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We closed the cache now in cache you see everything working fine....the problem still remains if we open it!
Problems in product ...
Category: JoomSEF 4
We managed to get size problems fixed. It was just a simple enabling product id in url.

The problem that remains is that add to cart stops responding. It does nothing at all. no matter how many times you click it. It does not add products to cart.

On the picture you can see problem number 2:
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When cache is open and joomsef too we get this on "ask a question" iframe. It's the product page reloaded inside the iframe. If we close cache everything works fine. Same thing happens with mail to a friend.

We can't seem to get the why!

Example url with the problem is the following:

P.S. Ρωτήστε για το προϊόν = Ask a question (greek only site)
Problems in product ...
Category: JoomSEF 4
We have tried everything and still the solution remains to close the plugin. Can you help us please? We really want your plug in to work but we don't know what we are doing wrong! The problem appears only if we open joomlas cache. I can provide you with access to the site for closer look.

(P.S Yes it is Virtuemart 2.0.26d)
Problems in product ...
Category: JoomSEF 4
When Joomsef url rewrite is activated we lose the size selection fuctionality we got in our product-detail pages. We don't use url data to collect size information in the handlers.
The site is :
Problems in product ...
Category: JoomSEF 4
I have found this hack and i want to know if i can use it some way with the joomsef.
The opensef could do something like that without any code.
Could you please help so we can have multiple parked domains on one site

Multiple Domain names to the Same Shop!
« on: June 30, 2005, 18:32:23 pm »


So, you have 3 or 4 domain names and you want to post them to the same shop... and you want the customer to see the URL that they visited, not some redirect.

Php gives you a few tools that will allow this.

First, in your mambo configuration (configuration.php) make this change:
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$mosConfig_live_site = 'http://' . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'];
$mosConfig_sitename = $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] .' -- Your source for all you brew!';

Note that I've also appeneded (concatenated) the site slogan there in the sitename variable. This effects the 'title' seen by the customer for the web page.

If you are a better php hack than I, you could also do something with these variables to have a slightly different logo appear, etc., in the site templates...

Now, to configure PHPSHOP.

First, through the administration screen, make sure that all the options are set the way you want them. If you edit the file as I am about to describe, and then edit using the phpshop admin, you'll break it! (I've discussed with Soeren, and he might patch to make this a one click option).

Ok. Got your options set? Great.

Now, you have to edit the phpshop configuration file manually.

In the administrator/components/com_phpshop directory, find the file \"phpshop.cfg.php\".

Open this with a text editor (wordpad, etc).

Find these lines:
define('URL', '');
define('ORDER_MAIL_HTML', '1');
define('SECUREURL', '');
define('COMPONENTURL', '');
define('IMAGEURL', '');

We're going to change what's in red...

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define('URL', 'http://' . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']. '/');
define('ORDER_MAIL_HTML', '0');
define('SECUREURL', 'http://' . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] . '/');
define('COMPONENTURL', 'http://' . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] . /administrator/components/com_phpshop/');
define('IMAGEURL', 'http://' . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] . '/components/com_phpshop/shop_image/');

It's that simple.

Now, you'll find that whatever of your parked domains the customer uses to get to the site, they'll see that URL.

One other thing - all your URLs within the site (i.e. links that you've put in yourself) should be relative. For example, instead of a link to a category being \",com_php...temid,47/\"

it should be \"/component/option,com_phpshop/page,shop.browse/category_id,1/option,com_phpshop/Itemid,47/\"
Multiple parked doma ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
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SEF urls = 1,2,3,4,5 ...
Category: JoomSEF 3
me too help
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Category: JoomSEF 3
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