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    Isn't it already in the list further down? Maybe needs sorting in date order?
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    Even though CubeCart does a good job of figuring out where it is, on a local dev machine, it helps tremendously to override some of this decision making. In /includes/global.inc.php, add the following: $glob['storeURL'] = 'http://127.0.0.1/store'; // No trailing slash $glob['standard_url'] = 'http://127.0.0.1/store'; // No trailing slash $glob['ssl_url'] = 'https://127.0.0.1/store'; // No trailing slash $glob['cookie_domain'] = '127.0.0.1'; // No trailing slash $glob['rootRel'] = '/store/'; // YES trailing slash or just a slash $glob['ssl_path'] = '/store/'; // YES trailing slash or just a slash In .htaccess, make these changes: <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On RewriteBase /store ### or just a slash ### ... ### Default store 404 page ### ErrorDocument 404 /store/index.php If CubeCart is installed in the "doc_root" of the server, that is, not in it's own folder, don't include the "/store" part. Then, use 127.0.0.1 instead of 'localhost'.
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    Pretty easy. go to Product Options and create a new group, call it Roast Type Then also in product options, go to attributes and create a new style of roast - call it light roast, assign it to Roast Type with the drop down. Click the little green plus icon and then create your next style (medium), again, click the plus, create another (Heavy), or what ever styles roasts come as. Click save Create your base item - coffeee beans. When coffee beans has been created, you can assign any number of the above attributes to the product, and assign either a final price or an additional price. eg, Beans are £5.00 Light roast can then be either an additional $0.50 or a full total of $5.50 depending on which tick box you use. Medium roast then be either an additional $0.70 or a full total of $5.70 Heavy roast can be either an additional $1.00 or a full total of $6.00 If you then wanted to do something similar with size of beans, you could create a new attribute called size. see my example below of a product with multiple options. Note how my 1000 and 10000 options are absolute price. This is the final price, and not an additional price.
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    For anyone that uses git with CubeCart (or any other packages for that matter), cPanel have been adding a huge amount of functionality which will be included in V68 - see https://features.cpanel.net/topic/allow-users-to-install-websites-from-version-control V68 is already in Edge release status so most people will not have access to it yet, but V68 should be into general release in a few months (V66 has just been released in the last week) Ian
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    There are a few conversations: https://forums.cubecart.com/topic/52080-directions-to-setup-options/ https://forums.cubecart.com/topic/52233-options-tutorial/ https://forums.cubecart.com/topic/51635-product-options/ https://forums.cubecart.com/topic/51613-resolved-options-and-how-to-use-it/
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    There are no security patches so upgrade isn't vital.
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    I found the issue... whilst I had enabled the php-gd extension in my php.ini file, I did not actually have the php-gd package installed. As an Arch Linux user, this is fixed with.. #pacman -S php-gd #systemctl restart httpd All Done! I've reported two issues in this one thread, which is rather silly. I'll [Resolve] this one and open a fresh one for the other issue.
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    This message indicates that CubeCart (actually, PHP) lost communication with the database very soon after having established a channel. That could be because the database server is overloaded, or there are other sites on the same computer where your site is located that are consuming all the connections - 'max_connections_per_ip` was exceeded. Your hosting provider will be able to find the exact cause of why PHP could no longer communicate with the database.