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  1. Yes tried your code. Best regards Christoph
  2. Hi reverted, cleaned cache and cookies works, also tried in private FF window works, thanks a lot! Best regards Christoph
  3. Notification questions

    Hi, for the first one this is pretty simple: In admin->configuration->mystore->Send Extra Order Emails To-> enter your email and you will get a copy of the order email when it is placed. For the second one I'd guess you'd have to edit orders.php, to switch off default notifying customers on status update. Best regards Christoph
  4. Didn't work for me in one of my firefoxes - until I enabled DOM Storage again in about:config, had this one disabled years ago to avoid flash cookies. Best regards Christoph
  5. Hi, what shipping module(s) are you using? Best regards Christoph
  6. Information section of store

    Hi, normally this would be done in - e.g. for privacy- catalog/includes/languages/yourlanguage/privacy.php Best regards Christoph
  7. Batch Print Issue oscommerce 2.3.4

    Hi, take tools.php as example, look for the commatas separating each array(), and do it accordingly in customers.php. Best regards Christoph
  8. Clearance Price addon

    Hi, a very simple approach is to make a copy of the specials table before storewide sale - via phpmyadmin - and then by renaming it to its original name after storewide sale time is over. Best regards Christoph
  9. cannot add or delete items from shopping cart

    Hi, in FF you could try network analysis press ctrl+shift+e, then reload your page look for insecure traffic/requests. Best regards Christoph
  10. Modular Shopping Cart

    @raiwa, works like a charm, thanks! I think others might like it too. Best regards Christoph
  11. Hi, have a look: Best regards Christoph
  12. Modular Shopping Cart

    Hi again Rainer @raiwa, already tried putting $navigation as global into function execute() of cm_sc_checkout (wrong place?), for testing i put $sc_checkout = '<div class="row">' . sizeof($navigation->path); It stays zero. But this seems to be all over the site, regardless (index, product_info) of where I put it: always zero. Best regards Christoph
  13. Modular Shopping Cart

    Hi @raiwa, I was trying to add a continue shopping button to the checkout module but this <?php $back = sizeof($navigation->path)-2; if (isset($navigation->path[$back])) { echo tep_draw_button(IMAGE_BUTTON_CONTINUE_SHOPPING, 'glyphicon-chevron-left', tep_href_link($navigation->path[$back]['page'], tep_array_to_string($navigation->path[$back]['get'], array('action')), $navigation->path[$back]['mode']), 'primary', NULL, 'btn-success') . " " ; } ?> doesn't work anymore (for me). It seems to me that sizeof is always 0. Any clues? Best regards Christoph
  14. Hi, and now a little bit back to the original topic this thread was about. I am totally not satisfied with something like $oscTemplate->getBlocks('footer_scripts'). This is confusing css with js all the way. In general there should be css loaded first an then get to js scripts after. Everything should be non blocking. The trick is just mentioned before : 1 2 3 4 <style id="init-style"> *{color:#fff; border:0; background:none;} img,button{display:none;} </style> is all the style gets loaded before everything else is present and looking beautiful through your css and js efforts. It would be much better to have a discerning loading of css and js than a mixed up one discerning footer and header. Best regards Christoph
  15. Hi @raiwa, thank you so much for looking into it. But its not only the question of the amount of data requested but also if the browser has to render (consuming loading time) the correct size and how close it to requested result. The closer you get to the result, the less will be complaints about rendering time to cover requested resolution. So my thoughts were going this way: If there is no definition for an image size like e.g. SMALL_IMAGE_WIDTH then <picture> should jump in providing relevant resolutions for example if you'd say picture on product_info should take a percentive place on certain devices. The less scaling work a browser has to do the better the speed. This might be be not so much a question of the user experience, but may be a question how the search engines might classify your site. Best regards Christoph