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  1. sent u a PM
  2. hi have a look in here see if its there catalog/includes/languages/english/index.php
  3. BURGLAR ALARM <code for this below in stylesheet.css a.categorie_top_on (line 325) { font-weight: bold; font-size: 14px; color: #8b0000; text-decoration: none; } Hardwire Alarm <------ code for all this below in stylesheet.css a.categorie_on (line 339) { font-weight: bold; font-size: 12px; color: #daa520; text-decoration: none; } Wireless Alarm <and code below for all this Dialers & Cellular Relays & Timers Power supplies Horns & Strobes Signs/Warning Decals a.categorie (line 332) { font-weight: bold; font-size: 12px; color: #778899; text-decoration: none; }
  4. is it this text you want to change the colour of BURGLAR ALARM Hardwire Alarm Wireless Alarm Dialers & Cellular Relays & Timers Power supplies Horns & Strobes Signs/Warning Decals
  5. have you got a link
  6. why 4 posts for the same thing? :huh:
  7. have you set it to true so it will show
  8. you dont need to do that once you go through checkout if it takes you to paypal you know it works
  9. hi sorry i forgot about the sandbox not working i had to set it to live to get it all working
  10. try it as sandbox would not work on mine it will only take you to paypal web site just make an order and see if it works
  11. set Gateway Server to live
  12. hi have you got the Gateway Server live or sand box
  13. hi i am not sure how you set it up but i did mine the same way as it says and all works fine i would go over it again and check you have done it all correct
  14. Before you do anything with the module you need to check that you have setup OSC correctly to the language you are going to use, the Location of your shop and the Currency you are to use or you will get all sorts of funny errors like missing tax, wrong currency, prices missing from your web site etc. So lets spend a minute looking through the Admin pages making sure the basics are right. Login to your Admin page and go to Configuration > My Store Work your way down the list of settings and make sure that you have setup all the sections Pay particular attention to 'Switch to Default Language Currency' if you turn this on (true) and your shop is outside the US the prices will disappear from your website At the bottom of the list set the decimal places for the tax in your location (leave at zero if you sell goods that don't attract tax) and also set 'Display Prices with Tax' if you need to charge sales tax or VAT Next go to Locations / Taxes and set the country your shop is in, the tax zone it is in if you need to charge tax and then Tax Zones, Classes and Rates - exactly how to do this is beyond the scope of this tutorial but there is plenty of help in the forums for setting up the various national tax requirements. Next go to Localization and setup the currencies you want to be able to accept. Remember it is most important to set your national currency as the default currency or your site will display all its prices in US Dollars and pass those prices to PayPal as US Dollars too. Next set the Default Language for the site and add any other languages you wish to offer Make a note of the changes you have made as you will need them for the next step - setting up PayPal Setting up PayPal First a word of warning. If you put PayPal into a search engine to find the home page and setup a business account you will end up on the US PayPal site - OK if you live in the USA but not so good if you live elsewhere as there are quite a few differences in the way PayPal handles payments directed to UK shops or those in the EEC. Like wise the Australian shops have specific requirements so make sure you are logging in to your National branch of PayPal. I am in the UK so I will go through the steps needed for a UK site - I'm afraid you will have to look at the PayPal help pages for your local settings. Find the PayPal login page for your Country Login to your account or sign up for a new account for your shop (sales@<yourshop> is a good one for UK shops) don't forget to make a mailbox for this email address and to add it to My Store in the Send Extra Order Emails to section Once you have an account and are logged in, go to Profile and in the right hand column click on Payment Receiving Preferences In here you have the choice of accepting just your default currency, or having other currencies converted. We found that having them converted let us accept orders from EEC countries as well as the UK Block multiple payments so that you don't get duplicate orders Set the Credit Card Statement Name so that customers will recognise payments to you on their Credit Card Statements when they pay that way through PayPal Save the page and go to Profile>Instant Payment Notification Preferences Activate Instant Payment Notification The notification URL should be http://<your web site>/catalog/checkout_process.php Save the page then go to Profile>Website Payment Preferences Turn on Auto Return Set the return URL to http://<your website>/catalog/ipn.php Leave Payment Data Transfer set to off as this module doesn't support it (You need PayPal Pro for that) Using this module you are using PayPal to handle all your Credit Card payments so you don't need encrypted payments. If you do want to have them you need to buy a SSP certificate and that is beyond the scope of this tutorial so set Encrypted Website Payments to off To ensure that customers are returned to your site and you are notified of the order details you need to make set PayPal account optional to off As your customers have already supplied their phone number when they created an account with you, you don't need to ask them for it again. Turn Contact telephone number off As this module doesn't use Express Checkout, Say no to Support Giro and Bank Transfer Payments Save the page then go to Custom Payment Page Styles In here you can change the colour of the PayPal page, add your logo to the payment confirmation page and generally integrate the PayPal page with your site You are now ready to install the Website Payments Standard module to your site Installing the Module After extracting the add-on package, copy the files located in the catalog directory to your osCommerce installation directory on the server. The files must be copied in the correct directory structure as extracted from the add-on package. The file listing is as follows: catalog/ext/modules/payment/paypal_standard_ipn.php catalog/includes/languages/english/modules/payment/paypal_standard.php catalog/includes/languages/espanol/modules/payment/paypal_standard.php catalog/includes/languages/german/modules/payment/paypal_standard.php catalog/includes/modules/payment/paypal_standard.php To install languages other than English see the readme.pdf file in the unpacked module. Configure the module Once the module is uploaded, login to your Admin page and go to Modules>Payment. In here you can configure the new module. You will see that there are now three PayPal modules showing PayPal - PayPal IPN - PayPal Website Payments Standard Uninstall both PayPal and PayPal IPN if you have already installed and activated them Install PayPal Website Payments Standard Click on the Edit button in the right hand column Set Enable PayPal Website Payments Standard to True In email address put the address you have used to set up your PayPal account Check on the forums if you need to set a payment zone - in the UK accepting only GBP you don't and can leave this as none Set preparing Order Status to Preparing [PayPal Standard] to intercept bad orders or ones that don't complete Set PayPal Acknowledged Orders Status to Processing Set the Gateway Server to Sandbox while testing but remember to set it to live when testing is over Set Transaction method to Sale Set Page Style to PayPal Set the Debug E-Mail Address to the email address you want emails from PayPal to go to about orders that are not completed or any problems with payment NB. It should not be the same email address you use for your PayPal account Set the sort order of display to where you want the PayPal option to come in your payment options list in the shopping cart. Low numbers come first in the list but 0 comes at the end so be careful what you choose If you aren't using encrypted payments you can ignore the rest of the list - we don't use them so I haven't found out what they are for other than they are something to do with secure websites (https://) the module works just fine without them. Right you are now ready to start sending through test purchases. I hope this tutorial helps you to set up and configure PayPal for your osCommerce site - the above instructions worked just fine for us and we are now getting completed orders through without any errors.
  15. hi before i install this can someone tell me what these below are for stylesheet changelog also i got the new update that just come out and it says overwritethe includes/meta_tags.php but its not the same file name so how can it overwrite the new file is called reset_meta_cache