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  1. 2 points
    Works fine,it's pretty simple and could do with some refinement in the future to make the UI a little nicer and add additional features such as an API so those of us with a larger catalogue can setup automated order processing (for licenses etc). PayPal do also take a fee on top of the CubeCart fee.
  2. 2 points
    Your database and dB user names and passwords will almost certainly be different on your new hosting and you need to update the /includes/global.ini.php file with the new values Ian
  3. 2 points
    Seems to have levelled off the cache at around 35,000 objects at the moment, will keep an eye and report back later.
  4. 1 point
    Earlier, I said: The line numbers shown indicates that CubeCart is using the 'X-Forwarded-For' header. This then suggests that the web server is mis-reporting or mis-interpreting the IP address in that X-Forwarded-For header. So, we have verified that the SERVER_ADDR and REMOTE_ADDR is correct. It is the PHP function apache_request_headers() - line 523 - is where Cubecart is getting the value of the server address. Conclusion: There is an appliance just ahead of the web server that is adding/mangling the X-Forwarded-For entry in the Request Headers HTTP stream with an erroneous value. It is possible that this appliance (a reverse proxy server?) uses in a correct fashion the newer Forward header. See if Forward is in the two PHP Info tables discussed earlier. Until the above gets sorted, you can implement a work-around: In the function get_ip_address(), find: // Remove port if it exists $parts = explode(':',$address); $address = (empty($parts[0])) ? $address : $parts[0]; Change to: $address = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']; // Remove port if it exists $parts = explode(':',$address); $address = (empty($parts[0])) ? $address : $parts[0]; We will use the REMOTE_ADDR because we have verified in PHP Info that it is correct -- FOR YOU!
  5. 1 point
    Click on the "Follow" button top right of the page just above the green "Reply to this topic" button
  6. 1 point
    To follow up on this, I contacted FastComet support and spent a little time trying to figure out the problem, and looked at a few other shopping carts... But aside from the problem I was having I did like CubeCart so decided to just download CubeCart 6.2.4 and install a new Database... The new version appears to be working perfectly! So if you have a similar problem a reinstall may be a quick and simple solution. Regards, Dave
  7. 1 point
    Agreed - failed upgrades have been very common in the past when done via the built in upgrade option and often result in a mix of files from different versions - this will cause this type of problem. It has been covered in quite a few threads on here before and a manual upgrade would definitely solve it. Ian
  8. 1 point
    Yes the reply to address is wrong. Well get this fixed first thing tomorrow we will also let you know the correct email address to reply to.
  9. 1 point
    I have yet to confirm CC6011 contributes to this problem. I will check on this shortly.
  10. 1 point
    I'm confused. The first sentence says you want to manually apply an image (and presumably show it). The second sentence you want to suppress displaying it. Can you clear this up?
  11. 1 point
    Square processes credit cards for less than Paypal, provides charge-back protection up to $250 per month, automatically deposits your payments received to your bank account in 1 or 2 business days, and charges no monthly fees. Overall, I think they are a better payment processor than Paypal. If you want to check them out, here's their website address: https://squareup.com/ I recently emailed Cubecart Sales requesting a rough estimate on what it would take to integrate Square's payment APIs into Cubecart. He responded as follows. *** Removed by admin *** I'd like to see Square implemented to look and act just like Paypal Pro does. I'm sure this would cost more than the simple integration Al quoted. The more people willing to help out financially the less it would cost each of us. Are any of you willing to help sponsor this integration?
  12. 1 point
    Our PayPal Express Checkout integration now has smart button support. With Smart Payment Buttons, consumers can choose which payment method they want to use. The checkout dynamically shows the most relevant payment methods at checkout, including PayPal, Credit/Debit Cards, Venmo, ELV/SEPA (Germany only) and PayPal Credit (US only). Merchants can also control the size, shape and colour. In order to use Smart Buttons merchants will need to upgrade their extension to 1.2.0, change their "Checkout Mode" and obtain a Client ID. Further instructions can be found on the extension configuration screen.
  13. 1 point
    The PRODUCT_TABS_TITLES and PRODUCT_TABS_CONTENTS are arrays that are populated by hooks, usually the hook in the Catalogue->displayProduct method. When viewing a product of the storefront, there are three established tabs: Product Information, Specification, and Quantity Discounts. Each TAB has a corresponding CONTENT panel. Other hooks in admin will add tabs and content panels to collect whatever additional data would be related to the product.
  14. 1 point
    I found, it's in the config.xml file
  15. 1 point
    CubeCart will create and cache a skin-based rendering of the category tree, then make that "cameo" available to box.navigation.php in $CATEGORIES. The "pro" of this is to expend just once what could be a time-intensive task in building the tree. The "con" is that (at least for some versions of CubeCart) the URLs have the host address of the store when the tree was built. (Thus, should the web address change, the links do not work anymore.) By adding {debug} to the end of the main.php template, you should see the $CATEGORIES variable in the left pane of the Smarty popup.
  16. 1 point
    Thank you guys. For the reason that this platform was made available for free, It would be a great idea for me to keep it too as a thank you.
  17. 1 point
    If you are running cPanel AND your hosting companies allows you access to Multi PHP INI Editor AND you are allowed by them to change the values - that is by far the best way of doing it. Once you have changed it, then go into PHP Info and go to the sessions section and check that it has changed If your statement in your last post of the setting of your memory_limit at 15M is correct and it isnt a typo, then you need to change or better still remove that line !
  18. 1 point
    One final experiment before we take a different approach: Log out of admin. Log out of the storefront. Clear the cookies to your site (or use a different browser or computer). Change those values in global.inc.php to be the latest file and folder names. Save the file. Go to the page www.store.com/admin.php. Attempt to log in.
  19. 1 point
    Interestingly, we have just had a report from a client of this exact same behaviour and they have been running 6.2.0 (just recently upgraded to 6.2.1) so it looks like it could be a problem introduced with the new caching in 6.2.0 - unfortunately our client has reported this and then closed their store for their Summer holiday Reported as possible issue : https://github.com/cubecart/v6/issues/2116
  20. 1 point
    Magento is a PHP based application just as CubeCart is and so you could run then together if you really wanted to as long as one is in a sub-directory. However, Magento is a MASSIVE application (and complex to learn as well as maintain - even patches are extremely complex !) and tough on server resources so if you are planning on running a live site, then it isnt advisable. A live Magento site generally requires a small dedicated server even for a relatively non-busy site.- we have a small number of Magento clients running on very large servers in what we call semi-dedicated hosting where we have 2 to 4 sites per server, geographically spread so clients almost get the benefits of a dedicated server without the costs and hassle.
  21. 1 point
    Thanks so much Al...I was sweating it!! Lol Rockin' Job! Thanks. Matthew
  22. 1 point
    I've been recommended this https://www.taxjar.com/ What do you think?
  23. 1 point
    We would ask that you verify the name of the database as stated in /includes/global.inc.php matches the actual name of the database as seen in your hosting account's control panel (Cpanel?). Also, if the database tables have a prefix, make sure it matches what is given in global.inc.php. Not allowing a table column's name as the "key" to fetch the row's contents usually means the requested table doesn't exist, or CubeCart is using a table prefix when it shouldn't, or v.v.
  24. 1 point
    Provided that the digital file is publically accessible, in admin, Add/Edit Product, Digital tab, Custom File Path section, you may enter either a direct path to a folder on CubeCart's server, or a Full Web Address that points to anywhere on the Internet. If your AWS repository requires a login, that may pose an obstacle unless you know how to overcome it.
  25. 1 point
    At about line 66 in main.php, find: <div class="sidebar" id="sidebar_left"> {$CATEGORIES} {$SALE_ITEMS} {$MAIL_LIST} </div> Change to: <div class="sidebar" id="sidebar_left"> {$CATEGORIES} {$SALE_ITEMS} {* $MAIL_LIST *} </div>
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  27. 1 point
    While it is faster to upload the zip file and then extract after it has completed, you then need to add the additional steps of ensuring that (if you already have a renamed /admin_xxxxxx directory and admin_yyyyyy.php file), these need to be renamed as you will have a /admin directory and admin.php file from the zip extract and you will end up with multiple copies of both and mixed versions of files as so many on here have done. You also of course still need to run the /setup AFTER completing the rename Ian
  28. 1 point
    I'd chose CloudLinux with cPanel. Or CentOS with cPanel to save cash. @bsmither would say Windows. Either is ok really but CubeCart is more geared to Linux and I hate Windows personally.
  29. 1 point
    Fixed by adding facility to specify exact form rather then trying to find via parent DOM. https://github.com/cubecart/v6/commit/4e5f6f42dec0c51f9c512210736b9ddb764718c8
  30. 1 point
    CC620 has adopted the attitude that clearing the cache as often as all prior versions of CC5/6 was doing was incredibly aggressive. Now, the admin is to make all changes - adding inventory, creating categories, editing documents, etc, etc - then click the "Clear Cache" button (should now be lit) seen at the upper-right corner of the admin page. The cache holds SQL queries and their results to lessen the load on shared database servers. If you are not concerned about the load on the database while setting up your store, then in admin, Store Settings, Advanced tab, switch off Caching.
  31. 1 point
    Much better - advertising was extremely intrusive but best is that many features that havent been working for a while are now back working
  32. 1 point
    Ok, will try and restore a backup file. Thanks
  33. 1 point
    We are excited announce the release of CubeCart 6.2 which sports a number of fabulous new features. Maintenance release 6.1.15 is also available for those who are not ready or are not keen to make use of the new features. Massive thanks to all those who have tested and reported any 6.2 bugs. What's New in 6.2? Incremental order numbers (with dynamic prefix/suffix). #636 Tools to help with GDPR. #1892, #354 * Automatically minified and compressed HTML, CSS & JS. #1905 * Checkout state/county can be required, optional or disabled. #1870 * Invoice template editor tool. #1904 Caching improvements. #1536 Product category added to Google Analytics for eCommerce. #1859 * Order summary to show "guide" currency used. #1913 Ability to show hide site document titles. #1907 * Email log to show fail reason. #1899 Email configuration test to work prior to save. #1894 reCaptcha added to newsletter signup. #1891 * Colours added to admin control panel order statuses. #1888 Introduction of "Safe Mode". #892 Product dimensions (width, height & depth). #828 * Changed admin URL emailed on setup (if changed). #1314 "Continue Shopping" added to cart at all times. #1381 * Search redirect to product detail page for single result. #1427 Auto delete captured card details when order status changes from pending. #1886 Upgrade Instructions: https://support.cubecart.com/Knowledgebase/Article/View/228/43/how-do-i-upgrade-from-cubecart-v6-to-latest-v6 Download: CubeCart-6.2.0.zip Download: CubeCart-6.1.15.zip 6.2 Release Notes - Please Read!! * These features will require skin updates if you do not use the default "Foundation" skin from the 6.2 release. This release has a clear cache on demand tool which significantly optimises the caching system and lowers server load. This means that inventory or configuration changes made in the admin control panel will not be reflected on the front end of the store until the "Clear Cache" button is clicked. This can be found at the top right hand side of every page of the admin control panel. We very much appreciate that this may be seen as an unwelcome new feature but the technical significance is worthy. Unless you have a critical change to make we suggest clearing the cache habitually at the end of each admin session. If the cache is not cleared it may take up to 24 hours for your changes to show. To help comply with GDPR CubeCart 6.2 now has "double opt-in" for email marketing signup and a tool to create a report of all customer data based on an email address. This can be found in the "Customer" section of the admin control panel under the "GDPR Report" tab. A customer can be "forgotten" by deleting their account, newsletter subscription, review(s) and any orders they may have placed. Please note that it may be a legal obligation to keep their order data on file if you have an existing financial contract. The GDPR report can be disclosed to your customer printed or saved as a PDF and/or used to help remove their data from the system. To be GDPR compliant please be sure to have a suitable privacy policy which should contain other such information such as what each site cookie does. Further information and support may be available from your local "Information Commissioner" such as the ICO (in the UK). GDPR is still a very confused and misunderstood subject of which there is no one solution for every business. We will prioritise further development to help compliance based on your feedback if merchants feel they still need extra tools.
  34. 1 point
    It's inclusive of the managed support plans. https://www.cubecart.com/technical-support
  35. 1 point
    skip step 3. just pick up the files/db, port to new server. update globals file with new DB details, delete root .htaccess file and you should be online. then pick up from step 6
  36. 1 point
    ok will give it a try thanks yes it is working thanks a lot uploaded the files as in the other discussion Grts Rob
  37. 1 point
    In one of your skin template files, probably main.php, find these statements: <div class="row {$SECTION}_wrapper"> <div class="small-12 large-9 columns" id="main_content"> <div> <div data-alert="" class="alert-box alert"> <ul class="nomarg no-bullet"> <li>JavaScript is required by this website. Please enable this in your browser settings.</li> Change the large-9 to large -12. The various CSS sizing classes instructs the browser how much of the available container to give to this row section. There are 12 columns per row (within the parent container). So, when the browser viewport is 'large', this section of 9 columns will take 75% of the row. A section of 12 columns will take 100% of the row.
  38. 1 point
    If you make the change I listed, you can add as many as you like, works fine for me.
  39. 1 point
    In Foundation.css .thickpad-top { padding-top: 1.25em; } make it 0em or padding: 0; I'm not sure if it's used in other pages though, so maybe be careful with that, I haven't really come across it in my rebuild yet, but then again, I am on part 5 of 9billion.
  40. 1 point
    We've found what we needed! Thanks for the assistance
  41. 1 point
    I see extra lines in 2.cubecart.js: Lines 542-545: if(Foundation.utils.is_medium_up()) { $('.product_list').removeClass('small-block-grid-1'); $('.product_list').addClass('small-block-grid-3'); } Change to: if(Foundation.utils.is_medium_up()) { $('.product_list').addClass('medium-block-grid-3'); } Near lines 567-568: $('.product_list').removeClass('small-block-grid-3'); $('.product_list').addClass('small-block-grid-1'); Change to: $('.product_list').removeClass('medium-block-grid-3');
  42. 1 point
    Try this. Line numbers refer to CC6114: In the admin skin template dashboard.index.php, near line 162: <td align="right"> {if isset($order.notes)} <a href="?_g=orders&action=edit&order_id={$order.cart_order_id}&source=dashboard#order_notes" title="{foreach $order.notes as $note}{$note.time} {$note.content}{"\r\n"}{/foreach}"><i class="fa fa-sticky-note" title="{$LANG.common.notes}" aria-hidden="true"></i></a> {/if} <a href="{$order.link_print}" class="print" target="_blank" title="{$LANG.common.print}"><i class="fa fa-print" title="{$LANG.common.print}"></i></a> Change to: <td align="right" NOWRAP> {if isset($order.notes)} <a href="?_g=orders&action=edit&order_id={$order.cart_order_id}&source=dashboard#order_notes" title="{foreach $order.notes as $note}{$note.time} {$note.content}{"\r\n"}{/foreach}"><i class="fa fa-sticky-note" title="{$LANG.common.notes}" aria-hidden="true"></i></a> {/if} <!-- --> {if isset($order.items)} <a href="?_g=orders&action=edit&order_id={$order.cart_order_id}&source=dashboard#order_inventory" title="{foreach $order.items as $item}{$item.quantity}{" x "}{$item.product_code}{"\r\n"}{/foreach}"><i class="fa fa-shopping-cart" alt="{$LANG.common.items}"></i></a> {/if} <!-- --> <a href="{$order.link_print}" class="print" target="_blank" title="{$LANG.common.print}"><i class="fa fa-print" title="{$LANG.common.print}"></i></a> In the admin source file dashboard.index.inc.php, near line 299, find: foreach ($GLOBALS['hooks']->load('admin.dashboard.unsettled_orders') as $hook) include $hook; We can use this hook. But to complete this experiment, on a new blank line after this, add: /**/ if (($order_inventory = $GLOBALS['db']->select('CubeCart_order_inventory', '`cart_order_id`,`product_code`,`quantity`', array('cart_order_id' => $cart_order_ids))) !== false) { foreach ($order_inventory as $inventory) { $order_items[$inventory['cart_order_id']]['items'][] = $inventory; } $orders = merge_array($orders, $order_items); } /**/ In admin, Dashboard, Unsettled Orders tab, this gives an icon (shopping basket - available in latest versions of CubeCart having a recent version of the Font Awesome files) that, when hovering the mouse over it, will show a 'tooltip' listing the products of that order.
  43. 1 point
    Ok, I see that you have the friendly names of the database columns as the CSV headers. I hope you can change those headers. I suggest using the database table actual column names: 'available','status','name','image','product_code','cat_id','description', 'description_short','manufacturer','price','sale_price','cost_price', etc You can see the complete list of table column names in the admin /sources/products.import.inc.php file, lines 299-333. If you cannot change the CSV headers, then try using this: In the admin skin template products.import.php Find near line 68: {foreach from=$COLUMNS item=column}<option value="{$column.column}">{$column.title}</option>{/foreach} Change to: {foreach from=$COLUMNS item=column}<option value="{$column.column}"{if $map.example eq $column.title} selected="selected"{/if}>{$column.title}</option>{/foreach} Note we are looking now to compare example with title.
  44. 1 point
    There will be some major work involved to make the BXSlider "viewport" take a specific height and then allow for the images to scale accordingly - and not make things messy. For example, a collection of 1000x300px images shown in a max-height 200px viewport will have the bottom 100px not visible. To then scale the images (reduce the width and height) so that the height fits, the width will also be reduced to 666px. That will really mess up the overall display of the slider. The BXSlider javascript scans through the collection of images and finds: if horizontal slides, the height of the tallest image if adaptiveHeight is true, dynamically changes the height of the viewport if vertical slides, the combined height of all images (see adaptiveHeight) I see two possible solutions: make all your images no taller than the max-height, or use a different slider.
  45. 1 point
    In the file /js/styles/jquery.bxslider.css, you must replace controls.png with bx_slider_controls.png. Line numbers affected are: 106, 114, 143, 157
  46. 1 point
    Somewhere, you have this: $('.bxslider').bxSlider({auto:true,captions:true}); Change to: $('.bxslider').bxSlider({autoStart:false,auto:false,captions:true});
  47. 1 point
    The problem with the left/right arrow buttons is that the file of the controls sprite belongs to a different effect. Suggest that you edit the /js/styles/jquery.bxslider.css so that the controls.png file called would be bx_slider_controls.png, then copy the controls.png from the Foundation skin, renaming it bx_slider_controls.png. Then force the browser to reload the page's resources.
  48. 1 point
    When a customer registers for an account, that registrant could instantly be assigned to a customer group. The group would have been created before-hand, and some or all products would have had a price schedule created for them. There is no percentage difference between one group and any other group (yet). Each group has a distinct and independent price schedule. Still, I reiterate, once a customer registers, even at checkout, but then resumes shopping, the group's price schedule is shown everywhere to that customer. Is this acceptable according to the contract you have with the product supplier? However, I know that someone (Noodleman?) is or has been working on something related. There is a new parameter in the function that gets an item's price, that when true, will return the full retail price regardless of any other consideration. If it was Noodleman who asked for this to be added to the core code, you should drop him a note to ask if he has anything on the shelf ready to install.
  49. 1 point
    Can we know the name of the skin? I have tested with an option not coming from a set, and an option that did come from a set, and both behaved correctly.
  50. 1 point
    Please note that the template rendering engine (Smarty) builds the page before the web browser gets it. Putting HTML comment tags around the Smarty commands does not stop Smarty from replacing those {commands-in-braces} with the intended content. That intended content could also have HTML comment tags. That results in nested comment tags. Look for those statements in the template as mentioned earlier, but change them to look like this: {* include file='templates/box.newsletter.php' *} and {* include file='templates/box.popular.php' *} The brace-asterisk-space sequence is Smarty's comment tag. Thus, the content will not appear in the rendered page sent out to the browser.


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