I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..
Here's an idea....
The osCAffiliate program has that "build-a-link" feature which can link to a specific product page. Maybe there is something there that might help..
Hummm... there's another idea to check out....
Thanks! Brainstorming usually helps solve challenges..
On the Catalog Anywhere contribution: the catalog.php file contains the database name, user password etc. - Instructions pasted below. My question is: Would't this pose a security risk or am I missing something here? Seems I could look at the page source & obtain the database information....
1) Make the changes at the top of the catalog.php file as follows:.
$db_server = ""; //database server.
Enter the location of your MySQL DB (usually Localhost).
$db_user = ""; //database user.
Enter your username.
$db_pass = ""; //database password.
Enter your password.
$db_name = ""; //database name.
Enter your database name.[/COLOR]..
Wow - that is dug up from quite some time ago!.
I have never even looked at the contribution - just knew of it and tried to help Loxly.
....... so, what security issues there may be I am not sure.... however, the PHP source code cannot be viewed by looking at the page source - you will only see what PHP outputs. The file would obviously need the correct permissions set on it..
I tried searching a couple of different ways for info on what I want to do and didn't get anywhere. If there is a thread or a contribution that exists I would love to be pointed in the right direction..
Is there a way to pull the link to a product description page or a "buy now" button dynamically into offsite (onsite but in a different location) pages? For example, I have a gallery of photographs and I want them to link back to osc product page, preferably, or buy now, if it is easier to accomplish. But I don't want to build the links individually, I'd rather they could be called somehow, the product id would be the photo name, or the photo name minus the extension..
Could I do it with a search string? And have the search pull in the photo name dynamically?.
Thanks in advance for any pointers!.
(If you want to see what I mean you can go to:.
Click on an album, then a photo. I already know how to edit how this page displays)..
I don't think so, this puts a whole page of your catalog somewhere. I'll look at the code though and see if it can be modified to work. It's somewhere to start anyway!.