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Sometimes there are subsequent actions that take away the focus without displaying the var_dump statement. There are two ways I use to view debug information in these conditions. First you can follow your var_dump statement with an exit() statement. Include a string if you need to know which exit statement was used (ie: exit('here'). The other option is to ...


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So as Lodder answered guys, you can download all the language / translation php-files for joomshop via this link https://www.webdesigner-profi.de/joomla-webdesign/joomla-shop/downloads/languages.html?lang=en (registering (free) required for the download). unzip the downloaded zip-file of your language, and look for the php-file under JoomShopping-lang-...


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Deleting users using Joomla's User Manager is also going to delete them from K2 users table, as long as User - K2 plugin is enabled. To delete users programmatically, you can query the database to get the IDs of blocked users and pass them to UsersModelUser::delete(). $db = JFactory::getDbo(); $query = $db->getQuery(true) ->select($db->...


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Joomshopping may have categories for the products, but it does not the Joomla core categories table/model for its categories. It has its own. The categories field is for the Joomla core categories, which means it will return categories that exist in the #__categories for the selected component/extension. Note that com_content is not the only extension ...


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Have you tried echoing anything instead of the var_dump? For example, you can have something like echo('here'); or die('here');. I think the likely issue is that your code is not even reaching the var_dump line, and that's why it's not printing the variable.


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