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Re: No .htaccess file?!

Cheers fido, Indeed it does not imply a significant advantage but it suggests a slight advantage over not having it - why make work for the search engines? Its these miniscule tweaks that build a bigger picture and all help. With regards to this not having anything to do with indexing, it takes me b...

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  • Mon Feb 16, 2009 7:55 pm
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Re: No .htaccess file?!

From "Googles own blog": However, as a matter of fact, we at Google have made some progress in both areas. While static URLs might have a slight advantage in terms of clickthrough rates because users can easily read the urls, the decision to use database-driven websites does not imply a significant ...

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  • Mon Feb 16, 2009 5:49 pm
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Re: 1.1.7 - error on checkout

Adding the field worked fine, will you be creating a new package of the installer for this? Quick suggestion for future development and bug fixes to the DB, could you add a SQL extension where the DB can have SQL commands executed to it? That way you can supply upgrade scripts that alter the DB stru...

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  • Mon Feb 16, 2009 8:50 am
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Re: Need Help For Upgradation

I have got a answer, I'm sorry. Such vast overhauls to the table structures are a nightmare to re-map, 1 mistake and you could strip the data out of a table and lose it all or have to start again. In PHPMyAdmin output an Excel sheet of your old data and download your images, you may be able to get h...

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  • Mon Feb 16, 2009 8:22 am
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Re: No .htaccess file?!

Thanks for your reply Daniel, its actually the second time we've spoken... the first was via email when I gave you a heads up about the copyright notice on your website, pointed out a bug and suggested that you have a customer facing showcase gallery. You got back to me straight away, not with a res...

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  • Mon Feb 16, 2009 8:11 am
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No .htaccess file?!

Hi All, Been looking at OpenCart for about a week, and scratching my head a lot! Its very simple to install, fast to re-style and perfect, it just lacks the SEO stuff completely! That aside it'll serves its purpose for now but one thing I would like to get working is the mod_rewrite/ URL Alias stuff...

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  • Sat Feb 14, 2009 9:45 pm
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