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El 24 de agosto de 2012. Cambios grandes: Mejoras de Plantillas OpenCart

septiembre 04 2012 | Category: OpenCart Updates
Cada día el equipo de desarrollo de TemplateMonster trata de mejorar las cosas. Cada mes cientos de nuevas características impresionantes son incorporadas en las plantillas (la mayoría de ellas son pequeños cambios que no vamos a mencionar ahora), el único objetivo de estos cambios es ofrecer los mejores productos. Read More

23 de mayo 2012. OpenCart 1.5.3 lanzado

junio 02 2012 | Category: OpenCart Updates

Finalmente OpenCart 1.5.3 es lanzado con algunas nuevas características importantes.

Se puede descargarlo aquí:

http://opencart.googlecode.com/files/opencart_v1.5.3.1.zip

Revise más información sobre el lanzamiento oficial:
http://forum.opencart.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=65250

Si hay cualquier error se puede visitar:
http://forum.opencart.com/viewtopic.php?f=161&t=65248

NUEVO:
Campos de TAX ID y ID de Empresa.
Comprobación de número VAT.
CKeditor actualizado.
Jquery actualizado.
Límites min/max de voucher en la configuración.

PROBLEMAS RESUELTOS:
error de SQL …

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Bienvenida a la solución de comercio electrónico OpenCart.

abril 05 2012 | Category: OpenCart Updates

El 6 de marzo de 2012 nuestro equipo ha comenzado a crear plantillas OpenCart.

OpenCart es un sistema de carrito de compras en línea de código abierto y basado en PHP. Una robusta solución de comercio electrónico para los comerciantes de Internet con la capacidad de crear su propio negocio en línea y participar en el comercio electrónico al costo …

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OpenCart News and Updates

The problem is that PayPal will only accept USD to 2 decimal places. From your screenshot you have 3 decimal places set. This is why it is failing.

If you need to keep the currency in 3 decimal places. Your best bet would be to drop the sending of the item data and just send the final total rounded to 2 places.

There is an example for 1.5 (search the forums you may find an updated version).
viewtopic.php?t=37837&start=20#p207013

You would need to update it to work with a later version and add your own rounding of the final amount. As $this->currency->format() always rounds to the currency settings.

Statistics: Posted by ADD Creative — Thu Nov 15, 2018 3:41 am


I've been running the same opencart store for a few years with no problem. I only use weight based shipping.

Today I noticed that the weight of items added to the cart are grossly inflated. EG something that is 500g is now 9kg etc etc. The problem is across the board and I can't put my finger on it.

I have triple checked everything in this thread viewtopic.php?f=142&t=108317&p=430379&h ... ng#p430379

I can't sell anything until it's fixed, any help would be most greatly appreciated. I'm using Version 2.1.0.2.

Statistics: Posted by midwicket — Thu Nov 15, 2018 3:41 am


Hi there,

I, as the shop owner, would like to receive the order mail that goes to the client also.

I really think this is asked a bunch of times here, but what I search I can't find any information.

Can somebody help me out?

Thanks,

Aleks

Statistics: Posted by aschakel — Thu Nov 15, 2018 3:29 am


Another reason why this may not work (as in my case) was because I had "Hotlink Protection" turned on in my servers config panel . . . My server was configured to block requests for image files not originating from my domain . . . one more thing to check if the above does not work for you, and a very quick fix.

Statistics: Posted by mdonchek — Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:49 am


thank you guys! i will look into that

---UPDATE--
so i found the solution thank you guys for the direction!
i am using myoc live price update so i had to go to catalog/language/english/myoc/ and edit the pod.php
thank you again for the help

Statistics: Posted by mattlwilcox — Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:08 am


I'm using v.3.0.1.1. Can someone show to increase the code length in v.3.0.1.1?

Statistics: Posted by mylasbags — Thu Nov 15, 2018 12:57 am


General Support • Re: error

14 November 2018, 4:49 pm
delete the files, and that error does not come out anymore but when I start navigating the page it gives me that error message again ..... cache =0755


SyntaxError: JSON.parse: unexpected character at line 1 column 1 of the JSON data

OK

<b>Warning</b>: rmdir(/home6/computer/storage/cache/so): Directory not empty in <b>/home6/computer/public_html/tienda/admin/controller/common/developer.php</b> on line <b>70</b>{"success":"\u00c9xito: \u00a1Has eliminado la cach\u00e9 tema!"}

Statistics: Posted by manuro — Thu Nov 15, 2018 12:49 am


Johnathan wrote:
Thu Nov 15, 2018 12:06 am
No, extensions from one OpenCart version will usually not work on another version, and 2.1 extensions will definitely not work on 3.0. There are too many internal changes. What you'd have to do is update all the code for the 2.1 version to turn it into a 3.0-compatible extension, but since it's a built-in extension, that seems kind of unnecessary. 3.0 already includes PayPal Standard. Is there some reason you want to do this?
Hi yes i have 2 custom xml's that make modification to the pp_standard module to make it work with decimals.

For example i have one product which i sell in quantity of 1000 and i have set the price to 0,0039 $ and the min qty for the product is 1000 so the price will be 3,9 $ and that is working fine on opencarts side but when the price gets send to the paypal standard module it doesnt show the correct price ,

I already tried to update the xmls with the help of someone here on the forum but it still doesnt show the correct price,

The price shows correctly on a third party payment extension without any modifications,

These are the xml's (i think those are for 2.1.0.0)

Statistics: Posted by PhantomMenace — Thu Nov 15, 2018 12:22 am


No, extensions from one OpenCart version will usually not work on another version, and 2.1 extensions will definitely not work on 3.0. There are too many internal changes. What you'd have to do is update all the code for the 2.1 version to turn it into a 3.0-compatible extension, but since it's a built-in extension, that seems kind of unnecessary. 3.0 already includes PayPal Standard. Is there some reason you want to do this?

Statistics: Posted by Johnathan — Thu Nov 15, 2018 12:06 am


Used it for 3.0.2 but couldnt arranged the spaces for columns.
How can i arrange them ?
Image

Statistics: Posted by nickelaj — Wed Nov 14, 2018 11:55 pm