Last Updated on Friday, 1 March 2013 07:11 Written by Fabio Porta Wednesday, 27 February 2013 12:00
Prestashop has lots of pages to display specific stuff, but it may not be enough. What if we want to show all of our products to the customer, for example? We’d need a brand new page with its controller. Let’s see how easy it’s become to add new pages to Prestashop since 1.5.
Last Updated on Saturday, 23 February 2013 01:37 Written by Andrew Cross Tuesday, 26 February 2013 12:00
Have you been using a Trial Version of SE 4 and have the license expire, once purchased the core, plus blogs, forums, and photo albums modules. You need to started with the upgrade instructions, by copying files over into the existing directory structure, but you may not proceed, as any time you hit the site, You may have received the “License expired” warning. I assume this is because you have some modules enabled that you hadn’t purchased. If you try deleting the license.txt file, clearing the cache (see below), and a few other things, but got nowhere.
You need to copy the new core to a different directory, copy over from the OLD directory structure, in application/settings the following files: database.php, general.php, mail.php.
Then clear the cache, instructions here:Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 23 February 2013 02:09 Written by Carole Bennett Sunday, 24 February 2013 12:00
One of the best things about nopCommerce is that in addition to the great features that are already built into the application, there’s a vibrant, prolific third-party product community to provide great add-ons to make your nopCommerce-driven e-commerce site an even more effective solution for your business.
First, we’ll start out with one of my favorite vendors: Nop-Templates. In addition to their excellent themes, they provide a terrific bundle of plugins that improve navigation, search features, shopping cart, and overall provide a terrific benefit to your customer’s shopping experience.Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 5 February 2013 04:56 Written by Carole Bennett Friday, 8 February 2013 12:00
One of the very coolest things about working with an open-source project like mojoPortal is that you don’t always have to wait until the next release to see what new features are going to be available. If you’re clever, you can follow the check-in notes on the repository sites like CodePlex. Let’s see how we can get the latest, and look at what new features are coming soon.
First, let’s go over to the mojoPortal Codeplex site: you can always access it via the mojoPortal “Downloads” area as well. Once you’ve clicked into the Codeplex repository, click the “Source Code” tab. Click on the “History” link below that tab; give it a moment to load, and then you’ll see three columns: the one to the far right, labeled “Comments”, is the one we’re wanting to scan.Learn More