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  1. This is what the delivered code does; https://template.me.uk/phoenix/index.php?cPath=1

    sort_by.jpg.328d0ce3543494aa1351b2908cf747b6.jpg

    So, it is obvious that something in your site is incorrect.  And I suspect that is a problem in your language files.

    Download a new 1.0.2.5 now and compare your main english language file to the one in 1.0.2.5.

    In addition check your tep_create_sort_heading function in /includes/functions/general.php


  2. 1 hour ago, Dr. Mary Calaveris said:

    One can only imagine what unique feature add-ons will be coming shortly from other expert programmers such as Harald Ponce de Leon, Jan Zonjee, G Burton, Gergely Tóth, Daniel Brinkmann, John Doswell, Stefan Kanitz, Ingo Malchow, Henri Schmidhuber, Dan Cole, Fred, Jack, Jim Keebaugh, Lambros, Malcolm, and Phil.

    There you go people, we've been told off for not doing enough.  LOL


  3. 1 minute ago, valquiria23 said:

    Also to make things easier, I consider if there are people who don't know how to work with github, they can send you the files with the changes and you could upload it to github, what do you think?

    Nope.  They can learn how to use Github just like everyone else did.


  4. You might want to link to some more reading (eg at facebook).  I've done lots of facebook things, but I have no clue what FB still use, what they have deprecated etc.

    A quick summing up of my own mods shows;

    • FB tracking
    • FB comments (for products)
    • FB responsible social link
    • FB comments (for the osc blog)
    • FB catalog (uses an XML of products)
    • I know there's more but I gave up looking...

  5. Anyone is welcome to fork the main github repo, and send PR's when ready.  So long as the changes are coded in a way that;

    • makes sense
    • coded to a good standard
    • modular (if possible)

    I look forward to seeing more people get involved in the actual codebase at Github.


  6. 3 minutes ago, JcMagpie said:

    Forum Rules they apply to us all.....

    3. Advertising a commercial product or service is not allowed, except for our Partners who have their own dedicated area in the forum to publish in.

    5. All extensions, add-ons, or Apps discussed in the forum must be available for download at our Apps Marketplace.

     

    >> Happy users, per Haralds guidelines, may recommend products and services from Partners.
    >> Partners are developers, hosters etc who pay (in case you did not realise this) to keep osCommerce alive.

     


  7. It's as fridgebox aka oscmarket aka henry says...it's difficult to determine what type of GTIN to show if the GTIN has been stored correctly...

    In that thread is some code I found and linked to.  This code allows you to pass a padded GTIN (ie 00000123456789) and it will correctly determine what type of GTIN to output.  Note that I did not look closely at the code (only quickly tested it).

    That code plugged into a new GTIN module would, I think, near enough suit your needs. 


  8. IIRC (I haven't played in the admin side for a long time) there is a category sort order feature (where you can input numbers).

    I think you just need similar for products;

    1. add in another input on the admin/categories.php page for products "sort_order"
      get that working first so you can insert numbers to sort things

    Once that is working;

    1. do the changes as above for "PRODUCT_LIST_ORDERED" but call it "PRODUCT_SORT_ORDERED"
    2. in any SQL change sort by sort_order DESC|ASC as appropriate

    It should be `fairly` straightforward, and should not take you more than an hour I'd guess if you break it down into small chunks.

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