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Not sure if this will help anyone, as I am new to Phoenix and OSCommerce. I wanted to add product inventory counts and hide the add to cart button if zero. I couldnt find a solution after an hour of looking, so I write the following which works as needed.

Hope this helps someone.

Edit the file: includes/functions/html_output.php

find the function "tep_draw_button" and go to the bottom of the function.

right before "return $button;" add the following:

 

$checkparams = explode( ' ', $params['params'] );
    $newparams   = array();
    foreach ( $checkparams as $item ) {
        $newtest     = explode( '=', $item );
        $newparams[] = $newtest;
    }
    $finalparams = array();
    foreach ( $newparams as $item ) {
        $item[0]                   = str_replace( '"', '', $item[0] );
        $item[1]                   = str_replace( '"', '', $item[1] );
        $finalparams["{$item[0]}"] = $item[1];
    }
    if ( isset( $finalparams['data-in-stock'] ) ) {
        if ( empty( $finalparams['data-in-stock'] ) ) {
            $button = '<div style="color: red; display: inline-block; padding: 5px;">SOLD OUT</div>';
        } else {
            $button .= '<br/>' . $finalparams['data-in-stock'] . ' In Stock';
        }
    }

 

 

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Sorry, here is a new version as some quantities are less than zero and this will catch them too.

 

    $checkparams = explode( ' ', $params['params'] );
    $newparams   = array();
    foreach ( $checkparams as $item ) {
        $newtest     = explode( '=', $item );
        $newparams[] = $newtest;
    }
    $finalparams = array();
    foreach ( $newparams as $item ) {
        $item[0]                   = str_replace( '"', '', $item[0] );
        $item[1]                   = str_replace( '"', '', $item[1] );
        $finalparams["{$item[0]}"] = $item[1];
    }
    if ( isset( $finalparams['data-in-stock'] ) ) {
        if ( (int) $finalparams['data-in-stock'] <=0 ) {
            $button = '<div style="color: red; display: inline-block; padding: 5px;">SOLD OUT</div>';
        } else {
            $button .= '<br/>' . $finalparams['data-in-stock'] . ' In Stock';
        }
    }

 

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Is there a way of making this so no core files are touched or modified. Oscommerce has come  along way and in most cases code changes like this are not required. Then may be upload it as an addon in the correct place so others can find and use it.


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2 hours ago, zipurman said:

Not sure if this will help anyone, as I am new to Phoenix and OSCommerce. I wanted to add product inventory counts and hide the add to cart button if zero.

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I'll see what I can come up with for a plugin that doesnt touch core files ;)

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BTW, It would be an easy add to the core and I am sure most shop owners would appreciate the "OPTION" of showing this information.

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Okay, I created the following hook instead. Not sure if this will work in oscommerce as I only tested in Phoenix. Just thought I would share here in case it's helpful.

 

create a file /includes/hooks/shop/zipurInStock/pi_hooks.php

<?php
    /*
     * zipurInStock - Version 0.1.0 - July 4, 2020
     * Code provided by zipur of zipur.ca
     * Use as you like ;)
    */

    class hook_shop_zipurInStock_pi_hooks {

        function listen_showInStock() {

            if ( $this->show_areas() == 1 || $this->show_areas() == 2 ) {

                ?>
                <script>
                    $(function () {
                        $(".btn-buy").each(function() {
                            var qty = $( this ).attr( "data-in-stock" );
                            if (typeof qty === 'undefined') qty = 0;
                            if (qty > 0){
                                var extraclass = '';
                                if (qty < 2){
                                    extraclass = 'zipreallylowstock';
                                } else if (qty < 6){
                                    extraclass = 'ziplowstock';
                                }

                                $(this).after('<div class="zipinstock"><span class="zipqty ' + extraclass + '">' + qty + '</span> In Stock</div>');
                            } else {
                                $(this).after('<div class="zipsoldout">SOLD OUT</div>');
                                $(this).remove();
                            }
                        });
                    });
                </script>

                <?php

            }

        }

        function show_areas() {

            global $PHP_SELF;

            if ( basename( $PHP_SELF ) == 'product_info.php' ) {
                return 1;
            } else if ( basename( $PHP_SELF ) == 'index.php' ) {
                return 2;
            } else {
                return 0;
            }
        }

    }

 

 

Then add the following 2 lines near the end of the file /templates/default/includes/components/template_bottom.php

$OSCOM_Hooks->register( 'zipurInStock' );
$OSCOM_Hooks->call( 'zipurInStock', 'showInStock' );

Then you can style as needed in user.css or stylesheet.css

.zipsoldout {
    color: red;
    display: inline-block;
    padding: 5px;
}
.zipinstock{
    padding: 10px;
    text-align: center;
}
.zipqty{
    color: #333;
}
.zipreallylowstock{
    color: #bd4205;
}
.ziplowstock{
    color: #f28b06;
}

 

Seems to work good so far ;)

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Posted (edited)
  • You do not need to add hook register and call. Use the available preplaced siteWide hooks.
  • you can use existing native bootstrap css classes for styling. No need for custom css.
  • if I well  remember, something like this is already available as a Phoenix supporter code
  • you should add multi language support
Edited by raiwa

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2 hours ago, raiwa said:
  • You do not need to add hook register and call. Use the available preplaced siteWide hooks.
  • you can use existing native bootstrap css classes for styling. No need for custom css.
  • if I well  remember, something like this is already available as a Phoenix supporter code
  • you should add multi language support

I wasnt able to find any docs on existing hooks that would allow me hook into the product_info and index pages as required. Would love to see an example or a link to an example of the right way to do that.

The css is specific to the code. I realize I could leverage existing css classes, but this isnt a full and complete hook ... just a shared example of something I was playing with. A full hook that is published to the library should have much more work to it of course.

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9 hours ago, raiwa said:
  • You do not need to add hook register and call. Use the available preplaced siteWide hooks.
  • you can use existing native bootstrap css classes for styling. No need for custom css.
  • if I well  remember, something like this is already available as a Phoenix supporter code
  • you should add multi language support

Thanks raiwa, your comment lead me to a better way of doing it.

 

Create a file /includes/hooks/shop/siteWide/zipurInStock.php

 

<?php
    /*
     * zipurInStock - Version 0.1.1 - July 4, 2020
     * Code provided by zipur of zipur.ca
     * Use as you like ;)
    */

    class hook_shop_siteWide_zipurInStock {

        var $version = '0.1.1';

        function listen_injectBodyEnd() {

            if ( $this->show_areas() == 1 || $this->show_areas() == 2 ) {

                ?>
                <script>
                    $(function () {
                        $(".btn-buy").each(function() {
                            var qty = $( this ).attr( "data-in-stock" );
                            if (typeof qty === 'undefined') qty = 0;
                            if (qty > 0){
                                var extraclass = '';
                                if (qty < 2){
                                    extraclass = 'zipreallylowstock';
                                } else if (qty < 6){
                                    extraclass = 'ziplowstock';
                                }

                                $(this).after('<div class="zipinstock"><span class="zipqty ' + extraclass + '">' + qty + '</span> In Stock</div>');
                            } else {
                                $(this).after('<div class="zipsoldout">SOLD OUT</div>');
                                $(this).remove();
                            }
                        });
                    });
                </script>

                <?php

            }

        }

        function show_areas() {

            global $PHP_SELF;

            if ( basename( $PHP_SELF ) == 'product_info.php' ) {
                return 1;
            } else if ( basename( $PHP_SELF ) == 'index.php' ) {
                return 2;
            } else {
                return 0;
            }
        }

    }

 

I would use the boostrap css, but this gives more control as bootstrap has limited colors as far as I can see. This css can be added to user.css or stylesheet.css

 

.zipsoldout {
    color: red;
    display: inline-block;
    padding: 5px;
}
.zipinstock{
    padding: 10px;
    text-align: center;
}
.zipqty{
    color: #4d763b;
}
.zipreallylowstock{
    color: #bd4205;
}
.ziplowstock{
    color: #f28b06;
}

 

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Posted (edited)
  • user.css may be removed in future versions
  • bootstrap has native helper classes for padding and margin, not only colors
  • explore the bootstrap documentation
  • explore core modules how things are made there
  • using bootstrap css classes, if someone customizes his bootstrap theme, the styles will adjust accordingly without additional modifications
  • have a look in: templates/default/includes/hooks/shop/siteWide/ to see other hooks and how page selection and language file inclusion can be easy done
  • your hook should also be placed there
  • buy buttons are also used in other pages: specials.php, products_new.php
  • using a header tag module instead of hook would allow to inject the script into the footer_scripts area and add configuration entries to easy adjust things in admin.
  • explore the existing header tag modules to see how this is made
Edited by raiwa

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Thanks raiwa,

 

I was just looking at your KissIT Image Thumbnailer Pro project ;)

I'll review your comments and see what I can come up with. Just learning osCommerce and Phoenix. A week ago I hadnt even heard of either project ;) I am working on this for a friend that had a 12 year old store running 2.2. I have since migrated all to Phoenix and its going good. As a result, I took interest in the osCommerce and Phoenix projects and have just been playing around.

 

Thanks again for your time to point me in the right direction!

 

Zip

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22 hours ago, zipurman said:

Thanks raiwa,

 

I was just looking at your KissIT Image Thumbnailer Pro project ;)

I'll review your comments and see what I can come up with. Just learning osCommerce and Phoenix. A week ago I hadnt even heard of either project ;) I am working on this for a friend that had a 12 year old store running 2.2. I have since migrated all to Phoenix and its going good. As a result, I took interest in the osCommerce and Phoenix projects and have just been playing around.

 

Thanks again for your time to point me in the right direction!

 

Zip

Hi Zip,

If you have an ongoing interest in Phoenix, I recommend you join us in the Phoenix Club.

Unlike old osCommerce, the approach now is to avoid editing core code which makes it easier for shopowners to apply updates.

Where there is no away around a core code change, then let the core team know in case they can address it in a future core code release e.g. by adding a pre-placed hook.

Peter

 


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1 minute ago, peterpil19 said:

Hi Zip,

If you have an ongoing interest in Phoenix, I recommend you join us in the Phoenix Club.

Unlike old osCommerce, the approach now is to avoid editing core code which makes it easier for shopowners to apply updates.

Where there is no away around a core code change, then let the core team know in case they can address it in a future core code release e.g. by adding a pre-placed hook.

Peter

 

Thanks peterpil19 ;) I have already joined the group and looking to get more involved. :D

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