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  1. Well, its a pity as it's not about enhancement but legal conformity..
  2. Hello, So if I understand all I could read on the new rules applicable for the European Union from July 1, 2021, we all have to purchase 2 modules..? 1) https://store.idnovate.com/fr/gestion-des-prix/1443-same-price-after-vat-applied-with-different-vat-rates.html 2) https://addons.prestashop.com/fr/gestion-prix/50761-gestion-tva-royaume-uni-brexit.html Shouldn't PrestaShop be able to deal with this without third party plugins? I followed an official post about this (https://www.prestashop.com/fr/blog/union-europeenne-tva) but it displays different prices for different countries, which does not seem to be allowed anymore..? Does PrestaShop intend to handle this in a near future?
  3. Hi, I will take a look at that yes. Apparently it's a PrestaShop known issue for quite some time: https://github.com/PrestaShop/PrestaShop/issues/20027
  4. Hello, When I try to save a feature with a custom value, it does not save. I have a feature named "Dimensions", I saved some values for it in the admin features area. On product edition form, if I select Dimensions feature and select a preset value everything works fine. But if I select Dimensions and add directly a custom value it does not get stored. Using PrestaShop 1.7.7.5, any idea on what could be wrong please?
  5. Hello, Could someone please tell me why .menu-sub is having a new id on each page load? I would need to trigger this menu with: document.getElementById(...) Can we safely change: #top_sub_menu_{$_expand_id} to: #top_sub_menu ?
  6. Thank you for your answer. Yes, I'm aware of the php function but I wanted to look into the functions proposed by Prestashop environment first.
  7. Well, I don't quite understand the logic compared to previous code but I think I finally got it. public function displayAjax() { $combinationId = (int)Tools::getValue('product_attribute_id'); $product = new Product((new Combination($combinationId))->id_product); $images = $product->getCombinationImages($this->context->language->id); $selectedCombinationImages = $images[$combinationId]; die(Tools::jsonEncode(array($images))); } I do not know if it's the cleanest optimized way but it works. I have one more thing to figure out though I think as Tools::jsonEncode() appears to be deprecated.
  8. Finally got some image data by changing public function displayAjax(): public function displayAjax() { $combinationId = (int)Tools::getValue('product_attribute_id'); $product = new Product((new Combination($combinationId))->id_product); $images = $product->getImages($combinationId); die(Tools::jsonEncode(array($images))); } But the result stays the same when changing combination. Shouldn't $product->getImages($combinationId) get only selected combination images instead of all the images uploaded for the product?
  9. Well, going back to the basics in official documentation got me moving forward. In case this can help someone spare some precious time, I'll list all steps here. I created a module in root/modules with 2 files: customajaxrequests > customajaxrequests.php customajaxrequests > controllers > front > ajax.php customajaxrequests.php content: <?php if (!defined('_PS_VERSION_')) { exit; } class CustomAjaxRequests extends Module { public function __construct() { $this->name = 'customajaxrequests'; $this->tab = 'front_office_features'; $this->version = '1.0.0'; $this->author = 'Name'; $this->need_instance = 0; $this->ps_versions_compliancy = [ 'min' => '1.7', 'max' => _PS_VERSION_ ]; $this->bootstrap = true; parent::__construct(); $this->displayName = $this->l('Custom ajax requests'); $this->description = $this->l('Handle custom ajax requests.'); $this->confirmUninstall = $this->l('Are you sure you want to uninstall?'); if (!Configuration::get('CUSTOMAJAXREQUESTS_NAME')) { $this->warning = $this->l('No name provided'); } } public function install() { if (Shop::isFeatureActive()) { Shop::setContext(Shop::CONTEXT_ALL); } if (!parent::install()) { return false; } return true; } public function uninstall() { if (!parent::uninstall() || !Configuration::deleteByName('CUSTOMAJAXREQUESTS_NAME')) { return false; } return true; } } ajax.php content: <?php class CustomajaxrequestsAjaxModuleFrontController extends ModuleFrontController { public function initContent() { $this->ajax = true; parent::initContent(); } public function displayAjax() { $combinationId = (int)Tools::getValue('product_attribute_id'); $product = new Product((new Combination($combinationId))->id_product); $attibuteValues = $product->getAttributeCombinationsById($combinationId,$this->context->language->id); die(Tools::jsonEncode(array($attibuteValues))); } } I installed the module in Prestashop Backend. in themes/mytheme/templates/catalog/product.tpl I added: <script> var ajaxRequestUrl = "{$link->getModuleLink('shapesajaxrequests', 'ajax', array())}"; </script> in themes/mytheme/assets/js/custom.js I added: window.addEventListener('load', function() { prestashop.on('updatedProduct',function(event) { $.ajax({ type: 'POST', url: ajaxRequestUrl, cache: false, data: { ajax: true, method: 'test', product_attribute_id: event.id_product_attribute }, success: function (result) { console.log(result); } }); }); }); The good news is that it seems to work quite fine as I can pass the current product id and the selected combination id to the controller to get some data back in console like: [[{"id_product_attribute":"5","id_product":"2","reference":"","supplier_reference":"","location":"","ean13":"","isbn":"","upc":"","mpn":"","wholesale_price":"0.000000","price":"0.000000","ecotax":"0.000000","quantity":0,"weight":"0.000000","unit_price_impact":"0.000000","default_on":null,"minimal_quantity":"1","low_stock_threshold":null,"low_stock_alert":"0","available_date":"0000-00-00","id_shop":"1","id_attribute_group":"2","is_color_group":"0","group_name":"Longueur de tige","attribute_name":"20","id_attribute":"1","position":"0"},{"id_product_attribute":"5","id_product":"2","reference":"","supplier_reference":"","location":"","ean13":"","isbn":"","upc":"","mpn":"","wholesale_price":"0.000000","price":"0.000000","ecotax":"0.000000","quantity":0,"weight":"0.000000","unit_price_impact":"0.000000","default_on":null,"minimal_quantity":"1","low_stock_threshold":null,"low_stock_alert":"0","available_date":"0000-00-00","id_shop":"1","id_attribute_group":"1","is_color_group":"1","group_name":"Couleur","attribute_name":"Blue","id_attribute":"11","position":"1"}]] But yes, there is still a but... The bad news is that I did not manage to get the info I need from there yet as I need to get the combination original images. So I have some more work to get done in public function displayAjax(). Any hint would be appreciated here.
  10. Well, after a lot of reading I tried to add my own module in themes/mytheme/modules. I created a controller to extend ModuleFrontController : ajax.php in themes/mytheme/modules/ajaxproductrequest/controllers/front. To keep it simple code looks like: <?php class AjaxProductRequestAjaxModuleFrontController extends ModuleFrontController { public function __construct() { parent::__construct(); } public function initContent() { parent::initContent(); return 'Hey!'; } } Now my ajax request in themes/custom.js looks like: $.ajax({ type: "POST", headers: { "cache-control": "no-cache" }, url: "../../themes/mytheme/modules/ajaxproductrequest/controllers/front/ajax.php", data: { ajax: 1, "token" : prestashop.token }, success: function(result) { console.log(result); }, error: function(result) { console.log(result); } }); I also tried with url: url: "{$link->getModuleLink('ajaxproductrequest','ajax')}" Both lead me to the same result. I got rid of the 404 error but now I'm stuck on an error: Notice: Undefined index: tpl_dir About that error, I read threads about a module compatibility error with Prestashop version, or a php version error but the module is now really simple as it is so I'm having a hard time understanding this error. EDIT: Looks like I got tis error appearing when switching debug mode on Now url: "{$link->getModuleLink('ajaxproductrequest','ajax')}" leads to a 404 error. And url: "../../themes/mytheme/modules/ajaxproductrequest/controllers/front/ajax.php" leads to a 500 error with no response details in console (which is why I turned debug mode on in the first place). PS: After some digging, Notice: Undefined index: tpl_dir came from: <img class="" src="{$tpl_dir}../../img/p/{$image.id_image}/{$image.id_image}.jpg" alt="{$image.legend}" title="{$image.legend}" itemprop="image"> I fixed it using: <img class="" src="{$urls.img_ps_url}p/{$image.id_image}/{$image.id_image}.jpg" alt="{$image.legend}" title="{$image.legend}" itemprop="image">
  11. Hello, I need to update some of my product.tpl page when the customer selects a variant. I managed to get the variant id after selection in my theme custom.js file: prestashop.on('updatedProduct',function(event) { let product_id = event.id_product_attribute; }); Now I need to get the variant images ids in an array to be able to call the original images. On the first load I display these images with (it's not very clean I know but I need unprocessed images here to be able to have multiple sizes): <img class="" src="{$tpl_dir}../../img/p/{$image.id_image}/{$image.id_image}.jpg" alt="{$image.legend}" title="{$image.legend}" itemprop="image"> As the front ProductController.php already exists I should not have to make my own controller for this and be able to make an ajax request to it but I can't get it done. I'm struggling on the url for this request. I tried with some threads on this form to build my request like (knowing I still need to put the product id in there): prestashop.on('updatedProduct',function(event) { let product_id = event.id_product_attribute; var postdata = { ajax: 1, controller: 'Product', action: 'getProduct' $.ajax({ type: 'POST', url: 'index.php', data: postdata, success: function(data){ console.log(data); } }); }); But I get a 404 error, still struggling with url. This thread: https://www.prestashop.com/forums/topic/869456-how-to-display-a-product-with-ajax/ looks fine to me too but can't figure out the url part neither. Any idea on how I could get this done please?
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