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    Authorize.net (AIM & SIM)

    Hi, According to https://developer.authorize.net/api/upgrade_guide/ AIM & SIM are depreciated for Authorize.net. SIM is being replaced with something called "Accept Hosted". Any plans on updating the Authorize.net payment gateway extension or perhaps instructions? Thanks!
  2. Ahh, after three days and some help from {debug} I came up with {if $product.options != ''} Works great so far.
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    new website failing

    Thanks for the quick reply! I did find the cause and a solution that was quite simple. It turns out that XAMPP converts all the table name beginnings of CubeCart_ to cubecart_ and everything still works fine on my local machine. After importing the database file to my server database (cPanel ) everything choked on the lowercase table names. All I had to do was go into PhpMyAdmin, select all the tables with the checkbox and bulk rename all the prefixes to CubeCart_. Hopefully this will help someone else with same problem.
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    new website failing

    Hi peterp, Did you ever find a solution to the Notice: `name` is not allowed as a key in 'CubeCart_config' table! error? I have the same problem, CubeCart worked fine on my local machine but not after uploading to hosting account. There seem to be a lot of complaints about this but no real solution so far. Thanks!
  5. Any hints on how to "testing for the presence of options"? I have managed to replace the add to basket button on the category page for products with options with a view options button by manually adding each category name to an "if" statement in the content.category.php file as seen below. Ideally I would like to add a statement that would automatically replace the add to basket with view options button only if the product has options. Perhaps an if statement of some kind that would check the database for a product with options. Unfortunately my smarty knowledge is not too smart right now. {**** Do not show add to cart button on catalog page for products with options ****} {if ($category.cat_name eq 'Widgets One') || ($category.cat_name eq 'Widgets Two') || ($category.cat_name eq 'Widgets Three')} <a href="{$product.url}" title="{$product.name}" class="button small postfix">{$LANG.common.info}</a> {else} <div class="row collapse"> <div class="small-4 columns"> <input type="text" name="quantity" value="1" maxlength="3" class="quantity text-center"> </div> <div class="small-8 columns"> <button type="submit" value="{$LANG.catalogue.add_to_basket}" class="button small postfix">{$LANG.catalogue.add_to_basket}</button> </div> </div> {/if}
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    Address has been updated...appears twice

    Thanks for the reply bsmither. I understand your explanation but I still think that "Address has been updated and new shipping options may be available. Click "Checkout" to proceed." is confusing and redundant when there is only one shipping option available. Especially when a customer will have to see this notice two times. Anyway, I really like CubeCart and will keep looking for a solution. I don't give up easily :)
  7. First off, what a great open source script! Very kind of the author to make this available. Anyway, not sure if this is by design but during checkout after filling out billing and delivery info I click the "Checkout" button and the next page shows a green banner at the top with " Address has been updated and new shipping options may be available. Click "Checkout" to proceed. ". When I click "Checkout" again the same page loads again. The third click will finally take me to the payment page. This will confuse and annoy customers. Am I missing something? Thanks.
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