osCMax First Plus Zones Shipping Module

Derived from the osCommerce module of the same name.

Made available for a small donation (say, £10 GBP) - just specify in the comments that you wish this file. A link will be supplied by email.

No guarantees or warranty of any kind. Donators get a free website link to them - just supply the link.

Extract of readme file contents:

"This is a very simple drop-in-and-go type module to configure different zone shipping costs. By default the contribution allows you to have four zones, but that can be increased by changing the value in the code. Each zone is defined by a Comma separated list of two character ISO country codes that are part of Zone. By default the first zone is set to GB.
 
This shipping module lets you specify the shipping cost for the first item,
then another cost for all additional items. For example, $5 for the first
item plus $2 for each additional item. Each zone you configure has its own first item charge and additional items charge, as well as handling fee.
 
[EJ]
Now a choice of two modules, one being percentage additional cost. Use/install one or the other NOT both - they use the same classes, so likely to clash with each other.

[/EJ]"

 

By ejsolutions Last updated: 26 June 2010, 10:13

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Some have now been incorporated into the main public release of this excellent ecommerce package.
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Files are presented here, mainly to

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osCMax Information

The highly uprated version of osCommerce 2.2
"osCommerce with teeth"

osCMax 2.0.25 is the previous stable public release of the package.

It contains masses of bug fixes over previous releases, which pushes it well beyond the
standard installation of osCommerce. In addition, there have been a few feature enhancements, not least of which, to image handling capabilities.

With this release, the software has support for PHP 5.3, in addition to the more common PHP 5.2. This will provide compatibility with this programming language for
quite some time to come.

osCMax 2.0.25 Demo


As an osCMax Team Member and frequent forum 'helper', ejSolutions (aka Ridexbuilder) is able to provide a quality service for the installation and support of osCMax.

Though web design is not a core competence, ejSolutions can provide customised templates to give your site a unique look.

The main target of work, is in the efficient smooth running of the e-commerce aspects of your website - products, payments, orders, shipping/postage and other
business related matters.

My clients benefit from custom coding, often released to the osCMax community where appropriate.


osCmax 2.5 - the new era.

Substantial upgrades and alterations have been done with this version, at version 2.5.3 at time of writing. Clients are already realising the benefits from the 2.5 series release and its' rich feature set makes for a pretty complete webstore application. Image handling is further enhanced along with substantial additions/features to both front-end (store) and back-end (Admin.).

For people who wish to stay with the more stable release (and traditional osCommerce 2.2 look), an unofficial osCmax 2.0.35 can made available.

Click here for further info on osCmax and osCommerce in general.