In my previous article I discussed the process of building a FormData object and sending it to the server using Jquery. This is great but what if you are building this site to be used by a browser that does not recognize DataForm objects. You need to know which browsers allow it then look here.
You have a couple of options.
1. You could simply check to see if the browser allows it and if not, then you redirect them to a different form. Learn More
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It’s significant to improve your store’s performance to satisfy the visitor who may become your next customer. The web users often navigate away from sites that take an average of 3 seconds or longer to load. It means you are losing the potential customers. Learn More
It can be useful to be able to see from which country you received an order, without having to inspect each and every of them. In this tutorial, we will see how to add a ‘country’ column to the Prestashop order list, which will also enable us to filter them by country itself.