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My first question is How do I use a code to set a theme on iPage? Thanks in advance for any answer. Another quick question... Hey what's up?.

I'm wondering if there is a mod for osCommerce that will allow customers to buy stuff like on TireRack.com.. Basically, you enter a model of something and then other models are suggested (for example, on tirerack.com you choose a vehicle and then you wheels that fit your vehicle are suggested)...

Is this possible?.

Thanks!.

Colin..

Comments (4)

I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I find an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..

Comment #1

Whoa.. where's that car search thing from?!?!?! that thing is bad ass!!..

Comment #2

Do a search.....the author sent it to me also.... I had to tweak and re-write some parts for my store and did the admin portion but it is a must have for this business.....

Www.lildevilmotorsports.com..

Comment #3

That's a very, very nice website...

I'm just trying to get the TireRack.com feel, with an osC flavor.

I'll search around for the contribution you're referring to.. thanks!..

Comment #4

Hey there...

I'm just wondering if you could point me in the direction toward that author? I have a script that will allow me to pull manufacturer/make/year IDs from the database, but from there I'm kinda stuck. I don't know how to setup the products to work with different years..

For example, if I choose a 2000 Ford Explorer I want the page to refresh with a catalog of parts made available according to that model. I will mostly be selling rims, and I have a book that I will be using when I add each model. Basically, when I insert the rim into the catalog I will be saying that it is a 19" with backspacing of 'xx' millimeters and will work on such and such years. Obviously, multiple entries will need to be made for each rim..

Thanks for the great ideas, I'm finally moving in the right direction.

Colin..

Comment #5


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.