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Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« on: November 14, 2007, 08:39:05 AM »



Bakery is a WebsiteBaker Shop Module

Please visit the Bakery website where you will find:
  • a showcase
  • a feature list
  • information about shop settings
  • detailed know how
  • a list of suitable snippets
  • a download section

 > Bakery Thread auf Deutsch


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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2007, 12:09:11 PM »
great !
i've been waiting for this cart module  :lol:

Thank you !
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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2007, 04:23:54 PM »
Trying to save changes to the setting page, I get
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Unknown column 'page_offline' in 'field list'


The update from 0.5 said it was successful however. I tried it again. Still the same issue.

I deleted the page & module, reinstalled, recreated, and it was okay then.  I guess the update script forgot to check for that column.

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2007, 08:29:55 AM »
Wonderfull module, this is realy good work.
For small shops it is just perfect.
« Last Edit: November 26, 2007, 11:45:00 AM by erikp01 »

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #4 on: November 15, 2007, 02:25:39 PM »
Yes there is a problem with updating from version 0.5 to version 0.6.

I have tryed to find out how to fix it but I cannot find the problem.

BUT Version 0.6 is indeed Wonderfull.
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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #5 on: November 15, 2007, 03:45:53 PM »
@DGEC and @Bennie_wijs

Yes, you are right... Version 0.6 has NO upgrade script.  Sorry!
But the good news: I am working on it...
As soon as the upgrade script will work I will post Bakery v0.6.1

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #6 on: November 15, 2007, 04:49:52 PM »
Ah! That would explain it.

Oddly... WB reported "upgrade successful".  It should be checking for the presence of an upgrade script, I'd think.

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #7 on: November 15, 2007, 05:21:10 PM »
@DGEC:
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Oddly... WB reported "upgrade successful".  It should be checking for the presence of an upgrade script, I'd think.
Maybe this link helps to understand better (see section Optional files).

Installation sucessfull/failed is displayed, if the module does not already exist. If the model exists, it writes Upgrade sucessfull/failed. Upgrade means all files will be replaced and if a upgrade.php exists, this file will be invoked by WB (e.g. to update entries in the DB).

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #8 on: November 16, 2007, 07:29:47 AM »
Great module!

Is it possible to display f.i. 3 items on the home page and then when 'clicked' the item is dispayed on a new page.
Something like the news snippet.
Not on the homepage?

Jan

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #9 on: November 16, 2007, 08:13:11 PM »
Is it possible to display f.i. 3 items on the home page and then when 'clicked' the item is dispayed on a new page.

Hi Jan

I'm not sure about your question...

1.
You can make a Bakery section on your homepage. Bakery will generate a product detail page for you and - of course - will link to it as well.

2.
And an other way: You can publish Bakery products on your homepage using a WYSIWYG editor. Then you have to make a Bakery page and link to the product detail page manually.

Hope this will help!

Christoph

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #10 on: November 16, 2007, 08:35:11 PM »
As soon as the upgrade script will work I will post Bakery v0.6.1

Ok, here we go...
Bakery v0.6.1 now includes a upgrade script that lets you upgrade from older Bakery versions.
Download it from the link at the bottom of this post (you must be logged in!).

Christoph


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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #11 on: November 17, 2007, 07:06:33 AM »
Christoph,

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You can make a Bakery section on your homepage. Bakery will generate a product detail page for you and - of course - will link to it as well.

I understand that.
When you 'click' on a item the detail page shows but also all the sections of my homepage.
Is it possible when you 'click' a item only the product detailpage shows and not (in my case) the other sections of my homepage?

Jan

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #12 on: November 17, 2007, 06:18:27 PM »
When you 'click' on a item the detail page shows but also all the sections of my homepage.
Is it possible when you 'click' a item only the product detailpage shows and not (in my case) the other sections of my homepage?

No, unfortunately I don't see a chance to do that.
You have to go for the second suggestion:

You can publish Bakery products on your homepage using a WYSIWYG editor. Then you have to make a Bakery page and link to the product detail page manually.

Christoph

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #13 on: November 17, 2007, 07:43:21 PM »
Christoph,

I have made a snippet based on bakery and anynews.
I am not a php guru thus it is proberly not perfect, but it works.

Code:
Only registered users can see contents. Please click here to Register or Login.
zip and readme attached

Jan

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #14 on: November 21, 2007, 09:57:51 AM »
How do you change the files to use other than paypal? I want to use paymate.

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #15 on: November 21, 2007, 11:52:30 AM »
@Jan
I have made a snippet based on bakery and anynews.

Hi Jan
This is a very nice snippet that enhances the features of Bakery.
I tested it today and so far everything worked well.
Thank you for the great work!

Christoph


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How do you change the files to use other than paypal? I want to use paymate.

Open the view_pay.php file and edit the vars on line 110 to 139.
PayPal is using the POST method, for Paymate - as far as I've seen - you have to change it to GET.

Edit the text about PayPal in the language file and look for the vars starting with $MOD_BAKERY['TXT_PP_...


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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #16 on: November 28, 2007, 11:54:52 AM »

New Version of Bakery:

VERSION 0.7 (11/28/2007)

  • Settings are now separated into general settings and page settings
    General settings are shop settings which apply to all Bakery pages and can not differ from page to page. Page settings apply to one Bakery page only.
  • Payment method (pay in advance / paypal) can now be selected
  • Email to shop is not sent as bcc: any more but as a second email
  • Changed the default value for item quantity to 1
  • Now deletes the WB_PATH.MEDIA_DIREC TORY./bakery directory when Bakery gets uninstalled

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #17 on: November 28, 2007, 12:39:25 PM »
Hi,

It's getting better and better!

However I got an error on the summary page:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '"', expecting ',' or ';' in /modules/bakery/view_summary.php on line 170

greetings,

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #18 on: November 28, 2007, 04:54:52 PM »

Hi MacSmet

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '"', expecting ',' or ';' in /modules/bakery/view_summary.php on line 170

Thanks for testing and reporting the bug.
It was a typo on line 170 that caused the parsing error. I fixed it and you can replace the old view_summary.php by the new one (download it from my post above).

Best,
Christoph
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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #19 on: November 28, 2007, 05:25:09 PM »
Hallo

Just installed the version 0.7 (for the first time)...

I have 2 remarks/problems:

1) When I click "In den Warenkorb/Order" I get a "Not Found" error -> "The requested URL /b2b/pages.php was not found on this server"... However the shop URL looks like ".../b2b/pages/de/e-shop.php" (P.S: I have a multilingual site)

2) For the future I would consider associating the VAT tax field to the products as each product can have a different VAT tax rate...

Thx & congratulations!
Rick

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #20 on: November 28, 2007, 06:23:14 PM »

Hi Rick

1) When I click "In den Warenkorb/Order" I get a "Not Found" error -> "The requested URL /b2b/pages.php was not found on this server"... However the shop URL looks like ".../b2b/pages/de/e-shop.php" (P.S: I have a multilingual site)

Make sure the "Proceed Shopping URL" in the page settings points to a Bakery page or at least a page containing a Bakery section otherwise Bakery will not work!
Read more about on the Bakery Website.

Thanks for testing and your remark about VAT.

Best,
Christoph
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« Reply #21 on: November 28, 2007, 07:22:36 PM »
Christophe

Thx, it works now!

I think it is an excellent piece of software. If you have a "list of wishes" I'd like to add mine:

  • Associate VAT to the single products...
  • Within a checkout process (Let's say I am in step 3) I'd like to go back to step 1 -> Idea, implement the 1,2,3 steps/numbers as links...
  • Make the "Vorauszahlung" option configurable. In my case, I do bill my customers (the bill is sent together with the products) -> Idea, make the text you display in checkout step 3 configurable...
  • Sequence number as "Bestellnummer": This is a small issue. It just gives an idea to customers how well your sales are going (If in 6 months the number changes from 1 to 4 that might not be that great) -> Idea, keep the number you have for internal purposes (customer will not see it). Then add a new one = timestamp for example for the customers bestellnummer...
  • In my case the e-shop is "for members only". I therefore know who is logged in and there is no need to fill in a shipping address, etc... (I already asked this question some month ago and you told me what files need to be changed). I know this is asking too much but what would be amazing is if it would be possible to associate a shipping address to a WB user. Then when checking out the logged-in user would jump directly to step 2 showing the adress (that the user can still modify if he'd like)...

P.S: Well, I do also understand that adding more and more features might increase complexity for you as programmer but also for the administrators... One of the main thing of WB is its simplicity :)

Thx & cheers,
Rick

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #22 on: November 28, 2007, 08:06:18 PM »
Hi,

I didn't use or test this module but is there a possibility to choose between a size (for t-shirts like XS, S, M, L, XL) and/or a color?
Sorry if this is a stupid question  :|

Grtz,
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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #23 on: November 28, 2007, 09:11:28 PM »
Hi I want to use this for a few products. Is there any way I could include the last 5 added products to display on another page e.g: Home Page

Thanks

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #24 on: November 29, 2007, 01:27:45 PM »

@Rick
  • Associate VAT to the single products...
  • Within a checkout process (Let's say I am in step 3) I'd like to go back to step 1 -> Idea, implement the 1,2,3 steps/numbers as links...
  • Sequence number as "Bestellnummer": This is a small issue. It just gives an idea to customers how well your sales are going (If in 6 months the number changes from 1 to 4 that might not be that great) -> Idea, keep the number you have for internal purposes (customer will not see it). Then add a new one = timestamp for example for the customers bestellnummer...
  • In my case the e-shop is "for members only". I therefore know who is logged in and there is no need to fill in a shipping address, etc... (I already asked this question some month ago and you told me what files need to be changed). I know this is asking too much but what would be amazing is if it would be possible to associate a shipping address to a WB user. Then when checking out the logged-in user would jump directly to step 2 showing the adress (that the user can still modify if he'd like)...

Hi Rick

Thanks for your feedback and this elaborated list! The ideas are good but I dont know if I will have the time to consider them...
No doubt, the list of wishes is without limits... Due to this fact most common e-commerce solutions are huge. Bakery is a small shop, and as you said yourself...
One of the main thing of WB is its simplicity :)
  • Make the "Vorauszahlung" option configurable. In my case, I do bill my customers (the bill is sent together with the products) -> Idea, make the text you display in checkout step 3 configurable...

At least you can modify this in the bakery/languages/DE.php (or EN.php) file on about line 178. Look for the vars:
$MOD_BAKERY['TXT_ADVANCE_PAYMENT'], $MOD_BAKERY['TXT_AP_CONFIRMATION'], ...


@Luckyluke

Hi
For every item you can set a different item option (eg. colour) and unlimited option attributes (eg. red, green, blue...).
Read more about on the Bakery Website.


@daydreamer

Hi
You can use a snippet called Anyitems by Jan (Seagull) to show products of a specified section on another page.

But if you want to show the last 5 products you have to do some coding. Anyitems is a good file to start from...

PLEASE NOTE: 
  • Bakery v0.6.1 requires Anyitems v0.1
  • Bakery v0.7 requires Anyitems v0.2



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