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  1. Actually having made a purchase? Or "seeming" able to buy because the option (or option combination) is presented to the customer? CubeCart is not coded to dynamically update the remaining options if one chosen option means certain combinations are out of stock. In admin, Store Settings, Stock tab, is "Allow out-of-stock purchases" enabled?
  2. One can incorporate the code changes found in these GitHub issues: https://github.com/cubecart/v6/issues/2560 https://github.com/cubecart/v6/issues/2601
  3. A new feature in CC640 is to "stream" video files that were purchased as digital products. I haven't fully explored this, but it is now likely possible to use that system to "stream" any file under any condition. I haven't explored exactly how the "streaming" is any different than a normal digital file download. But, if you are amenable to using YouTube, this plugin may be of interest: https://www.cubecart.com/extensions/plugins/display-youtube-videos
  4. I think we can say that CubeCart is finding the reference to the coupon in the database. Otherwise, a "Coupon not found" message would be displayed. An "expired" code should reflect that this coupon has been used its max number of times or has reached its expiration date. Can you verify?
  5. In the template element.navigation_tree.php: Find: <a href="{$BRANCH.url}" title="{$BRANCH.name}">{$BRANCH.name}</a> Change to: <a href="{$BRANCH.url}" title="{$BRANCH.name}">{$BRANCH.name}{if $BRANCH.product_count} ({$BRANCH.product_count}){/if}</a> Then clear CubeCart's cache.
  6. That feature is supposed to be in CC640. See: https://github.com/cubecart/v6/issues/2609 But I do not see the change in the skin template to show this value.
  7. West Coast USA I can reach your web server and negotiate a TLS handshake in 300mS. So network latency and certificate analysis isn't an issue (as far as I am concerned). Did I see on your site a (number) alongside the category names in the top bar? (Before upgrading to CC640.) As if this was a count of the number of products in this category and sub categories? Are you running any plugins? Edit: The latest page load - just a few seconds ago - got first byte in 370mS.
  8. I did get page loads. But it takes about 2.3 seconds to get first byte. Another page load in 8.3 seconds.That's too long.
  9. From the error message, it is apparent that you are running CubeCart version 6.2.9 or earlier. There are a few minor issues with running CC629 (or earlier) under PHP 7.4. Are you sure PHP has been at 7.4 for a long time? Or, perhaps, it was upgraded from PHP 7.3 recently? I have noticed that your site takes a long time to get the first byte. I just tried to get to your site now, but got "Secure Connection Failed". Unfortunately, there is no accompanying error message or error code to explain the nature of the failed security connection. The following is the security re
  10. Again in cubecart.style04.css, add this rule: .product_list li.product_list_item {background-color: #FFF;}
  11. Find the CSS file cubecart.style04.css and add the following: .page-header-sec { background-image: url('xyz'); } where 'xyz' is the location of the image.
  12. In the template main.php: Find: <body> Change to: <body background="https://mybikerleather.com/Banner.jpg"> or <body style="background-image:url('https://mybikerleather.com/Banner.jpg');background-repeat:no-repeat;"> Do the same for the template main.checkout.php.
  13. The first thing I always look at when something goes wrong, with no suspects, is to look at the environment. Did the PHP version get updated? Did the hosting provider change anything? Did you upgrade CubeCart? (I think you may be running CC640B2.) In admin, Error log, System Error Log tab, there will be more information about the error. Specifically: Old IP Address: 'aa.xx.yy.zz' New IP Address: 'aa.xx.yy.zz' Old User Agent: 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:80.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/80.0' New User Agent: 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:81.0) Gecko/2010
  14. The "session data" message comes from CubeCart, having been given a cookie, retrieves session data (the browser you are using, the IP address, who you are if logged in, what's in your cart, etc) tied to that cookie, but the browser you are using is different. Almost always, it is because the browser version recently updated. Other times, it might be caused by a browser using a certain technique to foil attempts to track you. However, that does not stop CubeCart from delivering the storefront. Network not found suggests a domain name or network address that does not exist or is strictly lo
  15. I do not know the rational for it, but my understanding is that (not this PayPal module, but one in which its functionality was incorporated into this module) such action has been present for a long time -- for only one mode of PayPal payment. I forget which mode it was called. Knowing that this method of using PayPal did this address overwriting thing for years, I guess that it must be a PayPal requirement? I honestly do not know. But why else would CubeCart programmer's allow that to happen? As an aside, I have noticed that eBay sellers will routinely state that goods will only be
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