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  • Birthday 08/18/1971

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    Scott Olson
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    Colorado Springs, CO
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    I no longer use osCommerce and, therefore, will not be checking my messages or maintaining my contributions.
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  1. Please do not make such statements without carefully reading through the instructions. You are incorrect. I have copied the instructions from the txt file: ******************** * PRE-installation * ******************** 1. BACKUP your database and all files to be modified by this addon (I'm serious; you'll be glad you did) 2. RUN store_mode.sql (update your osC database) using phpMyAdmin or comparable mySQL control panel software 3. UPLOAD the files in the new_files directory to their appropriate osC paths Scott
  2. You can put it wherever you want - all it does is show a message saying that your store is closed and when it will re-open. Scott
  3. It means that you are not using osCommerce rc2a or earlier OR you have such a modified store that the base code is no longer recognizable. If the second case is true, you should hire a coder to do it for you. Scott
  4. you should just add the if statement around it, something like this: <?php // *** BEGIN GOOGLE CHECKOUT *** if (STORE_MODE != 'Closed') { if (defined('MODULE_PAYMENT_GOOGLECHECKOUT_STATUS') && MODULE_PAYMENT_GOOGLECHECKOUT_STATUS == 'True') { include_once('googlecheckout/gcheckout.php'); } } // *** END GOOGLE CHECKOUT ***?> Scott
  5. in phpMyAdmin, click the "SQL" icon (Query Window) Click the "Import files" tab Click the "Browse" button Find the file Click the "Go" button You should see a dialogue that tells you if the insert was successful or if there were errors. Scott
  6. you must not have inserted the "store_mode.sql" into your database... that's my guess. Scott
  7. Without looking at your file, I think that you should put it after this: / Get the right image for the top-right $image = DIR_WS_IMAGES . 'table_background_list.gif'; if (isset($HTTP_POST_VARS['manufacturers_id'])) { $image = tep_db_query("select manufacturers_image from " . TABLE_MANUFACTURERS . " where manufacturers_id = '" . (int)$HTTP_POST_VARS['manufacturers_id'] . "'"); $image = tep_db_fetch_array($image); $image = $image['manufacturers_image']; } elseif ($current_category_id) { $image = tep_db_query("select categories_image from " . TABLE_CATEGORIES . " where categories_id = '" . (int)$current_category_id . "'"); $image = tep_db_fetch_array($image); $image = $image['categories_image']; } ?> </font></div></td> </tr> Scott
  8. I'm glad it's working... Scott
  9. at this point, I'm really uncertain as to why it doesn't work for you - I have it working on 6 rc2a sites currently with no problem... sorry it's not working for you, I just don't know why it won't work for you. Scott
  10. i've not tried it with a shared cert; however, you could try using the instructions as is and see if they work for you - I think they should work just fine because even shared certs allow for https:// Scott
  11. are you using rc2a or 3 alpha 5? Scott
  12. how to do this is already in the installation instructions. Scott
  13. as.swf asc.swf Scott
  14. The graphic for the admin header is included in the package and i detailed in the instructions. Scott
  15. no special flash software has to be installed on your site; however, if you choose the flash catalog images to notify your customers if you are "online" or "offline" then your customers/visitors will need flash installed. Scott