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  1. #711
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    Default Re: Things every New Zenner needs to know

    Is there anyone know how to add "ALT text" to every products?
    Or the address?

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    Default Re: Things every New Zenner needs to know

    Quote Originally Posted by hunteryz View Post
    Is there anyone know how to add "ALT text" to every products?
    Or the address?
    Zen cart automatically ads alt text to all product images.

    Thanks,

    Anne

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    Default Re: Things every New Zenner needs to know

    Quote Originally Posted by picaflor-azul View Post
    Zen cart automatically ads alt text to all product images.

    Thanks,

    Anne
    Thank you,
    Zen Cart is Amazing

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    Default Re: Things every New Zenner needs to know

    Hello.

    Sorry if this post is a bit ridiculous. I am a total newbie in Zencart.
    I have this website: www.cps-anti-nuisibles.fr

    Is there a way to make it a zencart website and sell products on it (Those are products to kill rats and bed bugs)

    Thanks a lot

  5. #715
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    Default Re: Things every New Zenner needs to know

    Quote Originally Posted by trentdosto View Post
    Hello.

    Sorry if this post is a bit ridiculous. I am a total newbie in Zencart.
    I have this website: www.cps-anti-nuisibles.fr

    Is there a way to make it a zencart website and sell products on it (Those are products to kill rats and bed bugs)

    Thanks a lot
    You question is not exactly "on topic" for this thread.. You should re-post it in a new post if you hope to get some meaningful responses..
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    Default Re: Things every New Zenner needs to know

    Quote Originally Posted by trentdosto View Post
    Hello.

    Sorry if this post is a bit ridiculous. I am a total newbie in Zencart.
    I have this website: www.cps-anti-nuisibles.fr

    Is there a way to make it a zencart website and sell products on it (Those are products to kill rats and bed bugs)

    Thanks a lot
    Yes, i did it to my website ringhhub.net. Please contact me, i will show you.

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    Default Re: Things every New Zenner needs to know

    Quote Originally Posted by worldmaker View Post
    Yes, wincing...

    A good discipline used by all programmes would be to rename: MyStylesheet.css to MyStylesheet.bak
    This is the normal way of preventing any executable from reading any .css you don't want it to read.

    This rule applies to any application using any component file, eg. My.dll becomes My.dll-BAK etc., etc....


    I realize this is somewhat of a dated post that I am commenting on. The suggestion above wasto rename the extension of a replaced file with bak as the only extension or to add a hypen and the bak. While I do not work in the SEO business or for any of the search engine groups, etc. Reports have recently been that the final extension should not be simply bak. Ie, in the above example MyStylesheet.bak would be considered a potential pci scan issue. The practice of renaming the extension of a file to be disabled is a good practice. There are some directories though that will read all files regardless of the extension. The disabled files should be removed from the system however once identified unnecessary and no longer needed there. A backup copy should be kept though, just in case.
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    Default Re: Things every New Zenner needs to know

    Upon further review, consideration, and feedback, I am modifying my previous statement in this subsequent post.

    Quote Originally Posted by mc12345678 View Post
    I realize this is somewhat of a dated post that I am commenting on. The suggestion above was to rename the extension of a replaced file with bak as the only extension or to add a hyphen and the bak. While I do not work in the SEO business nor for any of the search engine groups, etc. Reports have recently been that the final extension should not be simply bak. Ie, in the above example MyStylesheet.bak would be considered a potential pci scan issue. The practice of renaming the extension of a file to be disabled is a good practice. There are some directories though that will read all files that for example end in .php and future development may expand the extension(s) that are autoread . The disabled files should be removed from the system however, once identified unnecessary and no longer needed there. A backup copy should be kept though, just in case.
    While the impact of my incorrect statement would be to significantly minimize extraneous files on the server, it would have a negative impact on understanding of how ZC works, the expectations when making modifications, and ways to use that functionality when developing (and troubleshooting) new programs and plugins.

    So when "disabling" a file, modifying the filename say from filename.php to filename.phpold14-09-23 would be sufficient (if not overly so) to prevent the file from being loaded by the default ZC code. As shown above, this filename also would indicate to reviewers that it was renamed on the 23rd day of the 9th month of the "14th" year. (Sequence chosen to facilitate sorting of files by name as this sequence, YY-MM-DD, will sort keeping the year and month in sequence and any day adjacent to the next/previous.)

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    Default Re: Things every New Zenner needs to know

    Quote Originally Posted by mc12345678 View Post
    Upon further review, consideration, and feedback, I am modifying my previous statement in this subsequent post.



    While the impact of my incorrect statement would be to significantly minimize extraneous files on the server, it would have a negative impact on understanding of how ZC works, the expectations when making modifications, and ways to use that functionality when developing (and troubleshooting) new programs and plugins.

    So when "disabling" a file, modifying the filename say from filename.php to filename.phpold14-09-23 would be sufficient (if not overly so) to prevent the file from being loaded by the default ZC code. As shown above, this filename also would indicate to reviewers that it was renamed on the 23rd day of the 9th month of the "14th" year. (Sequence chosen to facilitate sorting of files by name as this sequence, YY-MM-DD, will sort keeping the year and month in sequence and any day adjacent to the next/previous.)

    Happy Zenning!
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    Default Re: Things every New Zenner needs to know

    Quote Originally Posted by DivaVocals View Post
    I'm of the mindset that keeping backup versions of older files ON THE SITE is BAD LAZY PRACTICE and leads to a messy hosting space.. Keep backups sure.. store them someplace else..
    I whole heartedly agree. Backups should be kept offsite and in redundant locations. If they include sensitive information they should also be encrypted (and the encryption key stored in a different secure location).
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