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Ion_Cannon

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  1. Hey mate, any luck with adding label printing to your module. Outstanding work BTW!
  2. Sorry I have not been around at all. I would like everyone to consider this project DEAD from my supporting it standpoint. In February I switched my shop over to CS-Cart do to growth and some other factors therefore, I will no longer be supporting this module. The community is free to do with it as they like but I am working on other projects for the new cart and unfortunately I will not have time to develop the express checkout beyond its current state. I hope that there is someone in the community willing to take it over and make it better for everyone. Thank you for all the past support and good look with presta in the future! -ic
  3. Are you sure you have everything installed right? I cannot duplicate the issues you are having nor have I heard of any of these issues. Try re-installing everything from scratch. Could be something you changed by accident. Can you duplicate any of the issues on my test site??
  4. Been through that scenario several times with success. You most likely have a misconfiguration. Please ensure you have followed all the install steps and that all files are in their proper location. Also, please provide a URL. It would help in addition to provide the exact steps that were taken to produce this error. Thank you!
  5. This was a quick trade-off fix that I implemented. I will address this in my upcoming version. Hope it is working well for everyone otherwise. I appreciate all the nice feedback I've received.
  6. Is this supposed to work on 1.1? I cannot get the module to install. Thanks...
  7. Is the logo you put up larger than the previous one? Try rolling back the christmas logo to see if the problem goes away. Often times columns disappear when there are problems with 's or CSS. It's probably something really simple since all you did was change the logo....
  8. Not surprised. This was v1.0 and I am sure there is some random things like that, that I need to clean up....let me know where they are exactly and I'll take care of it for future release.
  9. I've never had one guest that didn't use their actual E-mail address. They all want to get their invoices and order emails at least but I guess the scenario you talk about is a possibility and if you think that would happen a lot you will have to build some logic in that will allow you to handle that but I am not sure exactly what the best practice would be for that. Maybe you could append the old email address with the last order number or something to make it unique....?
  10. Oh I agree 100% and did not think you were insulting at all, I am just reminding others here of some key points. Objectively, each store owner has to figure out what works best for them and one of the primary reasons for releasing it as freeware (besides the fact that I suck at coding) is that it might offer flexibility for everyone. I hope people make it work for their stores however they can. Personally I can't see paying for anything that should come standard for a cart. Might as well buy one of the commercial solutions if Presta is going to nickel and dime everyone. I can see people charging for some of the things but a lot of this stuff people are charging for is ripoff city...
  11. That's cool. Whatever works for you. As I keep saying, all that matters is if it converts. I know this one as is converts awesomely (at least for me), so I am happy with it personally but what might convert for my products might not for yours. Let us know how it works out!
  12. These are great mods but keep in mind folks, the more stuff you add, the more distractions you give the customer... hence, it's more likely they will abandon their carts. Keep distractions at the bare minimum. Most people wanting to use an express/guest checkout could care less about registering their account until they need to COME BACK and check the status. Just food for thought....again, there is no perfect checkout and to each their own but I like that others are tweaking it to their satisfaction but there are cons to making these types of changes. IMO it will hurt conversion rates.
  13. What exactly needs to be added from google to enable google-analytics? Is it just a javascript that needs to be run? Just enclose it in {literal} tags in the .tpl file and see if that works. I played with it briefly and it seemed to work but I was getting some mixed-content errors so I deleted it and never got around to messing with it again.
  14. Webmaster tools have been there for a long time. It used to show PR of your pages but they have abandoned it as a sign of things to come. Speed of your site will also be a huge factor in search results in the near future. Google always changes. Never stays the same....it's always something different from one year to the next. Used to be page rank, then # of links, right now quality of content and links instead of number of links, in the future speed and quality.. go figure.
  15. You have to export the sql database and import it into a freshly created presta database. If you are a novice with sql, your hosting company should be able to do it for you.
  16. The sitemap fix will help you out. Google Sitelinks are automatically generated by google. You have no control over it. They usually show up when your site is well respected by Google. Do a search for "glassware dreams" in google for my site and you will see my site is #1 and has links underneath where the main pages are listed and those links are the automatically generated "sitelinks". You should also see them in the Webmaster tools section. You can control them only in disabling pages you do not want to appear.
  17. Ok basically I'm an idiot and don't know what I am talking about. But I will give you these two pieces of advise that are neither here nor there. #1 your backlinks are suspect.. Everywhere you have a link just looking at them, you are sharing way too much of the respective page PR with other sites. Meaning the links you are getting have way too many OBL (outbound links). You are going to get very little juice from even a pr6 if you are sharing with 20 other sites that also have a link on the page. #2 Optimize the main page first, don't worry about PR. Get people coming to your main page for your main keywords first. Your site does not even have Google sitelinks yet. Get sitelinks and do it the proper way. Visit http://forums.digitalpoint.com/ and learn from the SEO experts there. Tons of better information than you will find here. Pose your questions there as well. Those guys know their stuff. Feel free to PM there if you have any further questions as well. I am Ion_Cannon there also. your problem is not prestashop related really... Good luck
  18. LOL. I have had a lot of questions about whether this module will support this module or that module and have decided that this module as is will only will work with the base prestashop. It would just be too much to try to code support for every module out there. I would love to see some people make mods to this that support other things, we can always post the files on this thread and people can get what they want/need to incorporate. I'm a one man show here with a 3 month old!
  19. There is no real easy way to do it. Depending on the size of your database it can range from easy to very hard. Whenever I have moved, I have exported all the SQL tables then divided them up and done one at a time since my DB has gotten kind of large. Just make sure you have good backups and come up with a process that works for you and you will be fine. Most of all, take your time. Don't try to do it in 10 seconds because it won't happen.
  20. Not really disagreeing with you. I am just not sure that any real problem can be defined that will cause anyone's site a problem. I am just saying overall PR can't be used to really detect a problem. My site is a PR2 yet I outrank 5 or 6 PR4+ sites for my #1 keywords when their #1 keywords are the same as mine since they are competitors... just more proof pagerank explains absolutely nothing. So I put absolutely no stock in "Toolbar PR is quite a good reflection of what google thinks of a site" because it absolutely DOES NOT. The toolbar PR is a joke even if the refresh was two seconds ago it doesn't matter....hopefully they remove it soon just like they did in their Admin sections because it is probably 1% important to a site's SEO or performance on the search engines.
  21. I think the article backs up what I am saying perfectly. #1 point being that the Toolbar page rank is totally unreliable. So that DOES backup my point. It IS totally unreliable and not entirely accurate. So why even bother with it?? Generally, Pages are only going to get pagerank if other important pages link to them, I don't think internal linking matters too much for page rank, it is content and external links....so, there's no guarantee that the site will have good Pagerank for sub-pages unless you have nice external linking to them. The best tool for determining how your site looks to Google is Google's own Webmaster Tools. I would not trust the Google toolbar in determining how your site performs on Google. Also, another tool that is great to use for free is called "Traffic Travis". It's a great little program to see how your site is doing in Google for keyword rankings.
  22. IC but did you even looks at the PR structure of the cbk like above and notice how the PR lowed to the lower pages...that's how it suppose to look like if your file internal links are correct...something is not right with the way Prestashop; is doing this! If you check my site www.kctrading.net you will not see this structure. Please take a look before commenting...thanks! I see it but it does not really matter. Pagerank doesn't help either way. It's all about how your pages appear in the SERP's...here is a nice write up: http://www.highrankings.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=17365
  23. I still say pagerank means zippo. It's all about the SERPs. Pagerank is a very minor factor in determining your SERP rankings and driving traffic to your site....for increasing search engine results it is a well known fact that "quality" Backlinks are the most important factor, followed by good content, then on page SEO, and then MAYBE pagerank but I bet there is something more important that I am forgetting than pagerank. I used to make the mistake of trying to boost my pagerank. When I started concentrating on backlinks, that's when I started seeing huge increases in traffic to my site along with PPC ads. I get over 1000 unique visitors and growing each day now. Pretty good for a small shop IMHO.
  24. NB, I did not write the authorize.net module so I cannot really help you too much with it overall.. It seemed to install fine on my 1.2.5 test site though but I have not tested it all the way. I just don't have time right now. Sorry about that. Hopefully you will figure it out.
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