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The functionality for opening steps is actually located in the file [root]/js/varien/accordion.js and only called from the opcheckout.js at each step. You can modify the function located on line 44. …
answered Sep 30 '13 by Sander Mangel
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The error report states The user or account could not be authenticated. This extension uses the service from avalara.com which requires you to have an account. As the installation guide from Onepica …
answered Feb 19 '14 by Sander Mangel
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This can be accomplished with CSS only. You can find the css below. It basically comes down to moving the .col-left above .col-main using the 2columns-left layout for example. When making both columns …
answered Dec 11 '13 by Sander Mangel
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A quick and simple solution is to replace the fields with input type hidden fields and filling them with, for example '-' in the template/checkout/onepage/billing.phtml This will prevent you from edi …
answered Mar 10 '15 by Sander Mangel
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I've played around with a horizontal checkout a while ago and you're free to use the code. It's on Github and except for a helper class it's all templating and some CSS. If you have specific issues or …
answered Feb 20 '14 by Sander Mangel
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You can add an observer to, for example, controller_action_predispatch and check for products in the cart. However make sure the checkout URL's ship this. The observer would look something like publ …
answered Jun 25 '15 by Sander Mangel
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First of all the Twitter and Facebook boxes you are talking about aren't standard Magento so my guess is this is added by the template or an extension you've installed on the shop. Start your search …
answered Nov 23 '13 by Sander Mangel
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The billing and shipping step can be directly included via the layout XML but contents for shipping, payment and review step need to be loaded with javascript. Basically you will need to write a java …
answered May 10 '14 by Sander Mangel
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This is not possible without writing an extension. To do this it would involve, at least on Mage 1.7, adding a field either in the order object or on the order item level. By default all order items …
answered Sep 9 '13 by Sander Mangel
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Try free_free as method code. I seem to remember it should be something like that. Also, try placing an order with all steps enabled and check what the code for payment and shipping is in the sales_ …
answered Sep 6 '15 by Sander Mangel
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This is not required if you activate the canonical URLs under System > Configuration. This will prevent Google from indexing the page on different URLs
answered Jan 15 '16 by Sander Mangel
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Actually using <?php echo $this->__('../onepage') ?> means you are using the translate method to create an URL. It's advised to use the Magento getUrl method like so: <?php echo Mage::getUrl('checko …
answered May 20 '14 by Sander Mangel
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The cleanest way to do this is will use observers and custom layout XML. For that you will need to create your own extension. Inchoo has a nice hello world article that should get you started and you …
answered Mar 24 '14 by Sander Mangel