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Post by Jari » Fri 24. Sep 2004, 18:03

Hi again.

I have built one more website with this great tool :D This is for one of my clients so check it out http://www.meditec.fi

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Post by Jari » Tue 28. Sep 2004, 20:19

It looks like no one have any opinion about the website :roll:

Anyway, now I have build an osCommerce in the same style as the wcms if someone is interested. Click on the button "Butik" up to the right in the header.

http://www.meditec.fi

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Post by rk » Tue 28. Sep 2004, 22:38

Nice design and very good integration. it seems to be the same system :-). But it's not my language :o.

One idea, put a "hem" on top of the shop-menu, if possible.

Second one :-), in wcms is a space between header and content. in the shop is only a very small space there.
Ralf

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Post by Jari » Tue 28. Sep 2004, 23:21

Thanks rk :D And thanks for your tip, I will look at it. By the way it's Swedish and Finnish languages. :P

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Post by Jari » Tue 28. Sep 2004, 23:43

Ok, now I have made the space the same in the shop as the wcms, and I changed the the font size and color to the same too. Still need to do some small changes in the left menu.

brans

Post by brans » Wed 29. Sep 2004, 11:50

hmm your pages look very smooth and the focus is on content, I like that.. really good integration of os-commerce, fits in perfect...

great work

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Post by jsw_nz » Wed 29. Sep 2004, 12:22

Obviously you did a lot of modification on standard oscommerce.
I would like to get into OSC myself, but it will take a considerabe amout of time to learn in order to modify like you have done.

Like brans said..nice integration.

impressive....

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Post by Jari » Wed 29. Sep 2004, 12:37

Thank you all :D And I use the STS Template System for the osCommerce, so if you want to change the design of osCommerce I guess thats the easiest way to use that contribution.

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Post by jsw_nz » Wed 29. Sep 2004, 12:48

"STS Template System "

Jari....is that one of the recent contributions for OSC?
there are so many of them and diferent versions as well....

You wouldn't be willing to point the the specific version of STS on the contributions page, would you?

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Post by Jari » Wed 29. Sep 2004, 12:59

I use 5 Feb 2004 - Simple Template System (STS) v2.01 and you find it at

http://www.oscommerce.com/community/con ... search,STS

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Post by jsw_nz » Wed 29. Sep 2004, 20:19

Thanks - see this contribution has gone through a lot of revisions - now supporting multiple templates - nice. Will download and work off of a fresh install. I notice OSC now has, by request of a number of users, a 'register_globals off' version. Should STS 2.01 work with this?

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Post by Jari » Wed 29. Sep 2004, 20:44

Yes I have seen there is a contribution to solve that problem, I don't know if there is any problem between thoes 2 contribs but I don't think there should be any problems.

If there isn't some specific file that will cause any problems, I haven't looked att the Register Globals contrib so I don't know, you can always ask at osCommerce forum under the STS thread.

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Post by Alexander Schlegel » Sun 3. Oct 2004, 23:20

Professional work, well done! Moreover a very good integration of osc-shop! :)
Viele Grüße / Many Greetings
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Post by Jari » Mon 4. Oct 2004, 23:24

Many thanks Alexander Schlegel :D

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