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  1. Hi Noodleman


    You were recommended to me on this thread:

    Do you have any advice on this? I am a PHP coder by trade so I could probably put something together from scratch if needed, but if you've anything that can be customised then it might save me some time and effort. Thanks.

  2. I've got this on the roadmap for my Price List plugin, but not sure when it will get added at the moment.
  3. Morning Brian, Thanks for your time and thoughts. Q: What is your solution to making sure that abc gets re-associated with filter_conditions and blue gets re-associated with colour? A: I've already built a dynamic filter which uses logic to translate the URL parameters into filter conditions. It's complex but working well.The parameters themselves contain filter names & conditions which can be re-matched against the inventory and meta data. It's a module I want to release, but need to fix some other things with it first, like this SEO URL topic. The ability to understand the URL with parameterts and load a filtered caregory / drive menu etc already exists. To ensure unique combinations of URL parameters regardless of the order they appear in the URL I simply grab each parameter into an array (well, it's already one in $_GET). order the array keys by a-z, 0-9, serialize then MD5 hash. The hash can then be used to match against DB records to lookup the SEO URL which was auto generated. I also store the serialized url paramrters so I can rebuild the URL. Comment: Next, we need to choose a delimiter for these values. A: I don't think a delimiter is required due to the way I can store/lookup SEO url's based on the MD5 hash process i've mentioned above. md5 When trying to figure out if the URL is a dynamic filter or standard CC URL I am considering a check. validate if the SEO URL already exists in the CubeCart_seo_url table, if it does then it's a standard CC SEO URL. If it doesn't, assume it's a dynamic filter URL and apply the custom process to translate it to filter conditions.
  4. Sure, let me walk through a more specific example. I think I am being as clear as mud On my site I have a URL to a category: The SEO URL being order-fulfilment.html. When you open this URL, CubeCart looks up order-fulfilment.html from the CubeCart_seo_url database table to get the category ID. In reality the URL contains parameters. Using a dump of $_GET those would be array(3) { ["_a"]=> string(8) "category" ["cat_id"]=> string(3) "51" } so, unmasked it's If you go to the URL: CubeCart looks up the SEO URL, then re-writes the URL back to order-fulfilment.html. I need to do something similar, making up a random example URL with additional parameters: If that URL is accessed, I would want to re-write the URL to something more SEO frienly dynamically. in this case something like Note, it's still the same category ID, I just need custom SEO URL's based on additional URL parameters for that category. Alternatively, if you were to go to the URL I would need it to have those additional parameters in the URL
  5. IonCube supports PHP 7, you just have to ensure the developer who released it has the latest encoding software
  6. This can be caused by the IonCube encoded version, php 7 requires the newest ioncube loaders and the module to be encoded using IonCube for PHP 5.6 with the latest encoders. It's for this reason I offer two downloads for all my modules, those for PHP 5.6 and above, and 5.5 and below.
  7. There isn't a manual or any detailed documentation. your best bet is to review the knowledgebase, videos and this forum. It sounds like you want to make some changes to your store template. you need to download your store theme and edit it directly. the theme is found in the /skins/<your skin> directory of your web server, within it you will find your template files. Start with main.php and work from there
  8. I assume you don't have IonCube installed which might be why you see the issue. rename or delete the module using FTP, it's found in /modules/plugins/ directory. once removed your store is back to being available and the root cause can be identified and fixed.
  9. What features do you want from the API? What level of integration are you looking for?
  10. you may want to try reaching out to CubeCart directly via the support services. It's possible they would be willing to rework the module for you.
  11. Hi Henry, can you open a support ticket via my support portal, As I said a few days ago, I won't be able to start this for a while as I've other items to wrap up for people first. We can iron out the details via the support ticket. It's likely I won't be able to consider starting this for at least a month
  12. @Al Brookbanks, any thoughts on this topic? If I had a category which had an SEO URL of test.html (cat_id 1), and I wanted to add some additional URL parameters, &a=1&b=2, making the URL test.html?a=1&b=2 How can I build a new SEO URl which contains those paramarters, for example test-with-parameters.html using hooks? Many thanks,
  13. I can probably do it in an hour or two, so would estimate £25 - £50 range. However, I wouldn't be able to start it for a while as I've got a backlog of other items that I must finish first.
  14. Ok, so you want to use product code prefixes, not a product with the actual product code "FG" or "SW". It can probably be done using a modified version of the All in One shipping module. There might be an off the shelf module out there which will do this, but I can't think of any off the top of my head.
  15. you could probably use this: Would need a more detailed example to review to confirm