Help with Shopping Cart

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I accidentally deleted my Shopping Cart/Buy Now page while reviewing my website puggy.com.au in the 'Edit' mode.

Can someone please help with any advice on how I can get it back?

Many thanks

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jasteele12 replied on at Permalink Reply
jasteele12
Go to your Dashboard | Sitemap and select Show System Pages

You should be able to restore the page from the !Trash...
Sort replied on at Permalink Reply
You are a legend. Thanks for the advice!
Sort replied on at Permalink Reply
I can see the Trash has 1 item sitting in there. How do I bring it back?
mhawke replied on at Permalink Reply
mhawke
On the Sitemap, drag it from the trash area to where you want it to be.
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Many thanks for the tip mhawke.

Unfortunately the only thing in the Trash is the Dashboard. When I view the contents of the Dashboard, there's no 'Buy Now' to be found. Is there any other place I can find it or have I completely deleted the page?

I've attached screen cap of the sitemap here.
mhawke replied on at Permalink Reply
mhawke
This structure frightens me. Why are so many important pages in your Trash? The sites still on version 5.5 which pre-dates my knowledge of concrete5 so I'll have to bow out to a more experienced developer before my advice kills your site ;-)
JohntheFish replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
JohntheFish
There are a number of points that need to be resolved:
1. Update concrete5 to 5.6.4.0
2. Update addons to be compatible with 5.6.4.0 and php7+
3. All the mis-placed dashboard pages
4. Theme showing dashboard bar to guest users
(5. Considering the above, there are likely to be other issues as-yet undiscovered)

With concrete5.5 being so far out of date, 1 and 2 would be very sensible preliminaries for resolving 3 & 4. Whilst it would be theoretically possible to resolve 3 & 4 without first doing 1 & 2, the overhead of doing so would likely be greater. Furthermore, your hosting environment is extremely likely to require php7+ in the near future, so failing to address all points would cost significantly more in the long run.
Sort replied on at Permalink Reply
Thank you JohnTheFish. The points you outline is very helpful. I will see what I can do to resolve those points.
Sort replied on at Permalink Reply
No problems mhawke. Big thanks for offering your time to at least reply. You're a true carer and sharer.
ConcreteOwl replied on at Permalink Reply
ConcreteOwl
I have sent you a PM, please check.