Hello all! I Recently decided to recreate my high school pop-punk band’s (Squirt) website from the year 2000. Which incidentally was the last time I updated this site as well… oops. Anyway, thanks to the magic of The Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine, I was able to pull most of the old pages (or some iteration of them, download old images, and the basically just upload everything back to my server where the newly re-purchased domain is pointed. I updated some things, but as you’ll see it is very 2000 and late. Anyway, without further ado; ladies and gentlemen, Squirtmusic.com!
After spending the better part of a work day trying to figure out how to set it up so that modules could be positioned throughout my theme in more places than the default “content top,” “content_bottom,” “right,” “left,” etc. and after rubbing away the Z on my keyboard. I managed to get my module and theme to behave as intended. This article will explain how.
- Added super simple installation!!!
- Added multipage support!!!
- Added full currency support for Dollar, Pound, and Euro as well as the ability to not user a money sign!!!
- Fixed problem with product descriptions not being added to page
- Added Zen Cart integrated error and status alerts.
- Added more error checking.
- Removed need for JSON support.
autoFacebook 2.0 is (finally) here!
◦Added oauth 2.0 authorization to integrate with Facebook’s new Graph API calls.
◦Added Zen Cart integrated error checking and status alerts.
You heard me right… autoTweet 3.0 is now out. I know what you’re thinking;
“But Jamie, didn’t you just release 2.0 like last week?”
Yep another version of autoTweet for Zen Cart. Just thought I’d share it here until it’s up at Zen-Cart.com Note: This mod was tested on Zencart 1.3.9a and up although probably works just fine on 1.3.8. This modification automatically updates your Twitter followers every time you add a product to your store. It will tweet […]
In this little tutorial we’re going to create simple playing cards using only HTML and CSS (without image files). The purpose of this article is to cover the basics of how CSS and HTML work together. This should work no matter what versions you’re using (CSS2.1, CSS3, HTML4, HTML5, etc.). Note: This tutorial assumes you have a basic knowledge of HTML.
Yep, that’s right… yet another social media plug-on for Zen Cart. This one, automatically generates Open Graph Tags in your header. As well all know Open Graph is supposed to be a way of the future. Some people even projecting that it will change the way we use the web. Well Im not sure about that, however, not to be left in the past I created this little bit of script for everyone’s favorite e-commerce solution.
This little bit of code allows you to integrate the new Facebook Open Social Graph API into your store’s header info.