Post by bingo » Fri Jun 08, 2012 11:02 am

e,it seems that there is few things need to modify to make it work with shoppica theme.
As far as to our one page checkout.
Just the tpl files of chekcout,shopping cart and success.

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Post by Qphoria » Fri Jun 08, 2012 11:12 am

Just the tpl files here too.. 2 of them

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Post by bingo » Fri Jun 08, 2012 11:45 am

I remember last time I ask Q for help.
It is the shoppica theme causing our website been hacked :(

After that, we no loner use shoppica theme,BUT default theme.

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Post by Johnathan » Fri Jun 08, 2012 7:49 pm

Qphoria wrote:Yes! By buying my checkout mod, you will placed on the anti-shoppica petition page... "vote" as many times as you like by purchasing more licenses of the checkout mod 8)
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Post by JAY6390 » Fri Jun 08, 2012 7:58 pm

With over 3400 purchases and rising, I doubt the issue will go away any time soon unfortunately, though you'd think with the money they must have made that they would at least start trying to fix all the issues for it

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Post by Qphoria » Fri Jun 15, 2012 4:38 am

UPDATE v153.5 - 2012-JUN-14
- Added Shoppica2 Support!
Took 3 hours.... effin nightmare.

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Post by JAY6390 » Fri Jun 15, 2012 4:43 am

Qphoria wrote:effin nightmare.
That's probably an understatement :laugh:

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Post by DSGI » Thu Jun 21, 2012 3:14 pm

Q -

Question about making the checkout pages SEO URL friendly. Could I do the following and have it work (since I have a mod that generates SEO friendly URLS for other cart pages):


Using phpMyAdmin: update database for checkout 1 and checkout 2 SEO url
Go to url_alias table and Insert new data:

Query: checkout/checkout_one
Keyword: checkout_one

Query: checkout/checkout_two
Keyword: checkout_two

In doing this, would it replace:

/index.php?route=checkout/checkout_one

with just:

/checkout_one

Or am I way off on that one, I'm just guessing and it's not a big deal, really just trying to understand how things work.

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Post by Johnathan » Fri Jun 22, 2012 6:25 am

Since Q's on holiday for a week, I'll answer for him:

No, that wouldn't work. The code in the seo_url.php file only looks for category, information, manufacturer, or product pages, so you'd have to modify that as well.

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Post by DSGI » Fri Jun 22, 2012 6:28 am

Hi Clear Thinking!

Thanks for the response that helps!!!

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Post by 3antz » Fri Jun 22, 2012 11:44 pm

Hi Q, would your plugin alert the customer if they added an item which is no longer in stock? our products are limited in quantity and many customers backed out because they couldn't checkout due to out of stock. thanks

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Post by Qphoria » Wed Jul 04, 2012 5:23 am

3antz wrote:Hi Q, would your plugin alert the customer if they added an item which is no longer in stock? our products are limited in quantity and many customers backed out because they couldn't checkout due to out of stock. thanks
The cart handles that already. That is not part of the checkout process. You set the "Stock Checkout" to YES if you don't want to require stock check in the system settings.

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Post by OnNets » Thu Jul 12, 2012 11:41 pm

Hi Q,

Is there any way after login, if the cart is empty, the customer redirect to account page instead of shopping cart?

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Post by philbydevil » Mon Jul 23, 2012 1:39 pm

Great mod Q and easy to install!

I'd like to change the layout of checkout_one.tpl a little, and just wondering if you could have a look at it?

I like the default checkout step 1, so would like to leave that, and then if the customer checks the "Express Checkout" (Guest Checkout) option, then the lower part of your checkout_one.tpl page slides down/up (as if you were sliding into default Checkout Step 2).

Something like this:
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And then the customer selects express/guest checkout and this slides down/up/replaces the shot above:
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Then it proceeds as usual. If they enter their details and click "Continue" they are sent to checkout_two.tpl. If they click "Back", it slides back up to the first pic above.

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Post by Qphoria » Tue Jul 24, 2012 12:51 am

To be honest, I'm looking at getting rid of the checkout one step mainly because is it a pain to keep supporting all these drastic themes like shoppica, sellegance, shopcart, tees, clothing, etc... They go too far overboard from what a proper theme method should be and I end up spending more time porting their theme to work with uber checkout..

So I'm looking to drop that file and either make a single page checkout...
OR
Allow people to use the normal login/registration pages and leave the checkout_two page as the last page only

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Post by TomC » Tue Jul 24, 2012 1:33 am

Qphoria wrote:To be honest, I'm looking at getting rid of the checkout one step mainly because is it a pain to keep supporting all these drastic themes like shoppica, sellegance, shopcart, tees, clothing, etc... They go too far overboard from what a proper theme method should be and I end up spending more time porting their theme to work with uber checkout..

So I'm looking to drop that file and either make a single page checkout...
OR
Allow people to use the normal login/registration pages and leave the checkout_two page as the last page only

Why can't there just be one base "theme" for your extension ... and then the respective user is responsible for styling it to fit their store accordingly?

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Post by JNeuhoff » Tue Jul 24, 2012 2:10 am

Qphoria wrote:To be honest, I'm looking at getting rid of the checkout one step mainly because is it a pain to keep supporting all these drastic themes like shoppica, sellegance, shopcart, tees, clothing, etc... They go too far overboard from what a proper theme method should be and I end up spending more time porting their theme to work with uber checkout..

So I'm looking to drop that file and either make a single page checkout...
OR
Allow people to use the normal login/registration pages and leave the checkout_two page as the last page only

Don't worry about those crazy themes. If a web theme can't stick to some commont OpenCart web theme standards then just ignore it. As long as the Uber Checkout works for the default web theme, that's all we need.

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Post by philbydevil » Tue Jul 24, 2012 5:34 am

Qphoria wrote:To be honest, I'm looking at getting rid of the checkout one step mainly because is it a pain to keep supporting all these drastic themes like shoppica, sellegance, shopcart, tees, clothing, etc... They go too far overboard from what a proper theme method should be and I end up spending more time porting their theme to work with uber checkout..

So I'm looking to drop that file and either make a single page checkout...
OR
Allow people to use the normal login/registration pages and leave the checkout_two page as the last page only
An option to allow the normal login/registration page (and original checkout step one ;)) sounds good to me. I might have another look at cutting and pasting the code to see if I can get what want working...

I started modifying Shoppica when I was upgrading to 1.5, but I'm so glad that I found out early about the difficulties in doing mods and getting extensions to work out of the box and ditched it for a regular theme.

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Post by JAY6390 » Tue Jul 24, 2012 6:36 pm

While I agree with what you're saying J Neuhoff, unfortunately people are quite commonly using those themes and demand it works with them. One possible solution would be an "addon" as a separate extension you could charge a little more for to cover the costs of having to upgrade for those too, so that if people want to use that theme they can, but will need to pay for the specific development of that portion of uber checkout

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Post by Qphoria » Wed Jul 25, 2012 12:24 am

JAY6390 wrote:While I agree with what you're saying J Neuhoff, unfortunately people are quite commonly using those themes and demand it works with them. One possible solution would be an "addon" as a separate extension you could charge a little more for to cover the costs of having to upgrade for those too, so that if people want to use that theme they can, but will need to pay for the specific development of that portion of uber checkout
Exactly. As bad as these themes are in coding, they are very attractive... which means more and more people have them.
But it is really difficult to get work done when 60% of support questions start like this....
"I am using your mod but it isn't working. Btw I'm using shoppica"
But if I don't make it work, who will? Customers will get annoyed, down vote my mods, etc.
So I try my damnedest to make custom versions of mods or make my mods as theme independent as possible.

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