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  1. Hello, everyone, I'm French and lock me up for confinement against the coronavirus. I just put a little note here to say good luck to all of you and take care of yourself. Even if this is not the place for such a message, a little moral support for everyone cannot do any harm. So be careful. And see you very soon ..
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  2. I want to publicly THANK @havenswift-hosting for helping our little church with a FREE hosting account! Many years ago I used a series of various hosting companies and ended up leaving every one of them, one after the other, because they were absolutely no help at all if I had any problems - whether the problem was their fault or mine. Ian has time after time gone out of his way to help me with any problems I've had with our CubeCart install over the years. Most of those issues were of my own making, but he has always been super patient and prompt to respond and find a solution.
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  3. Thanks to all your guys for your feedback. I agree that we really need more extensions and significant enhancements for existing ones. Especially for shipping! I'm currently towards the end of a massive project with a huge global payment company and we are just about to release this as a new extension. Once that is done and proven stable we are hoping to be able to start work on improved extensions for 2020.
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  4. I have hacked CC629 so that: one product can contain multiple digital files. This allows, for example, one to sell an "album" of several files - each file independently downloadable. will override the above when assigning one of the multiple files each to an option. This allows, for example, one to sell an audible book (available in multiple languages) - the customer having selected an option for an available language (or an audio file, choosing a filetype of MP3 or WAV). This is not a plug-in -- it's core code edits. I am not convinced CubeCart has (or could ever have) the
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  5. Great thnx it worked
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  6. See if in admin, Store Settings, Features tab, "Disable Shipping Groups" will get you what you want. When checked, "All in One Shipping" option group name is not displayed.
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  7. Hey, I can't offer any guarantees as i don't have access to the plugin and the developers demo site has been suspended (not sure if hes still active with cubecart). Looking at the plugin info and screenshots the only compatibility issues i predict is layout issues on the customer side. Providing the template side of things for the plugin are not encrypted this can be overcome by converting it over to bootstrap layout and adding any additional styling no problem.
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  8. Hey, By default the google analytics js is conditional to cookies been accepted so if you don't use the cookies notice or haven't accepted cookies then the code won't run. If you want to run google analytics regardless of if cookies have been accepted then you'll need to remove the conditional statement by skins > amzin > templates > element.google_analytics.php and remove line 1 and 13 like noted below: {if isset($smarty.cookies.accept_cookies) && $smarty.cookies.accept_cookies=='true'} <<< REMOVE THIS LINE {literal} <script> (fun
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  9. Hey @priceisrightsuperstore The store logo is styled by the following classes - .main-logo and .main-logo img in basix > css > style.css starting at line 220 which both have a css rule max-height of 60px. So you will need to modify both of those classes to get you desired look. The "Shop by Category" tab is 50px so the logo is already exceeding the size tab. Also, after making any changes remember you may need to clear your browser cache as well the site cache.
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  10. There is a CSS rule that is setting the max-height of the logo. .main-logo img { display: block; max-width: 100%; max-height: 60px; } I can't really determine where this rule is at, but it can be overruled by adding a style attribute to the <img> tag: <div class="col-xs-7 col-sm-3"> <a href="{$ROOT_PATH}" class="main-logo"> <img src="{$STORE_LOGO}" alt="{$CONFIG.store_name}" style="min-height: 120px;"> </a> </div> Edit the main.php and main.checkout.php templates.
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  11. THANK YOU! Such a little word "and". I really appreciate the time you spend helping so many here. Going to test it now with the 6.4.0 code and will report, but I don't expect any problem there now. I can verify that your code edit has fixed the 6.4.0 current commit as well.
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  13. Is your site publicly accessible?
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  14. Name: CBurst (Bootstrap Responsive Skin) Price: $14.99 Category: Skins Homepage: https://www.cubecart.com/extensions/skins/cburst-bootstrap-responsive-skin
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  15. maybe, I'll look into it - thanks Al.
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  16. thanks Al. Just tested that and it worked perfectly first time. I guess I'll have to fix the curl issue !!
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  17. The statement you quoted should be in a red-ish color (as seen in the code changes page in the Github), immediately followed by a replacement statement in a green-ish color. You want to see the green-ish colored statement(s) in your code.
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  18. Huh, same thing happens to me, my first thought was it might be the difference between a paypal card capture or paypal transaction but seems make no difference, weird.
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  19. it's added in manage hooks, code snippets, but see your other thread for more details.
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  20. You will run into a number of minor issues -- all because PHP 7 (7.4 is what I run, so not sure about earlier PHP 7 versions) is more strict about several things. (Another site I manage is running PHP 7.3 with it making no complaints at all. The server environment is commercially hosted by a seriously professional crew, so they wouldn't run PHP 7.3 if it caused issues with CubeCart.) Much of the above mentioned issues will be fixed in CC6.2.10. These issues are minor because they (nearly all of them) only cause PHP 7.4 to complain, but do the job anyway. Go for it!
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  21. It should be never; for CSS3. See https://www.w3.org/TR/css-speech-1/#speaking-props-speak and https://www.w3docs.com/learn-css/speak.html But, because no (current) web browser will act on it, it's safe to delete it. Or leave it - no harm done.
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  22. If you copy/pasted, via mouse-swipe, the password from some other web page, you may have inadvertently picked up an invisible character (tab, etc). Perhaps, in /includes/global.inc.php, entering the password manually may help - avoids copying over unwanted bytes.
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  23. I would recommend not using the admin.tabs hook. This seems to be best used if one needs to modify an existing tab(s) that are ready to be displayed. This could sometimes include adding more or deleting some tabs from an existing admin function (such as adding/editing an item of inventory). If your plugin is creating an entirely new admin feature (not enhancing any other administrative task), and because plugin modules can have their own admin control panels (/skin/admin/index.tpl) with corresponding controller code (/admin/index.inc.php), perhaps using ACP->addTabControl() would work
    1 point
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  25. Now make this edit: From: <button id="card-button" class="success">Submit Payment</button> To: <p><button id="card-button" class="success"><span>Submit Payment</span></button></p>
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  26. That just leaves the code that Stripe sends over to show these fields. It may have changed. Let me look at eTone and get back with you. Is there a web address we can see? (as I don't have a Stripe account).
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  27. The text does not look familiar. Would this installation of CubeCart be using a skin other than Foundation? It's my opinion that modules should strive to be skin independent. (Also, please verify the module is at the current version: now at 2.2.4.)
    1 point
  28. This will need to be explored by @Al Brookbanks.
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  29. Reallllllllllllllllly need to upgrade from version 3...
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  30. Thanks Ross, I have to admit, I entirely overlooked this thread...
    1 point
  31. That is because those images are cached by your browser - the original ones are not displayed for me as I have never visited your store before. You would be much better to use different image filenames and change the references in the homepage document Ian It is not the CubeCart cache but rather the browser cache
    1 point
  32. Yes, yes, and no. The registration form is under javascript control via the Validator plugin. One can create a rule that limits the length of the entry. CubeCart includes a security token when web pages with a form is sent out to the browser. When CubeCart receives that form, a check is made for a current token in the form data. If it's not there, the data sent in is immediately discarded. A study of web access logs shows that a robot will first request the page, obtain the security token, then makes a customized POST with whatever data it wants - bypassing any form element data
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  33. This is a handler for when more information is requested. A 'colorbox' is a pop-over containing that info. For example, when checking out, and the customer chooses a payment gateway that then displays a form to fill out (see Card_Capture, for example), there would be a link (or some other clickable trigger) that indicates "What is this?" for the CVV entry. Clicking the link will bring a pop-over that shows an image of the back-side of a credit card with the CVV highlighted. There may also be some explanatory text in the pop-over. The colorbox is used at numerous locations in admin as
    1 point
  34. As for source images, we recommend no larger than 800x800 pixels, at less than 350KB. CubeCart makes the sizes it needs automatically.
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  35. I love it. I think it's about time we change the generic images in the slider to something more ambiguous. Keep up the great work. Nice to see a vertical menu as the horizontal one doesn't work so well for many.
    1 point
  36. Hello, very pretty. Too bad for the logo I like the full width logo. But otherwise it's very pretty
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  37. Please take notes of the web address of the steps you want the phrase to change. The web address would be one of ?_a=basket, ?_a=confirm, ?_a=gateway, ?_a=checkout, or ?_a=cart (possibly deprecated). There is a difference whether a customer is logged in or not. In /classes/cubecart.class.php, near line 1838, find: $checkout_button = (CC_SSL) ? $GLOBALS['language']->checkout['secure_checkout'] : $GLOBALS['language']->checkout['checkout']; If there is only one language being displayed, then you can hard-code additional phrases. For example: Find: $checkout_button = (CC_SSL
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  38. Cant say I have ever tried and would never recommend put a textual email address on a website as it will be scraped by email harvesters within days - best bet is to give it a try and see
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  39. In admin, Documents, edit the document that has the HomePage button selected. (Actually, you can put this slider in any document.) <ul class="bxslider"> <li><a href="{$STORE_URL}/tesa31.html"><img src="skins/foundation/images/examples/slide1.jpg" title="Promotional Message One" /></a></li> <li><img src="skins/foundation/images/examples/slide2.jpg" /></li> <li><img src="skins/foundation/images/examples/slide3.jpg" title="Promotional Message Two" /></li> </ul> The above shows how one can make an image 'clicka
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  40. Here is what I have from tonight's test: - Order DOES go to "processing" even if the customer bails out after hitting the "Pay" button and doesn't go back to the store by clicking the "Confirm" button on the Auth.net results window. This is great. - Created a copy of the "Default emails" template, called it "Hard-coded emails", replaced the header image and signature macros with hard-coded urls and made it the default. - Under the "Email Contents" tab, I modified Cart: Order Confirmed and Admin: Order Received, replacing the macro {$DATA.link} with a hybrid hard-code / macro co
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  41. Give it a try https://hosted.cubecart.com
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  42. In admin, Promotional Codes, Gift Card tab, uncheck the Status of the relevant card code. But I will check if doing so absolutely inhibits using that card.
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  43. It's fairly similar. Braintree is being targeted towards larger enterprises now. PayPal Commerce gives you more granular 3D secure control and alternative payment methods such as PayPal Credit, Giropay, Sepa etc. I gather the rates are better too but please check.
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  44. There is no accounting for people that dont help themselves by running out of date software
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  45. Because CubeCart (for some skins) will collect, squeeze, and cache page resource files, you will need to have CubeCart clear its internal cache so that changes will be part of a new squeezed and cached resources file. If your skin doesn't do that, then you will need to force your browser to reload those page resources (CSS, javascript, and image files). This is usually done with CTRL-F5.
    1 point
  46. As a follow up on this... Tried to delete the thread before replies; it didn't work. We found a few solutions/answers: 1. The error log -was- created and logged to. We just didn't know it showed up in the admin logging - as web geeks we assumed (cough) it was a stand-alone log file. 2. The token method was failing because (as the venerable Al Brookbanks illustrated) of PHP not liking ZipArchive. We installed just about every zip extension for PHP that we could - no joy. Found manual extension install instructions in an old thread and - once we figured out which folder they neede
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  47. We have retired our very old helpdesk system and migrated to ZenDesk in order to server our customers better. The main benefits are that our chat and helpdesk are better integrated and email content is parsed more reliably. We also have tools to be able to benchmark how quickly we are able to resolve issues and now also provide a satisfaction survey for every ticket. Existing customers can find us on live chat or simply email [email protected] If your email address is recognised our helpdesk will securely pull up all your customer data, subscription data and ticket history. If po
    1 point
  48. Would removing the "Please select" option work for you? If so, then in the admin template products.index.php, near line 248, delete: <option value="">{$LANG.common.please_select} &hellip;</option> Note: the "Please select" option is only available on the 'normal' customer group -- named "Retail Pricing". After having made other customer groups, and selecting any of those other groups to set prices, there is no "Please select" and as such, defaults to displaying, and therefore choosing when submitting, the first option in the list.
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  49. I am not sure about the above. But, in admin, Store Settings, Features tab, Misc. section, check the box for "Hide prices until logged in". This also effectively inhibits adding items to the shopping basket, and deters visitors from checking out.
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