nopCommerce is a tremendous e-commerce solution; robust and multi-functional, capable of handling thousands of products. However, there are some providers who prefer not to have live transactions on their site, but simply provide information about the products they sell in brick-and-mortar locations. For these people, nopCommerce provides a “catalog” mode – let’s see how that works.
As usual; log into nopCommerce as an administrator, and access the nopCommerce Administration section. Navigate to “Configuration”>”Access Control List”; here you’ll see options for the default roles, as well as any custom roles you may have created. If you wish to limit the ability for non-registered users to use the online shopping cart, simply un-check the “Guests” column for “Public store. Enable shopping cart”. If you don’t want anyone to be able to make purchases online, uncheck all boxes for the entire row. Learn More
In today’s article, I will show you how to use the “Quotes” module with your Dolphin 7.1 based site. Before we begin we need to install the module. A step by step guide on installing the Dolphin 7.1 base modules can be found here.
Once we have the module installed we can add or delete quotes by clicking “Quotes” under the “Modules” menu on the left side of the screen.
We can add as many quotes as we choose and also delete the default ones that come with the module. Learn More
Some people create queries that do not work and don’t have a clue why they don’t, as no error is displayed. I’ll show you how to display the MySQL error, if any, when the query is run. A must know for programmers. Great tool for debugging queries.
1. Open the file where you have your query. For this article, I will be using the following code: Learn More
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