Opencart for a long time was needing a way to easily patch code into the framework whereby being able to remove it later without disrupting the integrity of the overall structure; In short, a plugin-like system that allowed users to easily plugin/unplug extensions to in their website without much hassle. For the longest time all extensions sold in the shop were core edits and if the files included in the package were not brand new then it would overwrite your existing code. This just isn’t realistic for a number of obvious reasons the biggest one being that you shouldn’t have to disrupt your website structure just to plug in an extension. Introducing VQMOD! Vqmod is pretty much an Opencart standard at the moment and is being used by just about everyone especially developers like myself.
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This article will show you how to change a member’s password in phpFox.
Once in a while you may receive an email from a member, stating that they are having an issue logging in and you may need to manually change their password. This is a simple task that you can perform.
Login to your phpFox admincp, and select Users > Browse Users. Learn More
Well we’re at it again!
We’ve had another month of truly successful surveys and we’re happy to report that we’ve got a winner. Before we dive into who won this month though, let’s see the results!
We sent out roughly 3,600 surveys this month. Our average service rating (scale of 1-10) was a 8.63 and 94% of our surveyed customers would recommend us to their friends.
We definitely want to see that rating go up and we’re going to actively working on making that happen, but we’re very pleased that so many of our customers would recommend us to others!
Now, for the fun part; Congratulations Robert with rfausey.net from New Jersey on winning a brand new Galaxy Tab 2!
Thank you and everyone else who participated in our survey and we can’t wait for next month.