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  1. @datakick, when speaking for newsletters I think you should check the URLs of the emails that the forum sends when there's an answer to some topic. Every time the link is broken like this one: This happens only on mobile for some reason. In incognito, loged in or in Firefox it shows the proper content. And the button "Go to the post" links to: Does mobile chrome somehow truncate the URLs in this case?
  2. I believe that by 'core' he/she means the coreupdater module folder 😉
  3. @datakick, yesterday I put the new coreupdater on one of my shops just to check it and I failed to find the option where I was able to select which version to update/downgrade. I only see the two main channels. I think this option was very nice and probably you should think of bringing it back. Soon or later it will save some merchant from module incompatibility or else. Best regards for the great work! 😉
  4. Good to know, Now pass us the aff links and never log back in! 😄
  5. Do you have advanced stock enabled? If so check if the products that lack shipping are associated with the warehouse that ships with your shipping option.
  6. If you have Color and Size In color you have blue and red In size you have S, M and L. You only have Red in S. Blue in all sizes If your customer select Red in M or L TB will hide the button. You have to have your default combination to something that you have in stock otherwise when opening the page the customer will see no Buy now button and has to interact with your design (and keeping in mind how stupid are 50% of the population they never do) :)
  7. I would strongly advice to use the services of someone more used with PS and TB for your issue before you funk up your website even more. It's probably a trivial bug but it must be dealt with with attention.
  8. Those files should NOT be in /modules/ folder. There should be only index.php and some folders (each full with files and folders of each module). Those files should be in root. About class_index.php - yes, this is a list of all your modules, classes and overrides if it's missing the system makes it and sometimes it makes problems. So there was not change when you deleted it?
  9. As last resort I would try clearing the class_index.php file in cache folder. Of course you should return your modules folder to the prior state before that and try this. But I'm out of ideas. Probably check the error logs (highly doubt you will find something worth looking at) and somebody with more experience should log in and troubleshoot for you. If you have new hosting account in the meantime you can try and upload there the last working backup and try with php 7.0 or 7.1. If nothing else helps this will be a viable option to simply redirect your dns.
  10. At the moment some of your external modules (that are installed and turned on) does not want to work with 7.3. ONLY IF YOU HAVE COMPLETE AND SECURE BACKUP WITH ALL YOUR FILES IN MODULES folder you can start deleting the modules folders for all external modules (starting with the most likely bad players, probably you know which modules don't play nicely lately). After each deletion go in your modules page and refresh. If again you see blank continue until you remove the bad module and you can access your Modules page. Then you can copy back all deleted modules in the folder except the bad one. Then you we can proceed with troubleshooting, updating, migration, etc. Don't install, reinstall and make quick and stupid moves if you're not sure in 110% in your backups! This can be fixed very easy. If you install fresh copy and paste db you will end up with a shop copy with no media files (for products, theme, etc). I doubt you wish to add them all one by one after that if this is not the very last resort. Regards!
  11. As said before - before migration you should turn off all external modules and disable all overrides. Then migrate, then update according to your list (you can update all internal modules at once, no need to be one by one), then turn back on your external modules one by one and observe for problems (blank screen, issues in FO and BO, functionality issues) and then introduce your overrides (if needed with TB). I think updating in 7.3 should not be an issue (for PS and TB core) but you may encounter issues with modules that are old. Regarding your restored shop - try clearing all internal caches, the host cache (if present) and your browser cache and check if it solves the problem with the tabs. If you backed up all files by FTP and db is OK this should be the only problem (caching issues).
  12. If by deleting .htaccess you see your images then dig deeper here. Delete the old file and leave the CMS to create blank new one.
  13. It says so to everybody that updated to bleeding edge. This is not 1.3 final.
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