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chikira 11-20-2003 06:30 AM

Single Mode
Hi darrenkierman, I use all my carts in Mall Mode but thanks for the heads up. I am sure that will help all other users who use "Single Mode". I will see about creating a new template for Single Mode users. If anyone else has to adapt the script to work on thier particular version then post it here to help others as well.

:twisted: Chikira

Tuner 11-20-2003 03:28 PM

Thanks You have inspired me to post my mods for free. I think eveyone will find them worthwhile.
Especial my MASS Product Modifier MOD.
I will post hear once I have everything packaged.

Scott Kent

chikira 11-20-2003 08:38 PM

More Open Source!
What kind of mods do you have in development?

Is the world of X-Cart mods going to go Open Source? Will this mean the end of civilization as we know it? :lol:

leon 11-20-2003 11:21 PM

Thank you, I will give it a try.

John7 11-20-2003 11:35 PM

Hmmm... question...
Hmmm... question...

How well does this work with html catalog?
Can Html catalog make static copies of these pages or pages with the new dynamic content modules installed?


How hard would it be if I wanted to have say 10 fixed panels? Would it be difficult to modify?



John7 11-20-2003 11:50 PM

Oh... One more question.
Oh... One more question.

How hard would it be to set membership levels for the new full pages?


carlisleglass 11-20-2003 11:54 PM

now i've been using it a bit more ... got a bit of a problem.

Adding items is ok ... but when i come to edit them, the contents of the html box isn't there ... therefore have to type in the whole content again.

any ideas ?

chikira 11-21-2003 07:49 AM

HTML catalog
HTML Catalog works fine with the side panels. With the dynamically created pages it doesn't however there is a function that allows you to generate HTML code for any other page and I use that to edit / create html for the static pages that do work with HTML Catalog. One of the future developments is to directly edit / create / intergrate into the static pages and the templates.

To create 10 fixed panels takes a little bit of work.

Essentially you have to do the following.
  • Duplicate and edit the fixedsidepanelX.php files incrementing X up to 10. Edit the code to match teh number of the fixedsidepanel. These are located in /customer.
    Duplicate and edit the fixedsidepanelX.tpl files incrementing X up to 10. Edit the value between the {capture} {/capture} tags.
    Edit cmsmanager.php and cmsmaker.php find where it lists the values of $pagetype in the <options> html tags, you will see the sequence or fixedsidepanels1 - 3 just continue the pattern up to 10.

That should do the trick.

chikira 11-21-2003 07:54 AM

Membership levels
You could do that for side panels with an {if} statement in the home.tpl for the side panels...

The following code is not actual code but it will show the flow.


{if $memebershiplevel=1}
{include fixedsidepanel1.tpl}
{include fixedsidepanel2.tpl}

Hope that helps as a starting point.

chikira 11-21-2003 07:58 AM

Darrenkierman, what version are you running this on? I haven't tested it on 3.50 but in theory it should work fine.

Also is it the side panels, full pages or all pages that are not showing in the edit function. I have also sent you a PM regarding this issue.

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