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  1. CubeCart is very good at figuring out where it is. But this is based on what the web server tells PHP in the $_SERVER array (you can see this array in admin, PHP Info, near the bottom). Clear the cache first (as CubeCart wants to use the FQDN URL in the HTML snippet having the list of categories and was cached). So, just tell the web server (vhost file) what new domain name it is to answer to, keeping the 'rootdoc' directory the same.
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  2. You could copy/paste the file /cache/abcde.html.skin.menu.lang.cache, but it won't last long, and you will be taken by surprise when it happens. I see code in the admin Product Import feature that looks at a heading named 'cat_id' which will accept either a comma-separated list of ID numbers, or a comma-separated list of category names. I think each item in the name list can be expressed as a slash-separated hierarchy of category names. The first item in the list will be the item's primary category. But the most easiest is to have phpMyAdmin export the CubeCart_category database table to a SQL type of file, then import that SQL file via phpMyAdmin to the other database.
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  3. Well, OK, your description above - an option type, Color - as a drop-down selector is entirely within CubeCart's wheelhouse. Please see: https://demo.cubecart.com/cc6/3d-glasses-tdg-br200/w.html.html and note the drop-down selector for Colour. (Also note the Quantity Discounts - not BuyXGetY, but just to point it out.) When all options are chosen off of their "Please Select" choice, there is an ajax call back to the store to get an updated price and stock level. CubeCart has some existing code that would implement a distinct image per option combination, but nowhere near being complete. This plugin may be of interest: https://www.cubecart.com/extensions/plugins/product-option-images As to the BuyXGetY solution, I find a few stores have that. I'm trying to install Drupal Commerce to check it out, but as with most things Linux and Me, that DC ain't getting installed all that easily.
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  4. CubeCart creates these tables to have the ID column auto-increment so that each new insertion acquires the next highest value that the table has ever had. That is, if the table once had the highest 'cat_id' value of 5, the next insertion would automatically have a 'cat_id' of 6. Yes, you can manually change the 'cat_id' values (using phpMyAdmin, for example) but each row must continue to have a unique 'cat_id' value. If, for example, 'TestCat2', when inserted into the table, acquired a 'cat_id' of 7, you can manually change that to 2 as long as there is no other row that currently has a 'cat_id' of 2. To completely start over with a fresh CubeCart_category table, issue the TRUNCATE TABLE CubeCart_category statement. (You can do this in phpMyAdmin, or using CubeCart's admin, Maintenance, Database Query tab.) Having a fresh table means the table will start the auto-increment at 1. Just to remind everyone, the 'cat_id' is the value that all other tables that deal with categories use to make their reference to: category images, sub-categories, assigned products, etc.
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  5. Hi Abraham. Please see https://support.cubecart.com/hc/en-gb/articles/360003793978-How-do-I-create-a-custom-skin-or-template-
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