According to upgrade process you have to
Go to your modules directory and DELETE all of your stats module except statsdata and statsmodule.
Also delete the modules graphnvd3, gridhtml, pagesnotfound, and sekeywords.
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Hi again, i have found the solution, theme developer told me (very friendly, thank you):
change in shopping-cart-advanced.tpl
Now the customer can change the quantity also in OPC. I think this is theme based and no bug in TB, but maybe someone find it useful here too.
Thank you very much for your help.
The problem I really had is that I could not see the code, I only have access to the webservice. That’s why I’ve had so many problems to know what kind of encryption that function used on the inside.
I really appreciate your help.
@yaniv14 said in Can't add new category > missing column in database?:
ALTER TABLE ps_category ADD COLUMN display_from_sub tinyint(1) UNSIGNED NOT NULL DEFAULT 0 AFTER active;
Thanks, this seems to work
Hi @Saha ,
@wakabayashi created a loyalty points module: https://forum.thirtybees.com/topic/1505/free-module-loyalty-points-genzo_krona.
You can download it here:
Thank you for your suggestion, it worked for the most part.
When I disabled the multistore for store 2 (after changing the default store to store 2) it set most of the default information to that of store 1; including the contact information, the logo on the home page, the image in the top banner, the stripe, paypal and amazon pay keys.
Now I have to figure out how to delete the orders from store 1 that belong to store 2 and vice versa :|
Also recaptcha is not working in store 2. I thought it was a multistore problem but I guess it is not. That is a problem for another day…
P.S.: regarding 4: if you can’t have the same database user/password in your development installation vs. your public server, you have to edit config/settings.inc.php before doing the upload. What needs change is pretty obvious in there.
I don’t think there are shopping bots. It’s just some random bots, that keep following links. If your theme has “Add to Cart” links, then they will follow it. Most of the time it’s the button in category view. Those bots ignore “no-follow” and “robots.txt”. Blocking them will not help, because there are thousands, if not millions of them. The only way to stop it, is to remove Add-to-Cart Buttons that are defined as links or replace them with a JS based button.
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