Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 September 2012 07:19 Written by Carole Bennett Sunday, 30 September 2012 12:00
I’ve been using nopCommerce for my clients for quite some time. However, I’ve had one client I hadn’t done an upgrade for since the 2.x update to nopCommerce – we’d wanted to wait until the mobile support was in place, and performance/stability issues had been addressed. Earlier this summer, we started planning a re-design to work with her expanded market. Finally, it was time for the upgrade. After having completed two other 2.6 nopCommerce sites in as many weeks, I thought this would be smooth sailing. Well, maybe not quite so much. Here’s some of the snags we hit, and the workarounds put into place.
Because there was such a gap between the old version (1.9) and the newest (2.65), pretty much everything was a wash (thus the opportunity for a re-design), so I decided to take advantage of the “Fashion” theme from nop-Templates. The clean lines and simple color scheme made it easy to strip down and incorporate the design elements for the new site. Since the client is a milliner, the extensions that come with the theme were a great addition.Learn More
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