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Re: 3D Secure required by law for all EU transactions

But I can Thank you OSWorX, It's possible that as more member states postpone then here in the UK we may fully postpone too, but as our government is now suspended until October it wont happen before that. Either way its good news for online traders, but whether its good news for our customers is a...

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  • Fri Aug 30, 2019 2:27 am
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Re: 3D Secure required by law for all EU transactions

The UK announcement says that the deadline is still 14th september. But it also says that where evidence is provided that steps have been taken to comply, no action will be taken. So if a company takes no steps then on the 14th they are liable to prosecution. I cant read the others but I assume they...

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  • Wed Aug 28, 2019 11:04 pm
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Re: GDPR EU Law Cookies 2018

This might be useful to you. https://www.dporganizer.com/gdpr-data-controller-vs-processor/ This is how I see this in action. A user is the primary data controller and has ultimate control over any and all data supplied to you (except where the law requires you hold certain data - accounting for ins...

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  • Wed Aug 28, 2019 7:04 pm
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Re: 3D Secure required by law for all EU transactions

All redirect payment solutions should already have something in place by the deadline if they haven't already, those most likely to be affected or miss the deadline are those that take payments directly on the website using their built systems. Ive seen more and more websites using their banks own s...

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  • Wed Aug 28, 2019 5:50 pm
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Re: Developing modules that store to the database?

I have just revised the code to reduce the code in the controller and renamed it to clarify its function. If anybody wants to use it, that's totally fine with me. Also by combining it all into one function I was able to drop the second foreach, its pointless doing two when the whole thing can be wra...

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  • Tue Aug 27, 2019 6:21 pm
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Re: Developing modules that store to the database?

What I do always is like that: $vars = array( 'status' => 0, 'sort_order' => 0, 'var1' => 'val1', 'var1 => 'val2', 'var3' => array(), 'var4 => array( 'subvar1' => 1, 'subvar2' => 'whateveryouwant' ), and so on .. I just knocked up this little method to extract the field names directly from the temp...

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  • Tue Aug 27, 2019 4:14 am
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Re: When is the right time to update (or necessity)?

Having just looked at the git change log, which is as you showed on the left, it seems the change log will basically be useless unless you want to start following each commit. and start comparing files. I am going to edit my answer. It might be worth proposing a more meaningful change log instead of...

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  • Mon Aug 26, 2019 6:22 pm
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Re: SQL Injection Possible in OpenCart

I had sent Daniel a private message in this regard recently, however as this is already in the public domain, I see no reason not to discuss things here. It really needs doing, it probably should have been revised prior to the release of the first 3x major version which would have been the optimal t...

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  • Sun Aug 25, 2019 9:27 pm
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Re: Facebook Messenger Module for order updates

I have to question the need for it, yes people choose to sell through Facebook, but those that are selling through their website and not Facebook might make better use of browser notifications instead, even mobile push notifications or text messages. I am sure there is a place for messenger notifica...

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  • Sun Aug 25, 2019 5:17 pm
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Re: When is the right time to update (or necessity)?

There are many threads here on how to update so I wont go in to that (a quick search will see threads that have been recently active). I will go into if, why and when you should upgrade. First of all, you should review the changes not just in the version you intend to go to, but in other versions be...

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  • Sun Aug 25, 2019 5:02 pm
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Re: make the left column fixed position so it stays put as you scroll down products in a category❓ oc 3.0.3.2

There is, although I am not entirely sure that you should. Anyway its up to you so here is what you need to do. click view source or inspector to find out the specific class name of the left columns outer most div (or open the template for the left column and look in there). Then open the css file a...

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  • Sun Aug 25, 2019 4:47 pm
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Re: Updating opencart from 2.1.0.2 to 3.0.2.0

In an ideal world yes that would be it. All extensions would be compatible or have a version compatible with any given OC version. Sadly, that isn't the case extensions often get built for a version for a specific use and never see an update to a current OC version. If you are using such an extensio...

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  • Sat Aug 24, 2019 3:52 pm
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Custom Shipping module, strange behaviour running install (2.1x)

I am building a custom shipping module and because this extension has to interact with opencart and an external system I decided to use the library and helper directories. Initially when installing the extension I simply let it activate the extension with no other work to do to allow me to work on t...

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  • Mon Aug 19, 2019 1:59 am
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Re: 2016 & Ongoing - Why are there so many Terrible themes?!

It might be an idea for OpenCart to enforce standards on themes. As for core files they should either be banned from change by theme developers or if thats not workable then all changed files must be identified upfront before any download is made. I wonder if OpenCart could run a scan of extension/t...

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  • Sun Aug 18, 2019 6:09 pm
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Re: Updating opencart from 2.1.0.2 to 3.0.2.0

Without wanting to start an argument here, I have to disagree. The number one golden rule whenever working with your database/website is "Always make a backup". Yes you can save yourself a few minutes by not doing so, and automating will save you a bundle of time too. But nothing comes without risk,...

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  • Sun Aug 18, 2019 5:46 pm
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Re: 3D Secure required by law for all EU transactions

sorry, not GB anymore .. if they leave While we are would not be required under EU regulations in some cases, the same cannot be said for all and even then we may still adopt this regulation if it has not already been done. The bottom line is that it affect every business that is servicing an EU cu...

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  • Sun Aug 11, 2019 10:26 pm
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Re: Developing modules that store to the database?

This kind of code is highly portable (can be used with any type of extension). And I do not have to take care on the extensions name (which es defined prior > see _name above), because inside the template (no matter which type), the values wil have all a prefix cfg_ which will be replaced when stor...

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  • Sun Aug 11, 2019 10:06 pm
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Re: Developing modules that store to the database?

I started developing my own modules in 2.x, with that I am not sure which version the install/uninstall functions were available by default. What i want to address here is the concern that the uninstall function would automatically erase data. While removing a module does remove its data from the se...

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  • Sun Aug 11, 2019 6:25 pm
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Re: Updating opencart from 2.1.0.2 to 3.0.2.0

I don't know how well this will go, especially if you have custom modules etc to take care of. So this is how I would proceed with testing if you can jump to the latest version, its actually not all that difficult and all of the Create a new subdomain (in a separate directory as in the previous post...

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  • Fri Mar 22, 2019 9:35 am
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Re: GDPR EU Law Cookies 2018

If this is a matter of which cookies are permitted to be set then it comes down to the developer knowing which cookies are to be blocked, forget acceptance for the time being. The reason it would be this way is that 3rd party cookies would have to be deleted because they are already created. Until 3...

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  • Wed May 23, 2018 11:15 pm
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