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  1. Hi Everyone! I know there have been many post and topics about product sorting and ordering... trust me I have read them all On this topic I do have a question that I am hoping someone can help me and the OsCommerce Community with... How can I by default display products in the following sort / order: First: In Stock Products ( Products with Quantity Available Greater Than 0 ) Descending in Price ( from High to Low )... Then: Out Of Stock Products ( Products with Quantity Available Less Than And/Or Equal To 0 ) Descending in Price ( from High to Low )... I know this need to be done in index.php... I would appreciate help with the exact syntax and .php code need to make this happen. Thank you all for your help!
  2. With the community effort going on, I was wondering if adoption of a cloud based IDE would help - or not ? Example - it does integrate with git https://c9.io/site/features/ note, i just picked one as example as it saw it being free for open source projects