Post by Pchibuike » Fri Apr 21, 2017 2:07 am

After putting featured products and bestsellers in layout under design from my admin backend: this is what am seeing "Notice: Undefined index: limit in /home/aim/public_html/catalog/controller/module/featured.php on line 20" on my blog frontend and i obviously don't no what to change in catalog/controller/module/featured on line 20; i have opened my catalog-controller-module-feature and clearly examined it with my localhost installed opencart template catalog/controller/module/feature on line 20 they contain the same things.

So, i honestly don't know what to do to rectify this menace. Please, help because your imperative advice will be highly appreciated.

Take a look at it @ www.aimeagles.com/index.php?route=pavblog/blogs

My second problem is locating .htaccess.txt file in my cpanel because i've read all the .htaccess.txt question and answers in this forum and elsewhere but i still can't find the .htaccess.txt file location in my cpanel under public_html.
If i search for .htaccess.txt in my cpanel under public_html they will appear with their hidden location such as "public_html/.htaccess.txt

/public_html/upload/.htaccess.txt.txt

/public_html/upload/.htaccess.txt" but after clicking on them i won't see anything yonder, why?

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Post by IP_CAM » Fri Apr 21, 2017 2:46 am

well, this link below would be the right address for such Problems, this Theme Creator is
known for doing much it's own ways, so no-one else would probably know, where to look,
not using exactly the same Theme.
And when it comes to the .htaccess file, your file may be renamed correctly already
by default, so, a htaccess.txt file would no longer exist ... ;D
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Post by Pchibuike » Fri Apr 21, 2017 9:27 pm

Thanks. I have changed my .htaccess.txt to .htaccess but my frontend products description, footer informations and top categories are no longer accessible after enabling seo url in admin setting or should i copy the .htaccess content in other template and paste into my own .htaccess file?

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Post by IP_CAM » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:31 pm

well, in your Opencart .htaccess file, you have this:
RewriteBase /
and if your shop software is placed in a Subdirectory, by example named
shop
this above line has to be changed to:
RewriteBase /shop/
to make it work, as it should!
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Post by Pchibuike » Sat Apr 22, 2017 11:12 pm

Thanks, but i want to know if this www.attracta.com seo in my cpanel and the seo url in admin under settings are the same i.e if they do the same work?

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Post by IP_CAM » Sun Apr 23, 2017 2:00 am

Default Server Sited SEO Tools won't work with OpenCart, I assume... ;)
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Post by Pchibuike » Sun Apr 23, 2017 2:35 am

My version is 2.0.3.1. I will appreciate it if you can explain how both of them works? Thanks

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Post by IP_CAM » Sun Apr 23, 2017 7:08 am

Well, in very short, on a Server, either 'fix titled' Documents are served, usually called HTML
Files, or then, such HTML Output Files are generated by a Framework Construction like OC,
individually, and depending on individual Content + Values of such a file. But since those
files do NOT exist, by default, saved and titled as 'final' HTML Files, they could NOT be found, by a
'regular' Server sited SEO-Tool, and so not indexed accordingly. And because of this, OC
requires it's own SEO-Tool, to make SEO work.
But I am sure, Google will know more about such ... ;)
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