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  1. It's not an entry in the table, it's the table column named `page`. If you run this command on an SQL server: SHOW CREATE TABLE tb_meta; You will see something very similar to this: CREATE TABLE `tb_meta` ( `id_meta` int(11) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `page` varchar(64) COLLATE utf8mb4_unicode_ci NOT NULL, `configurable` tinyint(1) unsigned NOT NULL DEFAULT 1, PRIMARY KEY (`id_meta`), UNIQUE KEY `page` (`page`) ) ENGINE=InnoDB AUTO_INCREMENT=86 DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8mb4 COLLATE=utf8mb4_unicode_ci As you can see, the `page` column is there and is a varchar(64) which means it can hold up to 64 characters per entry. The command provided by @datakick changes that from a varchar(64) to a varchar(128) so that it can hold up to 128 characters per entry.
  2. This is potentially a bad idea. You should check the data table in question because what you are probably going to find is truncated data. Depending on how MySQL is configured it will silently truncate strings that are too long. Trying to insert 500 characters into a VARCHAR(255)? It might just insert the first 255 characters and not give any error. This causes weird problems down the road when you try to retrieve that data and you only get part of what you expect to get.
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    It's like asking someone to fix your car but refusing to let them look under the hood. Either give people the access they need to help you or figure it out on your own. The choice is yours to make.
  4. Yeah, MariaDB 10.4.8 is running without any troubles or apparent compatibility issues. It's a CentOS7 server (not that it should matter, really) running CWP and I did the upgrade manually following the steps shown here. CWP seems just fine with 10.4.8 as well. On the Thirty Bees side of things, I am running 1.1.x Bleeding Edge.
  5. Just a little bump in the hopes that someone has experience with this and is willing to share which way they went and perhaps why. I guess if no one has experiences either way I'll probably go with the Panda module as it seems likely to be fully integrated with the theme.
  6. Maybe this module would work for you? The referrer program is new to the module and I haven't yet had time to test it myself. Might be the right solution though. Edit: It looks like the module does not support affiliate programs at the current time. It would definitely be a nice future addition but I'm not sure if the author will continue to add features to this module.
  7. I guess the ability to put PayPal checkout buttons on every product page means it's not possible to change the PayPal module to use a hook that only exists on the checkout page(s)?
  8. There are two reasons why the numeric system is important: It's not ideal for a new shop to start from customer #1 and order #1. It does not inspire trust, even if the business behind the shop has been in existence for many years. It is easy for competitors to learn a lot about a shop if customer, cart, guest, order, invoice numbers are sequential. For example, I can see how many customers you have. How many orders you have received. How many orders over a period of time. How many new customers you have collected over a period of time. How many abandoned carts you have over a period of time. From this information I can extrapolate a lot about your business, including your likely monthly and yearly sales. As I said much earlier on, some people really don't care about this but personally I do.
  9. I've opened an issue on github about this here. I don't think it will be a difficult issue to fix. However even after this is fixed it will always be possible to create an account with a fake email address unless you force email validation before allowing a new account to make purchases. Even with validation people can use free temporary email addresses to sign up for websites. Beyond that many people use a free email account for all their online purchases and then rarely if ever actually check that account. There isn't really anything realistic that we as merchants can do to make sure we have a long term ability to communicate with customers.
  10. I'm really sorry to hear this. I know how frustrating it can be to donate time and not get any feedback or assistance. As I mentioned above, I was kept out of the office and mostly offline by a temporary job I had for a while. This meant I wasn't able to be active on the forums or work on developing my own site, and by extension meant I wasn't testing modules either. I expect that as the TB community grows there will be more people around who can step in to do testing and provide feedback in cases such as this. Right now there are only a few of us so if one or two aren't around for a while it makes quite a difference. In any case, now that I am back I have downloaded the module and will definitely install and test it. I'm using Chex as well so maybe I'll have some feedback on how the two interact with each other.
  11. My apologies for being MIA for the last while, I had some consulting work to do that kept me out of the office for a good number of days. I'll be back working on TB in the next little while and will definitely test the updated module. Thanks very much for your hard work!
  12. Thank you! I will try that tonight. BTW, I noticed that with Firefox clicking on the javascript link actually causes the page to scroll down to the order details. However with Chrome the page does not scroll down, and it doesn't scroll down with Safari on iOS 13, either. Perhaps this is a bug?
  13. I've been doing a lot of testing with my upcoming website over the past little while. I have half a dozen different test accounts set up along with matching PayPal sandbox accounts so I can test purchases & shipping calculations for various destinations. The result is that I have now managed to generate quite a bit of order history on some of these accounts. Like this: This has pushed the "order details" section far enough down the page that when I click on the "Order reference" link or on the "Details" button nothing visually happens on the page. If I scroll down far enough the order information is there, but clicking on the one of the links visually seems to do....nothing (even though in fact the order details are being loaded.) In fact I hadn't checked the Order Details recently and I actually thought one of my changes had broken something because clicking on those links didn't seem to do anything. Looking at what those links do, they are javascript triggers for AJAX page changes, which makes sense since that is what is happening. What I would like to do is change them so they are just basic URLs that load the order details onto the current page. So instead of having the order history and order details all in one place I would like something more traditional with just basic links and no AJAX calls. I've had a poke around but can't figure out where to make this change. I'd like to change this: javascript:showOrder(1, 1773945082, 'https://www.mydomain.com/order-detail?id_order=1773945082'); and this: javascript:showOrder(1, 1773945082, 'https://www.mydomain.com/order-detail'); to just be this: https://www.mydomain.com/order-detail?id_order=1773945082 in both places. Anyone know where to make the change?
  14. As this is a feature for customer groups it seems likely it is only going to have an impact on modules that are available to front office users. However it's a feature related to modules so all modules are going to be listed there, even if the setting does nothing for them. For example, maybe you have a product review module that allows customers to review your products. You might only want to make that module's features available to users who are logged in and not to Guests. Does this functionality work? I have no idea at all. I'm just trying to guess the intention of the feature.
  15. Also of note, if you don't want to support this (because it could create problems for people who don't understand what is going on), how about a "hidden" option in the `tb_configuration` table to enable it?
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