Manage Product Options in Opencart

In my previous post related to adding of attributes in OpenCart we discussed the importance of adding each and every minor detail on the product details page which could encourage users to make their purchase. Attributes play a significant part of product details as they help to build product specifications. Now one more important part of product detail page is ‘Options’. Here is the example of options for product.

It gives you clue about variants of particular product. For instance in this case Apple Cinema is available in three different sizes and based on size customer select there will be some difference in cost.

So, rather then creating three duplicates product with same specification we can list down options on same product detail page. This makes options very essential part of store.

Here are steps to create new option if you does not find any of out of box option suitable for your requirement. Learn More

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Joomla! 3.4.6 Released

In December, the Joomla team released version 3.4.6. In order to provide the necessary security for users, Joomla released an update that reduces security vulnerability in Joomla websites. Learn More

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[TomatoCart] – Use vagrant with tomatocart to build development enviroment!

Vagrant is a powerful automatic tool to build development environment. It is possible to just write a programmable file to describe all of dependencies for your application. After that, you just need to run a single command – vagrant up to start a virtual machine that includes all of needed dependencies. You needn’t install them step by step, they will be installed automatically during the virtual machine startup. Once you store the vagrant file with your project code, the development environment will be same as the production environment. Your team members will have a identical development environment. Say goodbye to works on my machine.

Now, I will show you how to use vagrant for TomatoCart project: Learn More

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