nopCommerce is a top-notch e-commerce system, one of the best open-source .Net-based e-commerce applications available. However, it can be a bit less than straightforward to add additional content to a nopCommerce implementation. Clients may request additional content such as informational pages on the background and history of their products, or a gallery to display previous designs or products. Here’s two ways to accomplish that with nopCommerce.
The first method is the most straightforward; creating a topic, and linking to the topic in your menu. You will be limited to HTML-based content, which will be fine for most purposes, but won’t include widget support. Here are the steps for this method:
1. Log into your nopCommerce instance as an administrator, and access the Admin area Learn More
Customize the message displayed every time your users reach a 404 Not Found page, in your Clip-Bucket v2 website. You can also edit any other page by following the same instructions. Best of all is you don’t need any HTML knowledge, the editor is a WYSIWYG.
Difficulty level: Easy
1. Login into the admin_area Learn More
With the rapid proliferation of mobile devices, it’s increasingly important to make sure your website is mobile-compatible, across a wide array of platforms. With mojoPortal, you have the option of using the Mobile Kit, or relying on responsible design. Today, we’ll go over points by Joe Audette, the chief architect of mojoPortal, of why using both methods may be your best bet.
Recently, I reached out to Joe Audette, the creator of the mojoPortal CMS, to get his take on the new responsive design available via the Bootstrap framework incorporated in the latest CSS3/HTML5 templates from mojoPortal, vs. the Mobile Kit Pro for mojoPortal. This was his response: Learn More