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In Topic: Making shadow border in website ?

24 July 2009 - 08:19 PM

What can't you find?

In Topic: Importing CSV file

24 July 2009 - 06:31 PM

I would recommend that you manually add a product through the backend. Then do an product export and let it export all fields.

then take the data you have and match it up to the headers that CS-Cart uses. The numbers you have for SKU would be the best pick to use for product code. You will not be able to import your data unless you modify the headers to be the same as CS-Cart generates in that export.

you do not need to use all of the fields, but product code is mandatory.

Well at least that is progress. Now I get an error "Your import file MUST have the following fields: Product code.


Is there a work around?? There is no way I can go through 20,000 products and add a product code. Could the I change the SKU to be the product code?

In Topic: Making shadow border in website ?

24 July 2009 - 06:26 PM

The Projection theme in 2.06 uses a shadow. You could investigate the CSS and files of that theme.

In Topic: After creating new account

22 July 2009 - 12:50 PM

Excuse the bump. But I'm hoping to get a few more eyes on this post.

Anyone have any ideas?

In Topic: Merging Users from 2 CS-Cart stores

21 July 2009 - 07:09 PM

My guess is that if you were to export the records from the users, user_data, user_mailing_lists, and user_profiles tables from one store, you may be able to then import those records into the other store's tables.

I'm not sure if user_session_products would apply from one store to the next.

DISCLAIMER: I have not tried this and I am far from knowledgeable in database management. I offer this is what I would try if I needed to do the same thing.

Backing up, of course, will mitigate your risks.

Good luck ;) - please report your findings.