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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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Thanks - I'm on 1.5.6

Colin

Statistics: Posted by ClassyNails — Sun Jul 15, 2018 2:52 am


Well, you don't have to change much for such, just create two different Kinds of
Customers, and the final Price can be made dependent on the Customer-Status.
This way, in order to get Wholesale Prices, one needs to be logged in. Or then,
anybody would be able to access such a Site, wich would sure not make sense ... ::)

But I really do not know, what VALUES will be shown on Pages, where Prices exist,
i.E. on Category + Product Pages, Bestsellers, Latest, e.t.c., if, by example, no Special
Price has been defined in the Admin Product Page. You have to check on such first,
since I never tested this yet. Just to have it mentioned ... :D
Good Luck !
Ernie
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Images:
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customer_group_defined_prices.jpg

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Statistics: Posted by IP_CAM — Sun Jul 15, 2018 2:26 am


I meant i look for a designer to repair these widgets

Statistics: Posted by Paul2012 — Sun Jul 15, 2018 2:17 am


Well, unaware of the OC Version you use, there have been some Problems with PayPal Express
Coding, only fixed (among others...) in the latest 1.5.6.5 Release Candidate Version.
Just to have it mentioned, and unaware of your specific matter.
Good Luck!
Ernie
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PayPal Express Fix Info:
https://github.com/opencart/opencart/co ... 306fb75707
in the 1.5.6.5_rc Download:
https://github.com/opencart/opencart/tr ... 306fb75707

Statistics: Posted by IP_CAM — Sun Jul 15, 2018 2:00 am


Well, this just does not look like a default OC Theme, you therefore better
contact your Theme Supplier, to help you on such.
In a default OC-2+ Theme, It's a MIN-HEIGHT Value in the stylesheet.css
file, and it possibly looks somehow like this:

CODE:

.product-thumb .caption {padding: 0 20px;min-height: 150px;}
or this:

CODE:

.product-grid .product-thumb .caption {min-height: 100px;padding: 0 10px;}
but more cannot be said, since Theme Creators likely use their own ways,
to define/declare Sections+CLASS Names, where such applies.
And since you mentioned no URL, nobody has a chance, to find out anyway ... :'(
Good Luck! ;)
Ernie
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Statistics: Posted by IP_CAM — Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:44 am


Thanks for the input JNeuhoff. I looked into the forum thread as you suggested, and it does provide some food for thought.
I honestly think that my biggest concern right now is the 3rd party extensions that would have to play along with journal. I can see how that could easily turn out ugly. However if you look at the item rating only, then its pretty overwhelming... 4.90 average based on 2348 ratings.
I think ill have to talk with other people using journal and hear their opinion, and what to consider/avoid.

Thanks everybody for your input, its been very helpful.

Statistics: Posted by Christoffer1992 — Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:43 am


Well, at best, switch back to the OC default Theme, and if it works there,
you'll know, who to contact, to get your problem solved.
Ernie

Statistics: Posted by IP_CAM — Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:29 am


Solved.
I backed up and re-install.

Thanks

Statistics: Posted by acidload — Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:21 am


Well, in SHORT, your config.php files are not created correctly,
and your .htaccess file is a Mess, it contains things like this:

CODE:

<Limit GET POST>order deny,allowdeny from allallow from all</Limit>
and so denying and allowing ALL at the same time, among other things. :crazy:
Or this:

CODE:

// HTTPdefine('HTTP_SERVER', 'http://www.mydomain.com/store/');// HTTPSdefine('HTTPS_SERVER', 'https://www.mydomain.com/store/');
since you're talking about www.yourhost.com but you're rerouting calls to https ...
in addition to NOT mention your real Site URL, wich would at least enable
someone, to find out, how it should look and work in the first place. :-

So, get a clean .htaccess file first, and ONLY change this:
RewriteBase /
to this:
RewriteBase /store/
BUT don't change anything else.

And FIX your config.php Files, to ONLY address either HTTP:

CODE:

// HTTPdefine('HTTP_SERVER', 'http://www.mydomain.com/store/');// HTTPSdefine('HTTPS_SERVER', 'http://www.mydomain.com/store/');
or HTTPS:

CODE:

// HTTPdefine('HTTP_SERVER', 'https://www.mydomain.com/store/');// HTTPSdefine('HTTPS_SERVER', 'https://www.mydomain.com/store/');
depending on, how your Site is called, by either http:// or then https://
and then, check again.
Ernie
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PS: And this .htaccess line looks more like an WINDOWS Server Configuration,
but if you really work on such a Setup, I could not be of more assistance anyway.

CODE:

IndexIgnore .htaccess */.??* *~ *# */HEADER* */README* */_vti*
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Statistics: Posted by IP_CAM — Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:15 am


What about using one of These

Statistics: Posted by cyclops12 — Sun Jul 15, 2018 12:49 am