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Frozen Tundra

Member Since 27 Feb 2007
Offline Last Active Apr 26 2007 06:32 PM

Topics I've Started

CS-Cart Forums Fund Raising Category

18 April 2007 - 01:35 PM

I was easily sold on CS-Cart features and mostly the great forums community envolvement. I use the forums to gain knowledge on how to resolve an issues or to find out how to setup the cart. Unfortunately, I do not have the time to keep up with the postings on a daily or weekly basis. I ended up finding fund raising threads for new modules or module redesigns by accident.

I propose on making a main category solely for CS-Cart members who want to generate enough money to pay for an existing CS-Cart software development quote. Then each thread would contain the CS-Cart quote, brainstorming revision ideas, fund raising status and current development status. Maybe the admins should control starting out the first threads so that the number of threads are kept down to the bare minum and to identify the quotes as either new mods or redesigns. This thread would be basically be a software development donation shopping thread for us CS-Cart members. Making it easier to find, review, and check the status of software mods could help raise more money faster. We all want to make CS-Cart even better but we all have different priorities on these mods. Organizing the CS-Cart quotes funding could generate the bucks faster and save the quote oringators some bucks at the same time. I propose new forum main topics something like this:

CS-Cart Community Forums > CS-Cart > Wishlist & Future Requests (Preliminary Brainstorming before getting a CS-Cart quote)

CS-Cart Community Forums > CS-Cart > Quote Fund Raising > New Mods (for new modules)

CS-Cart Community Forums > CS-Cart > Quote Fund Raising > Mod Redesigns (for rewriting existing modules)

I really believe that if we better organize the quote fund raising that several of these will get funded. :)

CS-Cart Order Information to Accounting

14 April 2007 - 02:00 AM

I know that there is a mod for importing data into Quickbooks, but I am running Sage Peachtree Complete 2007. My question is how do you guys handle the accounting side of the CS-Cart orders? Do you physically type in the customer information and order details into your accounting application?...a lot of typing. Or do you import data files by date into your account program. Are there any mods out there for Sage applications? I just want to checkout your processes before I start coding a sales export mod.

Looking for some good advice from the experienced store owners. :cool:

Admin Catalog Manage Product Pages

22 March 2007 - 05:47 PM

I know that there is a "Search for products" section on the Admin Catalog: Manage Product web page; however, it would be nice to have a simple alphabet menu to click verses doing a product search everytime. The alphabet menu should be tied to the Product name. Add this feature and also keep the pages menu.

Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Range: 1..6 (drop down)

Cart Installation on SSL Domain

01 March 2007 - 01:36 PM

Thanks to all of the previous posts on suggesting ways to install the CS-Cart on various web hosts. After a couple of days I finally found a path to successfully install the application without any permission errors.

I am confused about the installation of the cart on my private SSL web site. The config.php setup is listed below and appears to be correctly setup by the installation script.

// Host and directory where cs-cart is installed on usual server
$cscart_http_host = 'www.mywebsite.com';
$cscart_http_dir = '/store';

// Host and directory where cs-cart is installed on secure server
$cscart_https_host = 'secure.mywebsite.com';
$cscart_https_dir = '/';

I also enabled the SSL in the Admin Setup section. Enable secure connection in checkout (SSL certificate is required to be installed on your server)

But there was no code installed on the SSL secure.mywebsite.com. Do I have to install CS-Cart again on the secured web site? Which CS-Cart files goes there? What am I missing here?