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  1. kymation

    Horizontal Megamenu

    This Addon adds a horizontal menu bar in the header of every store page. This menu bar contains the names of each of your top-level categories. When a customer clicks on a category name, a Megamenu expands below the menu bar. This Megamenu contains a category image and name for each of the top-level category's subcategories, or the top-level category image and name and a list of links to the products in that category if there are no subcategories. The Addon code is available here.
  2. This module allows you to show a Horizontal Categories Menu inside the header area. This is based on G.L. Walkers code so all credits to him for this great work. FULL PACKAGE: (*no install manual included! Just drop the files in and install module through the admin area. No core code changes! ^_^ ) *Please note: To offer a horizontal menu as a general module is always difficult since it is not matching for every store. Some stores have a large amount of categories and sub-categories and therefore it might not fit. Best is always to create a "tailored" horizontal menu that fits best for your store. Some do this the hard-coded way some would like to have it dynamic. If you need such a tailored menu please ask in the Commercial Support area, thank you.
  3. I have been trying to put to use the backend Products Attributes, Product Options, and Option Values... for my use it is close but not right. What I need to do is pretty simple: On the product_info.php page create a drop down menu. It would not need to have many options... mainly: 1 and 20 ( this is because I sell items individually and in their case pack of 20 ). Be able to select which items this is displayed for... as this is not needed for every item When the user selects 20 I would like the retail price on the page to update and display the new price associated with this multiple quantity of this item... no discount given for larger quantities The reason I do not want to use the products attributes is I would need to update each individual item and if the price changes then I would need to change it there as well... not very effective. I could not find any add-ons that accomplish this... Any ideas?
  4. Hi all. I am working on an oscommerce app on my side. i need a lil help with Json and Java script. at this time oscommerce categories is fetch by a json php file and put in my drawer menu. (file attach to this post.) i want now create a webview in my mainActivity but i had some trouble to send my array in the webview. WebView must load an Url with the categories id referred by the Drawer Navigation. EX: webview.loadUrl(link/index.php?cPath=25); or uri.parse...... My source: https://github.com/gasse4life/Json_MySql-in-Dynamic-Nav-Drawer.git MainActivity.java -------------------------- package com.androidbelieve.navdrawer; import android.support.design.widget.NavigationView; import android.support.v4.widget.DrawerLayout; import android.support.v7.app.ActionBarDrawerToggle; import android.support.v7.app.AppCompatActivity; import android.os.Bundle; import android.support.v7.widget.Toolbar; import android.util.JsonReader; import android.util.Log; import android.view.Menu; import android.view.MenuItem; import java.io.InputStream; import java.io.InputStreamReader; import java.net.URL; import java.net.URLConnection; import java.util.ArrayList; public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity { @[member=Override] protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) { super.onCreate(savedInstanceState); setContentView(R.layout.activity_main); /** * Setting up the DrawerLayout,NavigationView and Toolbar. */ final DrawerLayout drawerLayout = (DrawerLayout) findViewById(R.id.drawerLayout); NavigationView navigationView = (NavigationView) findViewById(R.id.navigationView); Toolbar toolbar = (Toolbar) findViewById(R.id.toolbar); setSupportActionBar(toolbar); /** * Accessing the NavigationView menu. * The getMenu method returns menu resource used by navigationView. * Later,we will add items to this menu. */ Menu drawerMenu = navigationView.getMenu(); /** * Creating object of AsyncClass - 'PopulateMenuItems' to get items from the database. * Here,we pass the above menu so that after retrieving items we can add this to it. */ PopulateMenuItems populateMenuItems = new PopulateMenuItems(); populateMenuItems.execute(drawerMenu); /** * This is required to handle the onItemClick on Navigation Drawer Items. */ NavigationView.OnNavigationItemSelectedListener item_click_listener = new NavigationView.OnNavigationItemSelectedListener() { @[member=Override] public boolean onNavigationItemSelected(MenuItem item) { /** This a sample code to change fragments depending on the menu item. * * if(item.toString="someConditionalText") * { * FragmentManager mFragmentManager; * FragmentTransaction mFragmentTransaction; * * mFragmentManager = getSupportFragmentManager(); * mFragmentTransaction = mFragmentManager.beginTransaction(); * * mFragmentTransaction.replace(R.id.containerView,new TabFragment()).commit(); * } */ drawerLayout.closeDrawers(); return true; } }; /** * Attaching the above listener to NavigationView */ navigationView.setNavigationItemSelectedListener(item_click_listener); /** * Setting up Drawer Toggle for Toolbar. */ ActionBarDrawerToggle mDrawerToggle = new ActionBarDrawerToggle(this,drawerLayout, toolbar,R.string.app_name, R.string.app_name); drawerLayout.setDrawerListener(mDrawerToggle); mDrawerToggle.syncState(); } public class PopulateMenuItems extends android.os.AsyncTask<Menu,Void,Void>{ @[member=Override] protected Void doInBackground(final Menu... params) { try { /** *An arrayList to hold the items populated from database. */ final ArrayList menuItems = new ArrayList(); /** * Here, declare the URL. If on localhost, just write the localhost ip and add the path. * The url object parses the urlString and throws 'MalformedURLException' if URL could not be parsed. * OpenConnection returns a connection referred by URL. */ String urlString = "http://depanneur-virtuel.info/apk_getAllcat.php"; URL url = new URL(urlString); URLConnection urlConnection = url.openConnection(); /** * InputStream reads the response in bytes and by InputStreamReader it is converted into characters. */ InputStream inputStream = urlConnection.getInputStream(); InputStreamReader inputStreamReader = new InputStreamReader(inputStream,"UTF-8"); /** * JsonReader is used to parse the below output. * ["House Lannister","House Stark","House Targaryen","House Martell","House Tyrell","House Tully"] * In JSON , array stats with '['(Square Bracket) and object with '{'(Curly Bracket)). * More on JsonReader : http://developer.android.com/reference/android/util/JsonReader.html. */ JsonReader jsonReader = new JsonReader(inputStreamReader); jsonReader.beginArray(); while (jsonReader.hasNext()){ /** * Get the nextString of the JSON array and add it to the arrayList - 'menuItems'. */ String item = jsonReader.nextString(); menuItems.add(item); } jsonReader.endArray(); /** * runOnUiThread is used to update UI i.e Add Items to NavigationView Menu from this non-UI thread(AysncTask). */ runOnUiThread(new Runnable() { @[member=Override] public void run() { /** * params[0] refers to the first parameter passed to this method i.e a menu. * Add items to this menu by iterating the arrayList. */ Menu drawerMenu = params[0]; for (int temp=0;temp<=menuItems.size()-1;temp++){ Log.e("String",menuItems.get(temp).toString()); drawerMenu.add(menuItems.get(temp).toString()); } } }); } catch (Exception e){ Log.e("Exception",e.toString()); } return null; } } } apk_getAllcat.php
  5. This there away to get superfish menu in to a box, currently i have got it running in my header.php i have messed around for days searched the web and know one can answer the question. i modifided this project to run with osc 2.3.3 http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/8127 it just uses a require(DIR_WS_MODULE 'cat_navbar.php'); and just a few quick scripting in header.php with added files and css.. has any one figured out how to do this any help would be nice...
  6. I'm trying to edit the superfish horizontal menu so that the top level are: Products | some link | some other link | etc I just want the Products to be filled with categories. I just cant get the menu to write out properly to work with the menu, and I know I can't be the first one to want to use it this way! I tried searching with no luck in the forums. Any help would be great thanks!
  7. I have a reguest/suggestion for adding a feature to the core osC package. The ability to seperate categories into different infoboxes. I have been stuggling to no avail with this contribution = http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/3327/v,22 which was designed for MS2. I think it makes it neater and easier for customers to navigate a site which has many categories>sub-categories>sub-sub-categories. I had a very large product base with many, many unrelated categories which included sub-categories and sub-sub-categories. As an example of what I am talking about, take a look at this sites left categories column = http://www.firemountaingems.com/ Just a thought :-
  8. Forum Support Is tested only for 2.31 This Add On adds a Green/Red Status Icon in Modules List to enable/disable Modules on fly. (All Modules, Including Shipping,Payments,DashBoard, etc etc) It includes a List where you can see Boxes Position (Menu Manager too) This Add on is a base part for project like Menu Manager (Beta is included in this file) and many others related if i get time. Mainly Born to quick display Menu with the status flag **** Menu Manager Is a part of MMB Manager. REMEMBER!!! THIS IS A BETA VERSION Menu Boxes included are Hard Coded but can give you an Idea how your menu would display I divided in V.1.1 (coming soon) in DEMO (hard Coded) and OSC (works on fly) If you make your own Osc Coded Menu Box for this Add On please Share it. Name it as: mb_menu_nameofmenu.php I will update the package as soon I receive your file ------- This Add On add a Link in your Admin Modules Boxes. As Boxes Modules it display Status Flag and Position. You can Make your own menu , install the module and see how will be the result in your Site. You can add as many menu as you want, enabling and disabling on fly for a quick result or leave as your final menu. Actually it works good in Header Position (in future realease you can choose Left,Right,Bottom or wherever) You Need to install mmb-manager-1-0-css_images.zip which include images for menu Screenshoots are included Link AddOn MMB Manager: http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/8437 I already added working Superfish and Horizontal Menu (OSC coded) got from the respective add on in contributions I will update as soon i have time Pls let me know if you find some problems and let me know your opinion Wouldn't be nice to have a lot of menu to choose from? Thank you
  9. alessandro.cacchione

    Overlay on menu elements

    Hi everyone, i need to display store information in overlay using an external html page. The problem :if i try to call jquery overlay function inside "menu.php" nothing happens on screen. Can somebody tell me the wich is the easiest way to put overlay effect on menĂ¹ elements? Can somebody tell me in wich part of the oscommerce filesystem the jquery library is included? Thanks for help
  10. I would like to send this piece of code. Anyone is Interested? You can change the status /enable/disable Boxes on fly then i added a Beta of Menu Manager where you can display on fly your choice of menu. Actually the Menu Manager Boxes are not coded (they are Hard Coded) for OSC but you can display and see the visual effects
  11. I am using contr. UL Categories on a STS 4.6 template. I am able to get one menu to render on my template, but not two menus. I have spent hours troubleshooting and researching, but with no avail. Someone please help. Original posts: http://forums.oscommerce.com/topic/207277-contribution-category-box-as-nested-unordered-list-v10/page__view__findpost__p__1622342 Thanks! OSC Online Merchant v2.2 RC2 Contr. STS v4.6 Contr. UL Categories v1.0
  12. Jonathan_R

    My Menu

    I have a template which I am trying to get my menu to change be a square instead of a row up and down. As you can see from visiting my site I can not even see all of my list on the bottom. What code or file to I have to edit for me to change the way the drop down menu is setup up. Thanks in advance for your help. Before everyone bashes me I have tried to look on the forum for this answer. Go to ..www redsquareelectronics . com to view what i am talking about. Thanks