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agora removal...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bking, Aug 19, 2004.

  1. bking

    bking Well-Known Member

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    This may be a really silly question, but how do you remove the agora shopping cart through cpanel? I cannot see an option to do it. There is only a modify option, and that takes you to the agora install and allows you to modify its settings. There is no actual remove link like the other shopping carts. I know I can remove the dir and the database, but was wondering if there is infact a removal option in cpanel, or another 'automated' way to remove it.
    Am I missing something? :)

    Brad
     
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    Howdy,

    actually the themes are missing a killcart.html (or similarly named) page fer agoracart. I've added the pages into custom themes, but the newer x themes area bit more dynamic and adding in the page gets overwritten during updates many times. So the cpanel folks will need to update themes that have omitted this. If yer on a custom theme, you can create an .html page with the following (this is what is in ones I've made):

    <cpanel setvar="headerimg=../images/topshoppingcart.gif">
    <cpanel setvar="dprefix=../">
    <cpanel include="../stdheader.html">

    <h1>Agora Cart has been removed</h1>
    <font color=#FF0000">
    </font>
    The <cpanel print="$FORM{'cart'}"> Cart has been deleted.

    <pre>
    <cpanel Cgi="killacart($FORM{'cart'})">
    </pre>


    <br>
    <br><br>

    <center>
    <font face = "helvetica" size = "2" color = "#ffffff"><b>[</b>&nbsp;<a href = "index.html">Go
    Back</a>&nbsp;<b>]</b></font>
    </center>

    <cpanel include="../stdfooter.html">

    then name it: killcart.html

    then upload & copy over to the acart directory of yer theme.

    Hope that helps,

    Mister Ed
     
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