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  1. Over the past year I have developed a new service that works with thirty bees along with other major e-commerce platforms called CalltoTrack. CalltoTrack gives you a phone number when you sign up, and allows callers to check their order status and shipments, without tying up a customer service agent. So you can provide callers with order information 24 hours a day. There are over 30 different voicing options, and orders can automatically be looked up by the callers phone number, so they do not have to enter anything. Find out More
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    module Viva Wallet

    They do have a repo for a 1.6 version that might work, https://github.com/VivaPayments/API/tree/master/Plugins/prestashop/prestashop1.5-1.6/vivawallet
  3. I am fully aware of that, that is the whole point about knowledge graphs. But let me quote what you said earlier. If someone is just looking for information, and not wanting to purchase, for me its better if they just get it from google and move on. I don't want them to land on the site, skew the metrics, and make it where re-targeting ads are shown to them. I want to target transactional keywords, where users have the intent of buying.
  4. I am not sure if you understand what structured data is. It is invisible data that a user never sees. It allows you to send information to search engines, without cluttering the page for users. Structured data is not so much a ranking factor, it helps google classify the pages better. That means that your pages will be shown to more relevant users, with an idea that it will increase your conversion rates. Here is an article that Mueller from Google talks about it. https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-structured-data-ranking/335781/#close
  5. Its not a double sided sword at all. Structured data / json+ld data is not even viewed by the end user. Its hidden, its just for search engines. Its better traffic quality you want, not quantity. That is why you use the structured data to try to rank for actionable keywords and not informational keywords. Its all a strategy.
  6. This is not true. The more information, the more relevant your page becomes for other search results.
  7. Oh, I missed the screenshots, I just saw where he posted 1.7.17. You are right.
  8. That version of PrestaShop is not supported by the module.
  9. The back office uses relative links. If you access it via https all links will point relatively to https. If you access it via http all links will relatively point to http. A few versions ago chrome made it harder to access things by http. and hides the www sub domain and also the protocol by default.
  10. Its always going to be slow and you are going to always get latency doing what you are wanting to do. But the easiest way to do it, would be to bind mariadb to port 443 on the database server, block all ips from accessing port 443 except your main machine. But like I said, it will be slow because oft the ssl negotiation.
  11. How you are wanting to do it is the wrong way to do it. I am assuming you have two different machines or instances in a data center. What you need to do, is on the database instance close off any external networking, and have it only accessible by the local network. That way, no one outside your network ever reaches your machine. While it can be done in the way you want, it is not advisable and would be pretty complex. Your database out of the box is going to use port 3306, but your ssl certificate is going to bind to port 443. So you will need to bind the ssl to port 3306, then on your front facing machine, you will have to set up port 443 to also expect that 3306 on the database machine is using ssl. If you are using digital ocean or similar, look into private networking, it is made for this and is 100 times more secure. Only machines that have a physical wire can connect to your database.
  12. If you have root access cpanel's transfer tool can transfer a site from DA to cpanel.
  13. Let me preface this with stating the obvious, I am no longer with thirty bees and I don't speak for them in any official copacity. These are my own opinions. Now that is out of the way, Mark, you are a pain in the ass. You don't offer anything to the project, you donated $20 2 years ago. One thing I think is very complex for you to understand is that @Smile bought the company for a good / fair amount of money. Its no more of a democracy than if your company was a democracy. Over the years I have valued all of the constructive critism that has come down the pipe, whether I like it or not. When @wakabayashi stepped away to work on his own business and to see how thirty bees panned out, it mad me sad. But I read what he wrote, his thoughts, and they were fair and understandable. The same with other people that have come and gone over the years. Most everyone that has come and gone has been constructive, non combative, and have expressed themselves. You on the other hand, you talk like a child. You cannot form thoughts, so you just cut straight to insults. Like I said, I don't speak for thirty bees anymore. But here are my answers to your original post. 1. Its neither, its a private entity. If you want to influence the way the project and company are headed, you approach the owner with ideas. Maybe a joint co-operation. Not just cut straight to critisim and name calling. I cannot imagine that has gotten you anywhere in life. @Smile is a good guy and very open minded. He might not be who you pick to run thirty bees, but he is who I picked and he is running it. 2. As far as I know this is done. Notice the dev sprints on the forum, they state what is being worked on and it is set up as a proper company. 3. That is not how open source works. It would be really cool if it did work that way, but its not how any open source project works as far as I know. There are some with bounty programs, but those are also projects where they have users donating tens of thousands of dollars a month. Vue is one that comes to mind in that regard. Unfortunately thirty bees does not have that kind of traction. 4. No. This shows your limited understanding of software in general and as a whole. A long term plan has to be developed and followed. As much as the community of any project would like to vote on every task that is worked on, it is just not feasible. Things will end up too strung out, intensive tasks that provide seemingly little reward will be pushed to the wayside. A great example of this is how prestashop operated. They threw all of their resources into making 1.7, that is what people wanted, a new front end, symfony, ect. It wasn't out of beta yet and 1.6 stopped working. No one was doing the pain in the ass tasks like making sure browsers didn't deprecate the spaghetti code it relied on. A lot of the tasks that need to be done seemingly have no benefit to merchants, until they need it. That is why a roadmap is needed. 5. Where does this money that is paid out in your mind come from? The $20 you donated 2 years ago? You have just been an asshole to everyone here, you need to tone it down, act like a human being, act like there are human beings on the other side reading what you write.
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    Put your site behind cloudflare and when the carding attack starts, turn on the under attack in cloudflare that should stem the problem.
  15. The rule should be added when you get to the checkout page. But I think the first way is the correct way to do it, that is what I have always done.
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