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blueyedvl

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  1. You can check the one I'm working on here: www.glasswaredreams.com Test it out and let me know if that's kind of what you are looking for, if so I can spot you the files. The shop is not really live yet, so test away. -ic ION, With this module, if the customer checks out as a guest do they always have to be a guest or could they register later on?
  2. Here it is a year later and still no guest check out!! Has anyone posted in modules as a fix?
  3. Thank you so much, this was driving me up the wall.
  4. I'm looking to use the built in PayPal API v1.0 in prestashop to accept payment directly on my site, not forward the customer to a paypal page. Here are the basics on my site: Prestaship version: Version 1.2.5.0 I have and SSL certificate installed. I'm using PayPal with Website Payments Pro I've configured API Signature The PayPal API module is configured as: Sandbox mode: No Express Checkout: No Banner image URL: (set) API user: my username here API password: my password here API signature: my signature here So everything appears to be configured properly, but when i checkout and click "I Confirm my Order" i directed to a paypal page with a login box. This is not what i'm looking to do. I don't want my customers to leave my site. I though that was the point of API. Am i doing something wrong? Or does prestashop just not support it? Thanks, Seth
  5. the forums aren't really that helpful are they, Not even a response from Presta shop.
  6. I'm hosting my site with HostGator and noticed that the .htaccess generator wasn't working. I searched the forums but couldn't find an answer so i searched around the internet and found the info below. So i gave it a shot and it seems to be working perfectly. BTW the server i am on runs CentOS Linux. I found the below article here: http://prestashop-godaddy.blogspot.com/2009/02/how-to-get-prestashop-friendly-url-url.html Its been a long and frustrating time for all those who have had a terrible time trying to figure out and get help with the errors occuring after enabling Friendly URL's in PrestaShop. I myself had the same problem for about 1 whole month before finding the answer. I have taken the time to find out exactly what lines of code to add to the .htaccess file that will work for all webmasters working with a basic install. I was raging so much over this, and I'm sure many of you PrestaShop webmaster's were as well. I must share this with you because I cannot bear to think of the anxiety that many of you have and are going through. So pay attention. This is very simple! Put aside all methods everyone else has told you. This is for a standard installation using the Linux hosting packages. I personally use the deluxe hosting and my PrestaShop root is not in the main root of my hosting account, nor is the domain to that root tied to my account. So it doesn't matter where it is. Just as long as your store is up and running and you are waiting to get this over with! Make your ".HTACCESS" look exactly like this: # URL rewriting module activation RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{REQUEST_METHOD} !^(TRACE|TRACK|GET|POST|HEAD)$ RewriteRule .* - [F] RewriteBase / Options +FollowSymLinks # URL rewriting rules RewriteRule ^([a-zA-Z0-9-]*)/([0-9]+)\-([a-zA-Z0-9-]*)\.html(.*)$ product.php?id_product=$2$4 [L,E] RewriteRule ^([0-9]+)\-([a-zA-Z0-9-]*)\.html(.*)$ product.php?id_product=$1$3 [L,E] RewriteRule ^([0-9]+)\-([a-zA-Z0-9-]*)(.*)$ category.php?id_category=$1 [QSA,L,E] RewriteRule ^content/([0-9]+)\-([a-zA-Z0-9-]*)(.*)$ cms.php?id_cms=$1 [QSA,L,E] RewriteRule ^([0-9]+)__([a-zA-Z0-9-]*)(.*)$ supplier.php?id_supplier=$1$3 [QSA,L,E] RewriteRule ^([0-9]+)_([a-zA-Z0-9-]*)(.*)$ manufacturer.php?id_manufacturer=$1$3 [QSA,L,E] # Catch 404 errors ErrorDocument 404 /404.php Now... Yer not done just yet. Make sure you clear your browser's cookies if you dont notice any change. Also go to the sitemap module and update it just to be safe. The Results should take place as soon as your website says that your settings have been saved. Check your product pages and everything should be alright. With one exception. Some people can't get the proper URL to show up under "Recently Viewed" viewed items. I'm pretty sure you can just add another line in the ReWriteRule and it should work. But I don't have a need for that so I didn't bother researching.
  7. I'd like to change the look/color and the name of the newsletter as the link appears on my home page, anyone know how I would modify this?
  8. After spending several days trying to get the emails on prestashop to work on hostgator i thought i would post what works incase anyone else is having the problem. My biggest mistake was setting my Shop Email address to my gmail account instead of an email address at my domain. Since i did that i wasn't getting email from the get go, and assumed that PHP mail didn't work with hostgator. So i spent several days playing with the SMTP email, which i never got to work. HostGator does support PHP mail. Just verify that you are using an email address that is on the same domain as your shop. Below are the locations that you need to check: Preferences >> Contact Shop e-mail is set to: [email protected] Employees >> Contacts Both webmaster and Customer service have their email set to: [email protected]
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