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jeverhart

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    Jeannine Everhart
  1. jeverhart

    Product Listing in Columns v2.0

    I am not sure this thread is the right place to ask, but I'll try anyway... Note - I realize this may be basic OSC admin configuration, but I don't see how to change it via the admin panel OK, Customer wants to alter the product listing page so there are two columns. The left most <td> holds the image. The next <td> is product name <br>price<br>description<br>Buy Now button. Can this contribution do such a thing? I am almost thinking I have to change php code to get this to happen. Ideas?
  2. jeverhart

    Official PayPal IPN Support Thread

    Our customer who desired this seems under the impression that the user can complete a transaction, paying with Paypal, but never leaves the OSC part of the site (controlling the look/feel is of paramount importance). However, from what I am reading here it seems that it is mandatory for the user to be sent to the Paypal site to complete the transaction. I realize that once there, the site can be partly skinned using a custom Paypal page, but the skinning options are limited. Can someone confirm or clairfy my understanding so I can advise my customer accordingly? Any help is most appreciated.
  3. I apologize, this should have been in the Paypal IPN support area.
  4. Our cutomer who desired this seems under the impression that the user can complete a transaction, paying with Paypal, but never leaves the OSC part of the site (controlling the look/feel is of paramount importance). However, from what I am reading here it seems that it is mandatory for the user to be sent to the Paypal site to complete the transaction. I realize that once there, the site can be partly skinned using a custom Paypal page, but the skinning options are limited. Can someone confirm or clairfy my understanding so I can advise my customer accordingly? Any help is most appreciated.
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