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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
    The solution is going to involve having CubeCart make a decision on how to deal with the HomePage document. This before CubeCart sends the finished page to the browser so as to not include the <ul class="bxslider"> block of code. By removing this block of code, the <img> tags will not be present and so the total time to finally display the page will be lessened. On the other hand, if you just want to hide it on a mobile skin, we can create a simple CSS rule: .bxslider { display:none;} To hide it on a responsive screen: The html in the document would be: <ul class="show-for-medium-up bxslider"> Getting back to not including it, we need a version of CubeCart that includes the ability to parse Smarty tags. In admin, Documents, click the edit icon for any document. On the General tab, check for the presence of the "Parse Smarty Tags" checkbox.
  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
    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.
  7. 1 point
    Mycrypt library missing from server required to encrypt credit card details I upgraded from 6.0.11 to CubeCart Version 6.2.2 PHP Version (5.6 Recommended) 7.3.2 MySQL Version 5.5.41-MariaDB and now cannot accept credit card information Need advice or help Thank you Doc
  8. 1 point
    Please let us know the exact version of CubeCart you are running. Some versions back, absolute URLs were constructed for the nav menu. Given that CubeCart can use whatever domain name used to call for it, the menu structure could (until the cached structure is cleared) contain the domain name, even if it is incorrect. This means that your domain's DNS records could show that some subdomains point to the same location as www - the CubeCart store. Or, that unknown subdomains (i.e., hostmaster) do not return a "Host not found" error, but rather defaults to an actively resolved domain -- which is a problem with your web server configuration.
  9. 1 point
    CubeCart 6.2.2 uses openssl instead of mcrypt making it compatible with the newest PHP versions. If you still get mcrypt errors then your store code is not up to date. See: https://github.com/cubecart/v6/issues/2113
  10. 1 point
    Thanks @AI and @Bsmither. @Bsmither my first installation was done manually, however, I deleted it and used the Token method, its working properly now. Thanks.
  11. 1 point
    Have to agree with Havenswift here. I had a similar problem and changed to a recommended hosting company (yes it was Havenswift) and not had the problem again. Its the old adage you pay for what yo get.
  12. 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?
  13. 1 point
    Yes, CC622 will work with PHP 7.2. Be aware, however, plugins provided by some third-parties will need to have new versions replace older versions. These plugins require the ionCube loader, and ionCube is such that there are specific versions of the loader for respective versions of PHP, and also that PHP code that requires the loader be "compiled" against that specific version of the loader being used. That is, if upgrade PHP, then also upgrade the ionCube loader to match, then the plugin author will need to recompile their PHP scripts against that new loader version, and the plugin user replaces the previous version of the plugin with the new version. Also, there are PHP extensions that CubeCart 622 needs that have, on the rare occasion, not been enabled with PHP 7: ZIPArchive and MBString. So, in admin, PHP Info, scroll through the tables verifying the presence of these extensions.
  14. 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.
  15. 1 point
    SCRIPT_URI? Is there also a REQUEST_URI? These keys to the _SERVER[ ] array come from the web server.
  16. 1 point
    It sounds like the server your website is hosted on, previously had memcached installed and configured but either it now doesnt have that installed or it has been disabled. Most shared hosting doesnt have memcached available (we do across all of our servers !) so you will need to speak to your hosting company - unless you own and manage the server there will be nothing you can do. To get back into the site edit your includes/global.inc.php file and change memcached to file to switch back to the standard but slower file based caching Ian
  17. 1 point
    Welcome Sycho! Glad to see you made it to the forums. After the successful transaction, CubeCart places a link in the customer's "Downloads" page of their Account section. However, "guest' customers (those who did not create a customer account) do not have an Account section. In addition, CubeCart also sends a link in an email to the customer. CubeCart also can expire a digital download by time (from 30 minutes to never), or by count (x-number or unlimited) -- on a global approach. That is, it is not possible to limit ProdA to 6 downloads while ProdB has 10 downloads. The availability of the download is immediate, although there are some customizations that will delay the appearance and emailed delivery of the link until the admin "approves" the sale (for whatever reason). CubeCart also allows the admin to reset any limits and to resend the email containing the download link.
  18. 1 point
    Determine which folder has the latest date. This is the one that likely is CC622. Then, in /includes/global.inc.php, make sure the value for $glob['adminFolder'] matches that folder's name.
  19. 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.
  20. 1 point
    Hello Havenswift. Just for the record, Im absolutely impressed with cubecart, dont have any problems and have been impressed with the fact that cubecart looks so easy and small time, but once you start using it you find that its just as good as the big boys. Ive got my own shopfront using cubecart and dont intend to swap. I was looking at the possibility of using majento to setup a takeaway food shops online ordering system. They dont want to go to justeat, as justeat charge too much, so this shop wants it "inhouse". Obviously there needs to be sub options when ordering product A, like size and whether the customer wants all salad, or salad no onion etc. So I was going to setup majento on my site to try and figure it out, and let the shop see a running test before installing on their own host. But does cubecart allow for sub selections, IE what size pizza, and if you order that type of tee shirt, then select the size etc. Thanks
  21. 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.
  22. 1 point
    @Al Brookbanks: Tested and confirmed working on 6.2.1. Thanks!
  23. 1 point
    I've been recommended this https://www.taxjar.com/ What do you think?
  24. 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.
  25. 1 point
    Thank's Al. I reinstalled and it seems to be fine now. Thanks for your help too Noodleman!
  26. 1 point
    Congratulations Al
  27. 1 point
    Congratulations Al, to you and your wife!
  28. 1 point
    In admin, Store Settings, Features tab, Misc. section, "Order status for admin email notifications" can be set to Pending.
  29. 1 point
    No Problem if it can be resolved this easy. Thank you for creating this great and easy to use product.
  30. 1 point
    Please delete the unique key 'custom_oid' on the CubeCart_order_summary table. And replace it with a standard key or normal index. This was a bug in the beta.
  31. 1 point
    Yes exactly. Sorry not very helpful. I've turned my Mac off now and relaxing with a glass of wine. Only one (or two) mind as baby #2 is imminent!
  32. 1 point
    All fixed now. We had a GeoIP database fault which is now resolved.
  33. 1 point
    That's what I thought. Thanks Al
  34. 1 point
    Hey Claudia - you probably want to edit your post to get your actual admin_XXXX.php name out of public view. As for the database warning you're getting, it's being discussed in GitHub.
  35. 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
  36. 1 point
    An easy way is to add the style attribute to the link itself: <a itemprop="url" href="/my_special_link.html" title="My Special Link" style="background:red;">My Special Link</a>
  37. 1 point
    It's inclusive of the managed support plans. https://www.cubecart.com/technical-support
  38. 1 point
    I think its quite a convoluted way. If we did this for you on the managed support plan we would; Take a full backup. "Diff" against the same version to pull out an exact report of code changes. Apply these code changes to 6.2.14. Upgrade using the customised package. I've done this many times. It's very time consuming but we do it at no extra cost to a regular upgrade. 6.0.6 has security holes so hopefully they have been patched. If not then you need to check that it hasn't been hacked. If it has then it needs to be cleansed. There is a support article about how to do that. A classic hacked store may be running code snippets you don't know about. These can be viewed in the "Manage Hooks" section in the "Code Snippets" tab.
  39. 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
  40. 1 point
    There is no need to do this but it should be covered in your Privacy Policy. Having any consent pre-selected will not be allowed under GDPR. You were part of a previous discussion where I summarised the basic points - see It will from technical point of view but the main area of work is down to each customer to update their Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions based on the decisions taken as to data use and retention.
  41. 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.
  42. 1 point
    We are excited to release CubeCart 6.2.0-b1 which sports a number of fabulous new features. This is a short beta release to ensure any possible issues are found and fixed before being production ready. It also gives our developer community time to test their extensions for compatibility. What's New? 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 Download: CubeCart-6.2.0-b1.zip Download: CubeCart-6.2.0-b2.zip (New more stable beta 2 Release) Download: CubeCart-6.2.0-rc1.zip (Now at release candidate stage) Release Notes * These features will require skin updates if you do not use the default "Foundation" skin from the 6.2 release. This is a beta release which may not be suitable for live production stores. We hope to release 6.2.0 final in the next two weeks. The 6.1 branch will continue to be developed and we anticipate 6.1.15 to be available early next week. Please help us by posting any bug findings at GitHub. Please note that our office will be closed of the long Easter bank holiday weekend and no technical support will be available on Friday 30th or Monday 2nd.
  43. 1 point
    For now, I will say no, what you want to show is still not available with CC6114. Additionally to the above, part of this is because the currency that being shown during checkout is not databased as part of the Order Summary.
  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
    Great Plugin, now I don't have 700 odd microdata warnings in Google merchant, upsetting me all the time.
  46. 1 point
    In the folder /js/styles/, do you have two copies of jquery.bxslider.css -- perhaps one being named something like orig_jquery.bxslider.css? If so, then styles.php is picking up both copies, with the original taking precedence over the edited. I am also not finding the file /js/styles/images/bx_slider_controls.png.
  47. 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
  48. 1 point
    Somewhere, you have this: $('.bxslider').bxSlider({auto:true,captions:true}); Change to: $('.bxslider').bxSlider({autoStart:false,auto:false,captions:true});
  49. 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.
  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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