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azpro last won the day on October 5 2016

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  1. azpro

    Where to buy templates for Phoenix?

    I am starting this week with development of a template (that's to say try 😉) ......... Any guidance is very much appreciated!
  2. azpro

    Site quick Find question

    @burt Gary - Didn't want to ask you before but since you mention it. Do you have a "filter system" on your "virtual" roadmap?
  3. This seems to me a hack-attempt ... Probably a script-kiddy bet maybe @Jack_mcs can explain better.
  4. @frankl Long time no see! Good to see you again! Alles goed hoop ik?
  5. As I recall "session lifetime" is a PHP setting in an .ini file - ask your host.
  6. You mean the culture that meant: No serious developers around ... no serious businesses around ... not maintaining code even to a point where severe security risks might occur ... no plan ... no effort ... no future for oSC .... Ask yourself what might be the reason ... you could also ask yourself why others carts are succesful ... to me it is pretty clear - because they have an eco-system that pays the bills ..... but I might be wrong - perhaps the best developers gave their time for free and got food from the community ....🤔
  7. For anyone asking themselves what it shoud/could be FOR EXAMPLE: define('DIR_FS_CATALOG', '/data/www/my_website/public_html/'); This is Shopside! So you should check your absolute path and correct for your shop - becaue this can differ for specific servers. I hope this helps!
  8. @ecartz Matt - Just for my understanding (and mabe others) - Do you mean to change shopside /includes/confugure.php define('DIR_FS_CATALOG', dirname($_SERVER['SCRIPT_FILENAME']) . '/'); to an absolute path?
  9. azpro

    NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!

    Don't get me wrong - I totally love to see you and others engaging and try to improve your sites / stores ... But maybe it is just a little over your head in terms of newer coding standards. And then I would advice to give it some time .. just pause for a few weeks - take a coffee and relax. There is no need to adapt your store for point (just to clarify that is 1.0.5.1 / 1.0.5.2 / 1.0.5.3 etc) relaeses ... Just give it some time! You can freely play with the newest code - but take some time to read - give it some effort from your side and don't ask the simplest of questions over and over again... if you go to https://www.w3schools.com and work your way through the tutorials you will learn a lot! Off course there is lots of other interseting sites to learn from - eg https://www.stackoverflow.com And I really hope this helps - so you understand what a development path consists of!
  10. azpro

    NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!

    Sorry .. but that is crap. Just read carefully the comments of John - Matt and Gary. If you and others in general can not keep up (dont have the skills) with changes than stick to quite stable 1.0.5.0 ... But for every simple notice moaning about stable is not going to bring us where we want to be. I am very sorry if I am blunt but I don’t know how to put it nicely.
  11. azpro

    one page checkout

    Check the XHR output in Firefox web-developer panel .. you will see the requests there.. This might give you the right direction. I hope this helps!
  12. azpro

    Upgrading to the latest version

    @Philo2005 Probably you can not see the content because you are not a member of the Phoenix club. I highly recommend to become a member and - even better - a supporter of Phoenix. With a small donation youu support the project moving forward. And you get a lot of nice extra add-ons!
  13. azpro

    Upgrading to the latest version

  14. I agree. It is not a solid base. Gary and Matt are preparing all sorts of admin changes to provide a solid base. If and when this will be finished - maybe then it is time for devs / enthousiasts to integrate a nice looking fully powered with bells and horns Bootsrapped admin. But for now - I recommend to stay away from Not Supported poorly coded admin extensions . BUT WE DO NEED MORE SUPPORTERS FOR PHOENIX ... Only more supporters will lead to (faster) development of admin.
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