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Noodleman

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  1. 11 minutes ago, keat said:

    I'm currently performing a huge number of product changes.

    When updating prices, I modify admin/skins/templates/product.index.php so the cart opens any product change on the pricing tab.

    (It's one less click and saves me ages.)

    However, when the pricing tab opens, there's a brief delay before I can modify the price.

    The page seems to perform a refresh on the very top cubecart banner.

     

    Any thoughts what might cause this refresh , or anyway to stop it happening.

    It's only a second, but if I can shave that second off, it will speed my process even more.

    this...

    https://github.com/cubecart/v6/issues/2421


  2. I think it's malformed the content when saving, I replicated the same problem here as well. Assuming the forum doesn't malform it, try this:

     

    <p>Hi {$DATA.first_name|capitalize},</p>
    <p>Your digital files are now ready for download. Please use the links provided below to access them below:</p>
    {foreach from=$DOWNLOADS item=download}
    <p><strong>{$download.name}:</strong> (Link expires on {$download.expire}<strong>)</strong><br>
    <a href="{$download.url}">{$download.url}</a></p>
    {/foreach}
    <p>If the links above don't work, please try copy and pasting them it into your browser address bar. You can also find access to these files from your the customer area of our website.</p> 
    <p>&nbsp;</p>

    It's 100% an issue with this template, can reproduce it on demand in a test store. the code above is the code directly from the database before being malformed. 


  3. put the editor into source mode, and past this into the HTML section:

     

    <p>Hi {$DATA.first_name|capitalize},</p>

    <p>Your digital files are now ready for download. Please use the links provided below to access them below:</p>
    <!--{foreach from=$DOWNLOADS item=download}-->

    <p><strong>{$download.name}:</strong> (Link expires on {$download.expire}<strong>)</strong></strong></p>
     

     

    and in the plain tab, add the following:

    Hi {$DATA.first_name|capitalize},

    Your digital files are now ready for download. Please use the links provided below to access them below:

    {foreach from=$DOWNLOADS item=download}
    {$download.name}: (Link expires on {$download.expire})
    {$download.url}
    {/foreach}

    If the links above don't work, please try copy and pasting them it into your browser address bar. You can also find access to these files from your the customer area of our website.

     


  4. If your template is pretty much stock with minor adjustments then I would delete it and start over. I can grab the default code for you if you want?

    Alternatively, if your template is heavily modified then you will likely need to copy the source code to an editor and review it line by line to correct. it can take a while.

    I probably see this with other customers about once every couple of weeks.


  5. there may be some other considerations. 

    • Why pay for SSL? you can (in most cases) use Lets Encrypt at no cost, however some hosting providers don't allow you to use this.
    • If you are using any tracking codes / conversion codes they may need to be updated to reflect the domain change (google analytics etc)
    • If you use any live chat software, chances are the domain needs to be updated in config
    • Some commercial modules are domain locked by license, you may need to have these migrated
    • in store settings, under SSL tab change the domain to reflect the new domain
    • As Brian said, clear cache after the move, but also check your store permissions are correct after the migration as they typically get reset
    • review your mail configuration, it may need to be changed (although, in your case probably not)
    • Review MySQL configuration (although, in  your case I doubt it will change)
    • re-setup any cron jobs (If you have any)

  6. Sounds expected. the upgrade from v4 will rename images to make them more URL friendly, so spaces are replaced with underscores etc.  If you have any direct linked images in descriptions they will need to be revised.

    You may find that after the upgrade, going to the "File Manager" in the admin area shows a 500 error. if it does, keep refreshing until it goes away. it will take a while to build the image cache, and the error means it timed our doing a "batch" of images. should be a one time thing after upgrade unless you clear the image cache manually.

    CubeCart_image_index should be populated, if it is not, within file managed use the tab to re-scan the files after upgrade.

     

    Images should be moved to the /images/source/ directory by the upgrade, you may also still have an "uploads" directory.


  7. Before you make ANY change using a bulk utility, take a database backup. this is in case it goes wrong and you need to rollback the changes. I've seen it happen countless times.. please backup! 

    You may not need the module I offer, it's there for a very specific purpose. 

    I've not checked into this feature for you as I am pushed for time at the moment, just wanted to share a warning about the backup to potentially save you a headache later. 

     

     


  8. Do you have English UK installed? if not, try installing that. there is a dependency on it, even if your using other languages. 

    if not, cross reference your store default language in store settings, and validate that actually exists. another possible glitch from an earlier version. 

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