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beerbee

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  1. Hi, what I found missing is a definition of RewriteBase, additionally you could try another force ssl e.g. RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} !=443 RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://www.yoursite.com/$1 [R=301,L] And it might make sense to try it with another browser or to clean browsers cache to see if something has changed. Best regards Christoph
  2. Hi, this a standard column in oscommerces products table to show a product or not, you should use phpmyadmin and take a look at the structure of the table products first. Normally there should be a column products_weight and this Mysql statement should add products_status after products_weight where it belongs. ALTER TABLE `products` ADD `products_status` TINYINT(1) NOT NULL DEFAULT '0' AFTER `products_weight`; It is always better to do a DB backup first though. Best regards Christoph
  3. Hi, this reminded me http://forums.oscommerce.com/topic/411059-disable-particular-payment-module-depend-on-chosen-shipping-module-and-total-value/ might be a hint in it? Best regards Christoph
  4. Hi, there is something wrong with the paths in your configuration files /catalog/includes/configure.php and /catalog/admin/includes/configure.php Example products are linked to http://jongekunst.hilled.nl/product_info.php?products_id=7 but should be http://jongekunst.hilled.nl/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=7 Btw its better to have another name than admin for the administration directory and it should be protected by .htaccess Best regards Christoph
  5. @@Luk1 Are your css files included starting with http://..? if so try using https://... Best regards Christoph
  6. And did you change the module accordingly? There are three instances in example flat.php. on line 23 $this->sort_order = MODULE_SHIPPING_FLAT_SORT_ORDER; on 79 (this is for installing to db with sort order) tep_db_query("insert into " . TABLE_CONFIGURATION . " (configuration_title, configuration_key, configuration_value, configuration_description, configuration_group_id, sort_order, date_added) values ('Sort Order', 'MODULE_SHIPPING_FLAT_SORT_ORDER', '0', 'Sort order of display.', '6', '0', now())"); and 87 return array('MODULE_SHIPPING_FLAT_STATUS', 'MODULE_SHIPPING_FLAT_COST', 'MODULE_SHIPPING_FLAT_TAX_CLASS', 'MODULE_SHIPPING_FLAT_ZONE', 'MODULE_SHIPPING_FLAT_SORT_ORDER'); You could try to add an adaption of the first and last instance to your shipping module (as you entered a sort order already manually) and see what happens. Best regards Christoph
  7. Hi Nicolas, if you open catalog/includes/modules/shipping/flat.php and look for MODULE_SHIPPING_FLAT_SORT_ORDER this might give you a hint how it works. Best regards Christoph
  8. @@MrPhil this was just a quick fix and you are right not elegant, for the edge version I'll try it a better way from: <fieldset style="border: 0; height: 100%;"> <legend style="; font-weight: bold;"><?php echo ENTRY_SHIPPING_ADDRESS; ?></legend> <p><?php echo tep_address_format($order->delivery['format_id'], $order->delivery, 1, '', '<br />'); ?></p> </fieldset> to: <fieldset style="border: 0; height: 100%;"<?php if ($order->delivery != $order->billing) echo 'class="secWarning"'; ?> > <legend style="; font-weight: bold;"><?php echo ENTRY_SHIPPING_ADDRESS; ?></legend> <p><?php echo tep_address_format($order->delivery['format_id'], $order->delivery, 1, '', '<br />'); ?></p> </fieldset> Best regards Christoph
  9. @@burt If you refer to: I had already seen it but it raises some questions So this would make addons like KissIT Image Thumbnailer BS obsolete for product listings? What about bandwidth? Most of my images are 900xsomething.. And do you mean if they'd be small, that they should scale above their original size to fill 100%? I did this because when viewing in grid mode to me it is like reading, which means having an orientation to the bottom line and buttons and text on the same height is much more appealing to my eye, I'd be happy to read of any other solution which could achieve this without fixed dimensions. Best regards Christoph
  10. @@frankl, thanks for getting back to me, nevermind :) Best regards Christoph
  11. Hi, something that I did to orders.php is similar: <td class="main"><?php if ($order->delivery != $order->billing) {echo '<b> <font color="#FF0000">';}?><?php echo tep_address_format($order->delivery['format_id'], $order->delivery, 1, '', '<br />'); ?><? if ($order->delivery != $order->billing) {echo '</b> </font>';}?></td> which paints the address in bold red if it differs which is also helpful if you don't want it to be overlooked, e.g. some payment method which doesn't avoid unwanted differing addresses by itself. Best regards Christoph
  12. @@frankl am I getting it totally wrong? The orders_query is fetching the price from the products table TABLE_PRODUCTS . " p , so it should be the actual one? The only thing missing here is the special price if a product has one. Best regards Christoph
  13. Hi, why do you use $random_product? As far as I understand data gets fetched from orders_query so my guess would be to try $orders: $currencies->display_price($orders['products_price'], tep_get_tax_rate($orders['products_tax_class_id'])) something like that maybe. Best regards Christoph
  14. Hi, have you entered some description into the "Product Meta Description for SEO" field for that product on the admin side? Best regards Christoph
  15. Hi, try if that works: /*RIBBON GRID*/ .grid-group-item .ribbon_grid { left: 10px; top: -5px; } /*RIBBON LIST*/ .list-group-item .ribbon_list { left: 10px; top: 5px; } Best regards Christoph