I consider the current way not 100% good, if I want to erase some extensions, I have to search for every file of the wanted extensions in different places. I know that there is the install/uninstall option in admin panel, but I'm talking about uninstall all files of them.
In time, I just want to know if there is any plan for this.
Thank you for your hard work.
Maybe some functions with WYSIWYG Editor to edit the complete template/design/style css like in Joomla or Wordpress!
I like hard coding! It's like to press some hard shit in a round editor
Our clients run sales, which may run for a few weeks to a few months.
Some of our real life scenarios:
- All Products in Category X are 20% off until May 30th
- All Products by Manufacturer Y are 10% off until July 1st
For store owners, entering '5% off' is going to be easier than finding each product and manually calculating the discounted price.
Apart from that, everything else we've needed has been as simple as installing a vQMod...we'd definitely appreciate a 'Wordpress style' plugins system to keep track of all our modifications. Integrating vQMod into the core would be brilliant
Oh, and thankyou for integrating PayPal Express!
They said they're going to integrate PayPal Express in 1.6.0 into the core.onlinemarketer wrote:Do you mean the PayPal express mod by Q or in the core?bbcentral wrote: Oh, and thankyou for integrating PayPal Express!
Depending on your country, that may not be legal. There are often laws in place that determine how long Gift Vouchers that have been purchased need to be valid.saintlade wrote:One feature that's been removed in the move to 1.5 that I would find very useful to have reinstated (and thus I assume not much work?) would be the option to set an expiry date on Gift Vouchers, currently looking for a way to cancel gift vouchers after a year as I don't want to have liabilities on my books for too great a period in time. Having to go through and look at them all manually would be a pain.
OpenCart (not confirmed, but claim on Wikipedia)
http://wiki.goodrelations-vocabulary.or ... extensions
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison ... n_Features
That's what options are meant for.valmac wrote:We use Opencart regularly and would love to be able to add multiple prices to one product - this is a regular request from our customers. eg a bed - same bed but it comes in 3 different sizes and is 3 different prices
This is a very good idea, and I really like the "test is done first to verify the changes are valid before installing" part, which Qphoria wrote.Qphoria wrote:Just to note, vQmod and plugins are not really related. While it would be nice to have the vQmod as part of the core to remove the install step, extensions and package installers are still needed and unrelated. I think SMF nailed the plugin system as they have the option to install a zip or browse a live repository server directly from the admin area. From here the mods can be directly installed or updated, and a "test" is done first to verify the changes are valid before installing. Then uninstalls go and remove all the files.Daniel wrote:Xsecrets wrote:plugins should be at the minimum bundled up into one file with an admin control where you can browse that file and install it track what plugins are installed etc. If it can be made to link back to the extension store so the users don't have to download the extension first even better. Look at pretty much any CMS on the market none of them require you to unzip the extension and upload all the files separately. The end user many times has no idea what ftp is. If you wanted to take it farther looking into hooks and class overrides would be good, but with the current situation most of this can be gotten around with vqmod, but of course that is not in the core distribution at this point either. Basically it needs to be made much easier for a non technical user to install extensions.
yes i was thinking about adding vqmod to the core. only well tested plugins woulpld be available to purchase directory via the admin.
Another issue is the usage of custom themes. All extensions are based on the default installation of OpenCart, and its default theme (if not stated otherwise by the developer), and if an extension uses some code as a reference from the default installation/theme, which is gone/modified in the custom theme, the problem arises, and the module is not working. I'm talking from my personal experience, because almost all of my modules use parts of code from the default theme, and when trying to install it on a custom theme which doesn't follow the code structure of the default theme, I need to make adjustments according to that specific custom theme.
This is the reason I still haven't vQmodded my extensions, but I'm thinking of doing it, at least for the customers who use the default theme, or other custom theme alike the default one. And for the rest, I'll just continue adjusting the modules for the customers' specific themes
So in my opinion I think that something needs to be done regarding the theme's system. Otherwise you'll need to stay with the default theme, in order to keep the extensions' compatibility to the max.
See all my extensions: https://www.opencart.com/index.php?rout ... 20OpenCart
I like the cleanlook of Opencart 1.5
Glad to see you are working on the next updates etc.
Could you please think about making it easier to add new pages to the Top Menu.
I know a little bit about html but I just get lost and it seems I have to use an extension just to add a basic page.
Open Cart has replaced my old website so I need more than just a basic cart.
Though to start just a product importer which can handle options, and an export so you can setup a default product and then export CSV template for import later.
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