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Customer Orders Tab in Admin Orders (hook)
BrockleyJohn posted a topic in General Add-Ons SupportThis uses the hooks system and tabbed display of admin / orders implemented by the Paypal App. It adds a tab to admin / orders which lists all orders from the customer of the current order. The current order is highlighted. Clicking on one of the other orders will load it instead. Works for all orders, not just those paid by Paypal. COMPATIBILITY Compatible with the tabbed admin orders page of the Paypal App in any version of osCommerce (2.2RC2, 2.3.x). FILENAMES DEPRECATED - if your admin / orders page is not called orders.php you'll have to change the hard-coded name in the module. Not compatible with BS EDGE Hooks of 2016-10-03 (which don't cover admin). Uses tradition language defines, not Paypal App-style. INSTALLATION Just copy the 3 files to your store. No code changes and no admin install - it just works. DOWNLOAD from the addons area http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/9511 GITHUB also available in a branch on its own in a fork of gburton/Responsive-osCommerce at: https://github.com/BrockleyJohn/Responsive-osCommerce/tree/addon_customer_orders_tab
Support Thread for "Index Nested - Product Listing" for osCommerce 2.3.4 (bootstrap) Report problems here. Feedback and comments appreciated. Download link: http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/9514 Easy module install. (minor core change required using hooks) This module applies to categories containing sub-categories (i.e. index -> nested), where currently only the sub-Category Listing and New Products module appear. Use this module when you would also like to list all-at-once the products within the sub-categories of the current category, therefore becoming a nested product listing (default behaviour is that no product listing appears in nested categories). Demo (scroll down to see nested product listing): http://www.auzcommerce.com.au/osc234bs_test/index.php?cPath=3 cheers
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