You can get this version from download here: http://opensolution.org/download/
You can test this version here: http://opensolution.org/Quick.Cart/v3.1/
Changes in v3.1 are here: http://opensolution.org/download/Quick.Cart/changeLog.txt
If You will find bug, something unclear then write it here please!
1. THIS VERSION IS NOT STABLE!!! DON'T USE FOR COMMERCIAL USE, 2. We will give update information when stable version will be released 3. We dont know sure when stable version will be released. It depends from users and test. Maybe in 1 month.
After saving settings a message on the screen appeares :
CGI Error The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set of HTTP headers. In QC-C3.0 there was no problem like this while saving the settings.
In QC-V3.0 there was the same message while adding pages, but in QC-V3.1 this problem is solved.
I hope to be of any help with this.
I'll keep testing.
something wrong with admin/products editing/ in files tab copying a file from servers list to the product files adds a file with a completly different name that was checked in (the image itself is right but the name changes)
if its possible please make an option not to copy the file from server with name[x].ext just reference it, for more products with same files it will be much easier to change all later, and the page rendering will be faster as well.
Hi Treewood, This is server Windows 2003 with webservers IIS6.0. Installed is PHP version 5.2.6
With QC3.0 i reported already the problem with the CGI-error while adding pages and products. The program then generates 100 similar pages and products. In QC3.1 this problem is solved. No more errors like that with pages and products. Now we have these CGI-errors while saving the settings.
In QC-V3.1 i changed in admin/settings the name of the page title. Looking at my URL, there was nothing changed, still the logo Quick.Cart remains visible. All other changes in admin appeared te be executed, as i could see after being returned from the CGI-error.
The problem with .htaccess lies in the 1st line of that file on my server. BTW, my server automatically denies automatic dir listing, so that line is not even necessary. BUT when I include it, the templates/ directory listing returns this error:
Internal Server Error The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. Please contact the server administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error. More information about this error may be available in the server error log.
The same thing is returned when I try to display any TPL file with a browser. When the 1st line IS NOT THERE in the .htaccess file, the directory listing with browser or accessing TPL file return a correct error message:
Forbidden You don't have permission to access /templates/ on this server. or Forbidden You don't have permission to access /templates/container.tpl on this server.
BTW, when the .htaccess file is not there, you can of course download any TPL file. So it works, but I need to delete the 1st line (Options +Indexes) that actually breaks it.
Further to saving pages and products. I didn't change also nothing, just downloading the zip-file QC-V3.1, unzipping, upoading to the webserver and settiing CMOD777. (Just the same as i did with QC-V3.0). I can't tell you how it happend that the problem with the 100 similar pages in QC-V3.0 was solved in QC-C3.1.
The problem with changing the page-title is only occurring in QC-V3.1 as i installed QC-V3.0 again and had no problem with changing the page-title.
Also on the webserver there were no changes at all. This is server Windows 2003 with webservers IIS6.0. Installed is PHP version 5.2.6