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Do anyone know how to implement the payment module? If so, can you please tell me what I need to do to complete such task? Many thanks in advance! :D

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Which one?

 

In general, admin > Modules > Payment, select the module that you want, and click install. If you want a module that is not available there, you need to go to contributions, download it, follow the instructions, and then install it in admin.

 

Hth,

Matt

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Hi Matt, let's say I want to install authorize.net, I clicked on authorize.net on the admin payment page and on the right it has a screen that contains such info:

 

Authorize.net

Credit Card Test Info:

 

CC#: 4111111111111111

Expiry: Any

 

where is the install button? Sorry for my ignorance... :(

 

Thx for your help! :)

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Depending on the version you're using will depend on how you install the module.

 

2.2CVS has an 'Install' button, and since you can't see that on the right hand side, I take it that you're running MS1 or earlier.

 

You should see 'red' and 'green' buttons, click on the green button and this will activate the module.

 

HTH,

Tony

"The price of success is perseverance. The price of failure comes much cheaper."

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Thanks Tony...HAVE YOU GOTTEN SOME REST YET???
No, not yet!
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN ON YOUR COMPUTER??? hehe :shock:
21 hours straight... the things we do ehh!

I've been working on the business, haven't entered any products into the database, which I desperatly need to do, considering I have 1000's of products to enter and only have about 70 at the minute! :shock:

Though I have been pretty productive with my accounting and stock...

 

I'll be going to bed now though Mum! :lol:

 

Nigh, Nigh's

Tony

 

:wink: Zzzz's Zzzz's Zzzz's

"The price of success is perseverance. The price of failure comes much cheaper."

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I agree... there are a lot of products I need to enter, though I'm creating the store due to a shortfall in the market that I would have liked... a store where I could browse and get some pretty good, detailed information on each product. Most stores appear to start out with detailed information for about the first 50 products, then it all goes to custard from there... where you get crap 'one liners', "This is a product". You can only get out what you put it... the old saying 'GIGO' prevails.

(GIGO = Garbage In, Garbage Out)

 

As for being a pilot... Yes!

 

Cheers,

Tony

"The price of success is perseverance. The price of failure comes much cheaper."

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