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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #25 on: November 29, 2007, 08:02:31 PM »
Thanks for that.

Another Question: Is there a way to set the main product image to a certain size e.g: 300 x 300
And make the thumbnail click to enlarge in popup window.

Thanks

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #26 on: November 30, 2007, 12:19:05 PM »
@ daydreamer
Another Question: Is there a way to set the main product image to a certain size e.g: 300 x 300
No, Bakery can not do that. Use your image editing software. Most of them feature a batch mode to make the job easier.

And make the thumbnail click to enlarge in popup window.
By default Bakery can not do that neither.

But you can do it by coding a little bit yourself.
Add a JS onClick handler and a JS window.open to the thumbnail <a> tag in the Bakery page settings -> layout section. Set the URL parameter to [IMAGE].
Finaly you have to modify the view.php file on about line 599 ( // Replace vars with values).
Befor line 599 add the code:
if(file_exists(WB_PATH.MEDIA_DIREC TORY.'/bakery/image'.$item['item_id'].'.'.$ext)) {
    $image = THUMB_PREPEND.WB_UR L.MEDIA_DIRECTORY.'/bakery/image'.$item['item_id'].'.'.$ext.THUMB_APPEND;
}

After line 599 add a new var [IMAGE] into the array $vars and let it be replace by the value of $image.

Christoph

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #27 on: December 02, 2007, 09:40:13 AM »
Many Thanks Christoph.

Do you also know where I can set the image size on the product view.
Also in the page settings for Header Product loop etc where can I change that so If a new bakery page is added the content is the same everytime.

Thanks
« Last Edit: December 02, 2007, 10:30:58 AM by daydreamer »

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #28 on: December 02, 2007, 11:02:17 AM »
@ daydreamer

Do you also know where I can set the image size on the product view.
This is about the same question like...
Another Question: Is there a way to set the main product image to a certain size e.g: 300 x 300
that I have already answered in the last post!

Also in the page settings for Header Product loop etc where can I change that so If a new bakery page is added the content is the same everytime.
First add all your Bakery pages.
Then go to the page settings of the Bakery page you have already modyfied to your needs.
Befor saving this page settings again check the radio Update settings except of the "Proceed Shopping URL" of ALL shop pages?.

Christoph

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #29 on: December 10, 2007, 03:25:22 PM »
Hi, great module. I have been waiting for this module for a while.   :-D

Can anyone advise me on this? How do I calculate international shipping? Because if I send something to my own country UK it will obviously be different if I post it to Australia. Any ideas on how to do this? Or any ideas on what alternatives there are?

Cheers :)

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #30 on: December 13, 2007, 07:13:22 PM »

Hello Bakers!

Do you want the WB search to provide a direct link from the search result page to the matching Bakery item?
Furthermore: Do you want the WB search to search the modules in your own special order and to show an excerpt?

Then have a look at this page here:
http://nettest.thekk.de
...and you will find an improved search for WebsiteBaker version 2.6.7.
Please read about installation carefully!

Best,
Christoph


brent

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #31 on: December 15, 2007, 03:32:41 PM »
This is a wonderful long awaited project. I will be using this for sure!

Some suggestions:

In the Add/Modify Product, needs the ability to change the image. Presently you have to delete the whole page and start over to do that.

The Address in the shopping cart needs a field for State. Currently You can include a City and State on the same line as long as you don't separate by comma.

Order Summary Address in US should be Name, Street, City, State, Zip.

Is there a way to remove some of the countries off of the list since for me it would be domestic / US customers?


I know this takes time, and I certainly appreciate this.

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #32 on: December 15, 2007, 07:34:54 PM »

Hi brent

Thanks for your feedback and your suggestions! I know the module is based on Europeen circumstances and lacks the US address format... Do you have any suggestions on how to include it without changing the EU address format?

In the Add/Modify Product, needs the ability to change the image. Presently you have to delete the whole page and start over to do that.

DON'T delete the whole page!!!
You can delete the image in the "Add/Modify Product" page by checking delete and click the save button. Then recall the same "Add/Modify Product" page where now you will find an upload field for the new image!

Is there a way to remove some of the countries off of the list since for me it would be domestic / US customers?

Yes. Please read the section COUNTRIES on the Bakery Website.

Best,
Christoph
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brent

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #33 on: December 16, 2007, 01:52:51 AM »
Thanks,
I took care of the country list and learned how to change product images. Much appreciated if you could make the address in American format.

Thanks,
Brent

orko3001

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #34 on: December 16, 2007, 08:46:03 PM »
Hi all, I would like to have three shipping options. One for UK, one for Europe and one for the rest of the world. Can you tell me which files to edit and tell me what to do? I am happy to do the work and have it as a mod for the community, just need advice. Cheers.

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« Reply #35 on: December 16, 2007, 09:29:27 PM »
One for UK, one for Europe and one for the rest of the world.

Hi orko3001

Easiest way to do it would be to hard code it into view-summary.php file about line 140 AND 325. Look for the "Select shipping rate" comment!

Modify the code

// Select shipping rate
if($cust_country == $setting_shop_country) {
    $setting_shipping_rate = $setting_shipping_domestic;
    }
else {
    $setting_shipping_rate = $setting_shipping_abroad;
}

to

// Select shipping rate
if($cust_country == $setting_shop_country) {
    $setting_shipping_rate = $setting_shipping_domestic;
    }
elseif($cust_country == "AL" || "AT" || "BE" || "BG" || "CH" || "DE" || "DK" || "EE" || "FI" || "FR" || "GR" || "GL" || "IE" || "IS" || "IT" || "LI" || "LV" || "LT" || "MT" || "NL" || "NO" || "PL" || "PT" || "RO" || "RU" || "SE" || "SK" || "SI" || "ES" || "CZ" || "TR" || "HU" || "CY") {
    $setting_shipping_rate = 8.00;
}

else {
    $setting_shipping_rate = $setting_shipping_abroad;
}

Adapt the list of europeen countries to fit your needs by deleting or adding country codes in the same way it is done in the example. Change the shipping for Europe (in the example 8.00) to your rate.
Domestic and world wide shipping can be set in the Bakery general settings as usual.

Best,
Christoph

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #36 on: December 17, 2007, 01:45:37 PM »
Hi,
i have a question, I would handle 5000 articles in my shop. Is bakery the right choice???
And dataimport. Is this possible? And how?

Sorry for my terrible english.

Thank´s a lot

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« Reply #37 on: December 17, 2007, 02:39:31 PM »
I would handle 5000 articles in my shop. Is bakery the right choice???
And dataimport. Is this possible? And how?

Hi vw-classics

No, dataimport is not possible with bakery.
You could do it by exporting your sql data and reimporting to the WB database with a sql tool like phpMyAdmin...
But, you are probably better off with a full featured e-commerce programm!

Why dont you want to stick to your osCommerce installation?

Gruss,
Christoph


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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #38 on: December 17, 2007, 05:50:12 PM »
Hey Man,

I agree there ... do stick to your E-Commerce Package instead of using WB for it ... I think you will be better off.

cheers

Klaus

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #39 on: December 17, 2007, 07:35:39 PM »
Chris,

I am having 2 problems with v0.7

1) Small one: the "selected" in the <SELECT> html tag for country is not set correctly -> Always the first country is selected -> "Albania"... I however have "CH" set in the config...

2) My shop pages are "private". When I am logged-in during the checkout process and I do push the last button "Ich bezahle per Vorauskasse" I get an error window and I get logged-out... See attached snapshot...

P.S: Do you already know if someone started french translation? I might be able to help translate...

Thanks,
Rick

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« Reply #40 on: December 17, 2007, 10:50:48 PM »

Hi Rick

1) Small one: the "selected" in the <SELECT> html tag for country is not set correctly -> Always the first country is selected -> "Albania"... I however have "CH" set in the config...

Please read the section about COUNTRIES on the Bakery Website.
As an example I have attached a modified country file where CH = [1].


2) My shop pages are "private". When I am logged in during the checkout process and I do push the last button "Ich bezahle per Vorauskasse" I get an error window and I get logged out... See attached snapshot...

Well, thats the way Bakery does... because it kills the session after payment has been completed...


P.S: Do you already know if someone started french translation? I might be able to help translate...

Non, je ne sais pas. Mais volontiers, car mon français n'est pas very good!
Just now I am working on v0.8 so better wait until it is finished.
Thanks a lot for your offer!


Best,
Christoph

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #41 on: December 18, 2007, 08:18:26 AM »
Hi Chris,

Thx for your answers...

Well, I can live with the "kill-session-after-payment" (is somehow logical) but I cannot figure out why I get the error message window (attached in my previous post)... Do I have to redirect in bakery after payment to the website's homepage? How & where to define this?

P.S: I'll wait for v0.8 to start with the french translations...

Thx,
Rick

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« Reply #42 on: December 18, 2007, 11:00:49 AM »

Hi Rick

...and I do push the last button "Ich bezahle per Vorauskasse" I get an error window and I get logged-out... See attached snapshot...

The error message is caused by the module post_its that uses the XAJAX framework. XAJAX is likely to fail when Bakery kills the session. But I am not sure about that. Please ask Christian (doc) http://forum.WebsiteBaker.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3125 the author of the module for further information.

Best,
Christoph


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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #43 on: December 21, 2007, 06:07:24 PM »
Hi,

Thanks in advance for helping a complete idiot / newbie.

Your Bakery Cart is great, and I am enjoying learning it.  My question is, I am selling tours which the customer also needs to specify the day of booking.  How can I capture that information?  Can I add more options to grab day, then month, then year, then number of people...  How would I write that into the page layout settings box, would I need / how to adjust the database to accept that, and have it all show up in the View Cart pages?

Grateful for any response in layman language...  My first site...

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« Reply #44 on: December 22, 2007, 07:37:08 PM »
Hi, Maybe I could just use one option in the full format of "Date, Month & Year" and then I would type in all say 365 days of the year as choosable options.  I tried it, but in the "option attributes" box I am only allowed 146 characters there, not nearly enough to type all the days in there.  Is there a way to increase the characters allowed in that "options attributes" box???

Thanks again...

trippnicki

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #45 on: December 23, 2007, 07:45:47 AM »
Hi again Christoph,

So I have learned how to enlargen the "maxlength" value of your php code so I can fit all the dates there under one drop down box...  Yippee.

However, I am realizing I still need to write more options into the shopping cart, in my case the tour price depends on number of people coming, and I need to collect other information such as tour start time, pickup location (ie their hotel)... 

I am struggling to learn this on my own, progress is slow, and would be very appreciate of any guidance you might offer.

Thanks

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Re: Bakery: Small Shop Module (ORIGINAL TOPIC)
« Reply #46 on: December 23, 2007, 03:09:06 PM »

Hi trippnicki

Strange, but I do not get any notifications on this thread any more... ???
Sorry for letting you struggling -- but as far I have seen, you have done very well!

I am realizing I still need to write more options into the shopping cart, in my case the tour price depends on number of people coming, and I need to collect other information such as tour start time, pickup location (ie their hotel)... 
Bakery just provides one option and this will not change for the next version. Bakery is a small shop, and remember, one of the main things of WB is simplicity...
You might have your customers complete a special form after booking to gather all informations you require?! You could even try to include this form just befor payment...
Try to do this in the view.php file about lines 400/401.

Best,
Christoph


 

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« Reply #47 on: December 23, 2007, 05:38:01 PM »
Hello,
Will the next version have an American format for address (Address, City, State, Zip) ? This cart is perfect for my needs otherwise.

Thanks,
Brent

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« Reply #48 on: December 24, 2007, 12:16:21 PM »
Hi Brent

Will the next version have an American format for address (Address, City, State, Zip) ? This cart is perfect for my needs otherwise.

Yes, your Christmas gift lies under the tree yet... (I have implemented a setting in v0.8, where you can change the address format.)

Best,
Christoph

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« Reply #49 on: December 24, 2007, 02:46:42 PM »
Awesome!
And Merry Christmas to you Chris,

Brent