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  1. I've been working on JSON and have found a way to send variables from the PHP to the JavaScript using AJAX and no JQuery. For an ecommerce site does it make more sense to send the variables : description, title, cost, etc. to the JavaScript page, or would it make more sense to echo the html on the PHP page? The idea, right now, is a product page for editing and deleting product. Thanks, Josh
  2. I am developing a eCommerce website for college semester project,but i am facing a problem with product variant. I want to create different variant and feature depending on products category with filtration. Example: http://www.flipkart.com/mobiles/samsung~brand/pr?sid=tyy,4io&otracker=ch_vn_mobile_filter_Top%20Brands_Samsung Please help me how to create table and fetch the data. Thanks...
  3. Hello i am working with woocommerce where i have products displayed on shop page now i want that user can purchase product only once. So i am trying to get the orders of user and trying to redirect to the user to my account page so i am using following code in functions.php <?php $user_id = get_current_user_id(); $current_user= wp_get_current_user(); $customer_email = $current_user->email; $args = array( 'post_type' => 'product', 'posts_per_page' => 12 ); $loop = new WP_Query( $args ); if ( $loop->have_posts() and is_page( 1036 )) { echo "has post"; } else { echo do_shortcode('[ recent_products per_page=20" columns="4" orderby="rand" order="rand]'); } ?> but its not working anyone can help.
  4. Hi all, I have quite a big issue regarding an e-commerce site I'm in the process of redeveloping. The company whom I work for sell hundreds of event tickets to clients worldwide. I've been tasked with rebuilding the entire shop as its very basic at the moment, and only accepts PP express. The shop itself only has a few categories so the design / layout isn't a problem for me. The main issue is with the dev site of things. They want me to integrate a so-called 'white label' or 'affiliate' type system so that other 'agencies' can register with ourselves. From there they would have access to our product list and be able to add them on their own shop. In turn they would receive a commission for every sale. I was thinking about going with Prestashop or Drupal but this kind ingratiation has me thinking if its even possible. I'm not even sure if there are any off-the-self solutions that would do exactly what we need, without hiring a developer.. anyone here have any experience building a similar system? Any guidance of any of this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks 4T7
  5. Len M. Kaiser Web Design is a freelance custom web design firm specializing in web design & development including forums, shopping carts, content management systems, & blogs skins and maintenance. I follow the Wc3 standards for coding and make sure that the sites & skins I create are 100% XHTML compliant. I also create complete 100% table less designs for a web site and some skin depending upon the template structure that is already built in. Len M. Kaiser Web Design is an affordable North Charleston, SC based freelance web design firm that also serves clients all over the world. I specialize in web design, development, maintenance, & custom vBulletin related services such as vBulletin 3 & 4 styles (skins), installs, template coding, upgrades & maintenance. I have 8 years of experience in the freelance web design business & 15 years experience working with vBulletin forums and offer a hands on, individual approach with each and every client. I offer totally unique designs for your web site, forum, CMS, blog or e-Commerce site. I also have experience in various other PHP scripts such as XenForo, Wordpress, Joomla, OSCommerce, CubeCart, phpBB, Drupal, Magento, X-Cart and more! Check out My Services for a more in depth listing of what I can do for you and your business or hobby site. I offer free quotes for potential clients. Services I offer: 1. Custom web design & development 2. Custom forum skins such as vBulletin, XenForo, phpBB, MyBB, etc 3. Custom E-Commerce skins such as OSCommerce, X-Cart, Magento, CubeCart, ZenCart etc. 4. Custom CMS skins such as Joomla, Drupal, iScripts SocialWare etc. 5. Custom Blog skins such as Wordpress, Tumblr, Blogger etc. 6. Web site Maintenance including backups, web site moves, some hosting setups etc. 7. Installations & upgrades of any PHP script, plugin, component or software. Thanks, Len M. Kaiser http://lenmakiser.com
  6. We has founded Vnextenions team since 2007 with the aim of providing best website design services to individuals, non-profit organizations, and any kind of businesses. Coming with us, your company can get professional services which are carried out by our hard-working and experienced team; moreover, you can save a lot of money for your projects. In addition to this, our team members are passionate about using technology to solve business issues. They are very responsible, aspirational, resourceful. They know that communication is a key ingredient and to ask questions if they don't know or understand something. Vnextensions provides services for: Joomla Development Wordpress Development Magento Development Custom software development Custom ecommerce and e-store website development Mobile application development For Hire PHP HTML5 AND CSS3 Design websites, logos Custom Joomla Templates, Magento themes, wordpress themes Website optimization and maintenance Java Developers Technical support Online training You can see some of our work below and our website at: http://profile.vnextensions.com/ If you are seeking best services (or other services not listed) don’t hesitate to contact us now we will meet your demands and make you satisfied. We will be available for you 24/7 and we also work with you to provide a very accurate quote and timeline. Finally, we are very flexible in regards to payment terms, payment arrangements, quotes, timeline and so forth. Contact us: Our website: http://profile.vnextensions.com/ Our email: team@vnextensions.com Our address: Oudegracht 179 (werf), 3511NE Utrecht
  7. Hi, I have an ecommerce site and i want to have a bookmarklet. I heard it should be done in javascript. Does anyone here who can help me? I'm a newbie but i'm a fast learner. thank you.
  8. Hi, I need help with my ecommerce site. Some of the things I need help with are as follows: paypal and credit card payment gateway easy automatic refunds through clickable button product upload (can add price, % off, $ off, and sale expiry date that removes % or $ off of price when it expires and also displays a price after the sale factor is calculated. Can also select product type and sub product type from corresponding custom iframe) product mangement (edit and delete) Account creation including adding locations of stores, adding flyers and adding special offers (have to have specific image size requirements for upload) Shopping cart with a shopping cart login page and billing info form. Wish list Product comparison Simple search with location and distance search modifier users location finder (gets the location of the user viewing the site and displays it in the location field) I need to know the estimated amount of time required to add each of these. The price I pay per hour will reflect on how many hours it takes to put this site together and get it working properly. Send me a message if you can help me with this site. Thanks, Luke!
  9. I was looking for a magento application for a ecommerce store and finally found a native application called Magento Android Application by Adodis at Android Market place. If you have any other application similar to this please let me know
  10. i am a php developer and wants to develop an ecommerce website where users can make postings of motorbikes to sell. Users should also be able to browse existing postings and search for bikes using set parameters. Anyone with clues on how I can go about building such a website? Thanks
  11. I want to start a project where members can buy and sell videogames and have some experience in OOP programing in MVC with actionscript and PHP. I'm looking for the best way to setup this platform with the benefits of all there is today on the frameworks. I want to speedup the process to make use of frameworks with functions which I use. I think I need a simple webshop framework like Opencart e.g and build the rest on top of it so that members can also sell their own videogames. What framework will do the trick best for me in this situation? I've play a little with Codeigniter but I'm asking myself if this will be good enough for future extensions ore must I go for Zend or Sympony with an ecommerce module or framework? Can you also tell me why it is the best setup for this platform? Thanks for your suggestions! Cheers
  12. I am having trouble getting my edit page for my ecommerce site to work. You can log in here: http://lpehrson.mydevryportfolio.com/webdev/admin_login.php The user name is test@test.com and the password is test. The edit page is here: here: http://lpehrson.mydevryportfolio.com/webdev/edit.php As you can see there are a lot of errors. I can't find where I went wrong in the code. I have attached the files to this post. If you could help that would be great. I got the following response on another form: The errors are pretty straight forward. Your include paths are wrong which is why your getting those errors, and your database username is still using an @localhost, which wont work on a live site. You need to call the right include directory, probably /includes/file.php would do it. or ../includes, i dont know how you have the directories structured, but you can figure that part out. As for accessing the DB you'll need to get server username , password and probably the database name from your hosting provider, make those changes and you'll be on the right track. I changed the includes and it did not fix it. How would I sign into the database? I am very new to PHP. Please help! LPehrsoniLab4 (2).zip
  13. i have a client he needs a ecommerce site and where he want to give permission to registered users that they can view only item for of one month after expiry of one month again the user can go for another
  14. I am mid install on ZenCart for one of my clients, but I have to admit that this is my first time installing an eCommerce shopping system. That having been said, I am having serious doubts about my choice. ZenCart appears to be very common, but I thought I would call on a much more experienced community (YOU!!!! yay!) for some guidance: - I need a scripted site where I can add products, prices, descriptions, etc - The site template needs to be easily customizable - I need to be able to integrate PayPal payments (credit cards) - Users are able to purchase products using a credit card WITHOUT registering any accounts Is ZenCart the right choice? If there is something much better, at a reasonable price, I am willing to pay ... TIA!
  15. I have a crude eCommerce website i am building (the-jewelry-district.com/store) and i want to create a breadcrumbs script. here is my product.php page. im not sure if i need the script on my index.php as well. right now i have a simple echo of the categories and sub categories in the table from the database. 7 fields to be exact. Here they are as defined in the script below: $category = $row["category"]; $subcategory = $row["subcategory"]; $sub_subcategory_1 = $row["sub_subcategory_1"]; $sub_subcategory_2 = $row["sub_subcategory_2"]; $sub_subcategory_3 = $row["sub_subcategory_3"]; $sub_subcategory_4 = $row["sub_subcategory_4"]; $sub_subcategory_5 = $row["sub_subcategory_5"]; The problem is if the product only requires "category", "subcategoty" & "sub_subcategory_1" only then the end result is something like this: Category | Subcategory | Sub-Subcategory_1 | | | | | I use " | " as the heirachy separator so at the end, the echo still prints these. I based my site off of a 20 video ecommerce php & MySQL tutorial on youtube by a gentleman by the name of Adam Khoury in case you guys are wondering where I got this code from. Here is the entire product.php script I have. The while loop pretty much describes the table I use for my products. <?php include "storescripts/script_error_reporting.php"; /*Check to see the URL variable is set and that it exists in the database*/ if (isset($_GET['id'])) { // Connect to the MySQL database include "storescripts/connect_to_mysql.php"; $id = ($_GET["id"]); /*Use this var to check to see if this ID exists, if yes then get the product details, if no then exit this script and give message why*/ $sql = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM products WHERE id='$id' LIMIT 1"); $productCount = mysql_num_rows($sql); // count the output amount if ($productCount > 0) { /*get all the product details*/ while($row = mysql_fetch_array($sql)){ $product_name = $row["product_name"]; $browser_tab_title = $row["browser_tab_title"]; $url_name = $row["url_name"]; $price = $row["price"]; $details = $row["details"]; $category = $row["category"]; $subcategory = $row["subcategory"]; $sub_subcategory_1 = $row["sub_subcategory_1"]; $sub_subcategory_2 = $row["sub_subcategory_2"]; $sub_subcategory_3 = $row["sub_subcategory_3"]; $sub_subcategory_4 = $row["sub_subcategory_4"]; $sub_subcategory_5 = $row["sub_subcategory_5"]; $image_a = $row["image_a"]; $image_b = $row["image_b"]; $image_c = $row["image_c"]; $image_d = $row["image_d"]; $date_added = strftime("%b %d, %Y", strtotime($row["date_added"])); } } else { echo "That item does not exist."; exit(); } } else { echo "Data to render this page is missing."; exit(); } mysql_close(); ?> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR...nsitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /> <title><?php echo $browser_tab_title; ?></title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="style/style.css" type="text/css" media="screen" /> </head> <body> <?php include_once("template_header.php");?> <div id="breadcrumbs"> <p> <?php echo "$category | $subcategory | $sub_subcategory_1 | $sub_subcategory_2 | $sub_subcategory_3 | $sub_subcategory_4 | $sub_subcategory_5"; ?> <br /> </p> </div><!--breadcrumbs--> <!--PERMANENT ABOVE--> <div id="prodcont"> <div id="product"> <div id="productContent"> <div class="prodimgl"> <img src="inventory_images/<?php echo $image_a; ?>.jpg" width="300" height="300" > <img src="inventory_images/<?php echo $image_b; ?>.jpg" width="300" height="300" > <!--<img src="inventory_images/<?php echo $image_c; ?>.jpg" width="300" height="300" >--> <p>View Full Size Image</p> <a href="inventory_images/<?php echo $image_a; ?>.jpg" target="_blank">A</a> <a href="inventory_images/<?php echo $image_b; ?>.jpg" target="_blank">B</a> <!--<a href="inventory_images/<?php echo $image_c; ?>.jpg" target="_blank">C</a>--> </div><!--prodimg1--> <div class="proddesc"> <h1> <?php echo $product_name; ?> </h1> <div id="productDescription"> <?php echo $details; ?> <br /> <?php echo "$".$price; ?> <br /> <br /> <br /> </p> <form id="form1" name="form1" method="post" action="cart.php"> <input type="hidden" name="pid" id="pid" value="<?php echo $id; ?>" /> <input type="submit" name="button" id="button" value="Add to Shopping Cart" /> </form> </div><!--productDescription--> </div><!--proddesc--> </div><!--productContent--> </div><!--product--> </div><!--prodcont--> <?php include_once("template_footer.php");?> </body> </html>
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