The thing that frustrates me is that I'm struggling to find a good source of real information.
I saw in this forum that there may have been a wiki online to try and help document some of the things that an intermediate user or developer might find informative.
I have read through the documentation on opencart.com, there's simply too little of it.
I really suggest porting the documentation into a wiki, and allow the experts in this forum help you give the people the information needed to be successful developing things for OpenCart.
Meanwhile, I'll continue dredging around and asking questions.
With proper documentation this could be a total application killer in the market - without it it will remain a frustrating potential tool that many non-developers will simply give up on.
I previously did post a request for a doc that outlined the diff between 1.5.1 to 1.5.2 which has yet to see the light of day. I know you are busy (I'm told you have babies, full time job and an inability to say no when it comes to helping out and so much more on your plate)...
But! The request made is sensible, instead of constantly volunteering your time on trivial matters such as this, why don't you consider empowering us to help you? I am pledging my time to update the wiki as I have a ton of notes that could help others since I just spent the better part of 3 months learning 126.96.36.199 just to scrap it all and start over with 188.8.131.52 from scratch.
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On documentation - I need to update a very old installation of Opencart, so will be making notes as I go along and can turn some of it into generic documentation for 1.5 - is straight HTML the best way to give it to you, or would you prefer another format?
I am about ready to give up on open cart because i can't find decent docs, support tickets get marked as spam or go completely unanswered for weeks. HELP HELP HELP About ready to abandon the open cart project.
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