How to make the images responsive on topic pages in nopCommerce

nopCommerce’s default theme (out of the box) supports responsive design. This means the layout is optimized for all the screen sizes including desktop, tablets and smartphones. This allows the store site layout to adjust automatically depending on the screen size by keeping the same overall design.

Enable / Disable the responsive design:  nopCommerce allows store owners to enable or disable the responsive design. By default, this feature is enabled and available on this location: Administration > Configuration > Settings > General And Miscellaneous settings > “Responsive design supported”

A lot of users post questions about why their images are not responsive when posted on topic pages even when the theme is responsive. Today. we will discuss the solution that can fix this problem. Learn More

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Remove Signatures in Specific Forums in Xenforo

Today we are going to discuss how to remove signatures in specific forums that you define. It’s pretty easy and takes very little code. However you do need to know is the node numbers. It’s pretty easy to finds these you can find these by looking in the address bar when you are editing the node in the ACP it looks like this: Learn More

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Social Networking Java Chrome Not Active

Do you have a Java enabled networking site and now after a few users have updated their version of Google Chrome find that they can no longer access the java functions within the site?


This is due to Google and the NPAPI plugin. The Java plug-in for web browsers relies on the cross platform plugin architecture NPAPI, which has long been, and currently is, supported by all major web browsers. Google announced in September 2013 plans to remove NPAPI support from Chrome by “the end of 2014”, thus effectively dropping support for Silverlight, Java, Facebook Video and other similar NPAPI based plugins. Recently, Google has revised their plans and now state that they plan to completely remove NPAPI by late 2015. As it is unclear if these dates will be further extended or not, we strongly recommend Java users consider alternatives to Chrome as soon as possible. Instead, we recommend Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari as longer-term options. Learn More

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