One community user report that it’s always failed to convert currency automatically now.
I have 3 currencies setup in tomatocart:
Namibian Dollars (default) – value 1.00
Euro – value 0.00
USD – value 0.00
Now… when I update the currencies it calculates the currency USD to NAD and not NAD to USD.
When I now change the currency in the front end to USD, and article that costs 1 NAD now costs USD 12.00
I can manually update the currencies but would perfer to have it automatically.
But even with that as default – it still updates incorrectly.
After checking the code, I noticed that it is due to the Google rate exchange API has ceased to work properly. Learn More
Recently I was notified by a webhost that a project I had completed in 2013 was incompatible with their pending upgrade to php 5.4 on July 23, 2015. They listed 1 file from the whole project that was incompatible with php 5.4. The client and my bosses requested I resolve the issue. This is a small synopsis of the steps I took to inspect and resolve the code issue. Learn More
Since Version 3.0 and on to 4.2.2, WordPress includes new multisite features, meaning that it can run many blogs, even with their own separate domains, on one WordPress installation. This tutorial explains how to migrate multiple WordPress installations into one new WordPress multisite. You can migrate sites that are using their own domain, as well as sites using a subdomain on your main domain.
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