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Re: Multi Store -- what's the point?? No SSL

For example, some servers allow you to self-generate certificates (and do so themselves). The v. most expensive certificates have top-flight corporate followings that can afford the nonsense and reckon if it costs lotsa bucks then it must be lotsa bestest. A certificate is a certificate, and there a...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:49 am
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Re: New Customers can't log in since upgrade

Still, at an hour when nobody in his right mind will be buying anything or registering, shut off approval and save and log out and kill cookies, go back in to make a registrant and save and log out and kill cookies, then try to log in as the registrant. If you can do that from three machines at thre...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:45 am
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Re: Admin redirect issue

Except that "index.php" is not appearing in the string, the difference would ordinarily owe merely to that between hitting a button for admin access and simply putting the trailing admin/ in the address bar and hitting that. The difference appears from syntax to suggest that the lower index.php (whe...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:32 am
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Re: SSL Problem need help

You can password the admin/ by using your hosting account's control panel. Presumably you're the only one going in there anyway. Ask your server's support. They can't easily pass this one off as a scripting error, and would probably help with whatever Apache files their own setup might require be ma...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:23 am
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Re: New Customers can't log in since upgrade

Let's start with simple: in admin panel doublecheck whether approval was reset by default to required, if so then reset it there and try anew.

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:19 am
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Re: Setup instructions

(1) Documentation. (2) Tutorials. (3) Forums. (4) Support (some available is commercial).

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:17 am
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Re: remove shopping cart

Exorcism of the good parts, that make it a cart?! One alternative is to set it up all over, again, without any cart, perhaps using "catalog" code from somewhere. Another is to look through all of the .tpl and .php files and kill what you don't want. Some lines can be commented out (use appropriate m...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:12 am
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Re: Full width Slideshow

Find the js .css and the .js for it and change it there. Those files are veritable zoos (found under both the catalog/ and the admin/ directories view/javascript). Be certain to have a safety copy first. [Edit, added:] If you manually force it, you'll be setting width to "100%" where needed, and you...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:06 am
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Re: Blank Region/State Dropdown

Version and theme?

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:03 am
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Re: Inconsistent "Shipping method required" error just for I

The logic contributing to the variables contributing to the states contributing to the screen painting are all swept in. That in overview is why the wake for IE6 will be populated mostly by its enemies. There is a limit to how many of us will write how many code variants to accommodate how many diff...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 8:58 am
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Re: Getting an error when I try to access my cart

(1) For base/ think cart's own root/, which will be either the bottom of your public area (if the cart is not nested in its own directory inside a website whose only feature isn't the cart), or the bottom of that separate directory. Ditto admin/ relative to that public root or cart root. It's tantam...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 8:57 am
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Re: New vulnerability reported by Janek Vind

Thank you for the heads up. With direct access to the primary Apache files, several settings can strictly limit accesses to various subdirs and aliases. Even without direct access to the mainstay residences of Apache files, one can use .ht* files to prevent access to dirs from referrer image/[etc]. ...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 8:39 am
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Re: Inconsistent "Shipping method required" error just for I

Every browser and version of it paints screens its own way, with generally broad overlap among them. They all have their quirks. Pure guess: backpeddling upsets fore- and backward sense of the browser version, and MS or somebody on-line probably has a code snippet for doing that 8's own way. Just be...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 8:25 am
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Re: Getting an error when I try to access my cart

Make a backup of the current database before you do that, but, yes, you can try that. Firstly, however, the warning and fatality appear to owe primarily to not knowing where to fetch a bucket of next, so check the two config.php files (base/ and admin/) for http and directory targets. The two sorts ...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 8:19 am
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Re: Charging VAT on delivery only and not products

If I'm understanding the problem or preference correctly, as well as VATs, then the simple way out is to leave the VAT-embedded prices as-is, embed 20% in the shipping, turn off tax computation, and let them order. Presumably the Authorities will expect their timely annual, semiannual, quarterly, or...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 8:06 am
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Re: even / oneven colored lines in admin

There the rows alternate with these tags (the carats are here stipped): tr class="search-result group-1" tr class="search-result group-0" For some reason they run 1-0-1- rather than 0-1-0-, doesn't matter. Find and read the governing search.css but in all probability do not copy it. Look at how it's...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 7:59 am
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Re: Locked MYSELF out of (some) Admin (settings!)! DOH!!!

Yes, but make a complete backup first, and make a copy of it for good measure. You can also edit the backup or copy of it on your own local machine, using software that may be more familiar to you, then restore the result. For backups try looking via ftp or winscp or similar below and there beside y...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 7:49 am
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Re: Insane invoice figures

Momentarily in a different direction.-- Is there anything odd or antiquated about your server's way(s) of doing arithmetic? Floating-point built into v. modern processors is v. remarkably good. Floating-point or not, processors and several other things contribute to errors. The obvious trick is to k...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 7:35 am
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Re: Locked MYSELF out of (some) Admin (settings!)! DOH!!!

Hopefully your server keeps periodic backups of your database. Look for the most recent of those antedating your booboo. If it's available, you'll probably need to put it in place using phpMyAdmin or similar. The OC admin panel's Settings / Backup [/] Restore might be unavailable to you and might (v...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 7:28 am
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Re: Setting user permissions for an editor/seo consultant.

Beforehand make a complete backup of everything, files via ftp (or less efficiently via control panel's file manager), database via both oc's admin panel (Settings / backup [/] Restore) and your control panel's phpMyAdmin (the two will not be identical in some ways). If you're not up to trusting som...

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  • Wed Mar 27, 2013 7:27 am
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