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Hello fellow osCommercians. This is the support topic for the addon SEO Friendly Urls. SEO Friendly Urls is a new addon for the osCommerce CMS that will change the default urls into what a modern website's urls should be! (at least that's what I think) I will shortly add the zip file into addons page. (I just wan tto grab this topic link in order to add it into the addons page) Example: of SEO Friendly Urls: www.mystore.com/product_info.php?products_id=17 will be www.mystore.com/scarves/oval-crystal-scarf Urls possible structure examples : * www.mydomain.com/category-alias www.mydomain.com/category-alias/sub-category-alias www.mydomain.com/category-alias/sub-category-alias/sub-category-alias www.mydomain.com/category-alias/sub-category-alias/sub-sub-category-alias/sub-sub-sub-category-alias e.t.c. www.mydomain.com/product-alias www.mydomain.com/category-alias/product-alias www.mydomain.com/category-alias/sub-category-alias/product-alias www.mydomain.com/category-alias/sub-category-alias/sub-category-alias/product-alias www.mydomain.com/category-alias/sub-category-alias/sub-sub-category-alias/sub-sub-sub-category-alias/product-alias e.t.c. * Can also add any desired extension. Can also add language alias. Example with language alias: www.mydomain.com/en/category-alias/product-alias Extras: You can also create alias for core pages such as specials.php, reviews.php For example you could change specials.php to specials (www.mystore.com/specials) ------------------- EDITED: Here is the addons link: http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/9371 P.S. I did not added this topic url to the addons page. Damn, I forgot. P.S. I hope I don't break any rule this time.
willb97 posted a topic in osCommerce Online Merchant Community Bootstrap EditionHello all, I'm in the process of upgrading a regular osCommerce store to bootstrap, following a new website design also. My issue is, my header and footer included files have random, seemingly unexplainable size differences and blank spaces. You can see what I mean here: http://s4sales.co.uk/index.php - this is the regular working website. http://s4sales.co.uk/catalog/index.php - and of course this is the shop section, the differences are fairly obvious. I've un-linked the boostrap css file and the header and footer have both displayed normally, yet I want to keep the majority of the bootstrap classes as their scale-functionality works perfectly fine without alteration, so starting from-scratch isn't a feasible option. The only changes to the base bootstrap store I've made are in the includes/template files. I have: Linked my 3 stylesheets in template_top below the regular bootstrap files to stop an over-lapping styles Swapped <div id="bodyWrapper" class="<?php echo BOOTSTRAP_CONTAINER; ?>"> in template_top to my own container used with the rest of the website Included my header file in template_top right after the <body> tag Included my footer file in template_bottom directly above <?php require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'footer.php'); ?> which I also commented out In addition to this, I have also commented the container class and header and paragraph tags in the bootstrap.css and bootstrap.min.css files to extra-stop over-lapping. If anyone can lend a hand to my issue I'd appreciate it greatly :) Thanks, Will