Last Updated on Wednesday, 3 April 2013 06:40 Written by Jack Yin Sunday, 7 April 2013 12:00
Sometimes you could have all the settings for the upcoming products right in the admin panel while it still doesn’t work at store front as expected, described as below:
Description from the community user:
I have tried installing the Upcoming Products module under Template Modules->Content and left all setting as default. I then added the Upcoming Products module under Template Modules Layout->Content, then I changed the Date Available for a few products to a future date, and then under Catalog->Products Expected, I see my upcoming products expected listed normally, I just don’t see the upcoming product module appearing in the frontend.
Last Updated on Saturday, 23 February 2013 02:10 Written by Mscott Tuesday, 26 February 2013 12:00
Hello and welcome! In today’s blog I will show you how to use the “simple messenger” module to that comes with your Dolphin 7.1 website. Before we begin, we need to install the module. A step by step guide on installing the Dolphin 7.1 base modules can be found here.
Once we have the module installed, we can access the admin options by clicking “Simple Messenger” under the “Modules” menu on the left side of the admin screen.Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 21 January 2013 02:53 Written by Joe Stenhouse Sunday, 27 January 2013 12:00
Opencart is one of many ecommerce platforms make good use of SEO URL’s. In today’s ecommerce world, it has become widely accepted to introduce all of your URL’s in static form rather than dynamic form for SEO reasons as well as esthetic reasons. Some call dynamic URL’s “messy url’s and static url’s “clean.” It’s no secret why this is the case when you look at the two side by side:
Dynamic URL: (messy)
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 December 2012 12:00 Written by Mscott Wednesday, 12 December 2012 12:00
Hello and welcome! Today, I am going to show you how to modify the language strings in Dolphin 7.1. Dolphin uses language strings to simplify the translation of your site into many different languages. In this example, we are going to change the “Copyright 2011 Your Company” in the sites footer to the name of our actual company.
First, we will log in to our Dolphin admin. Once there, click “languages settings” under the “settings” tab on the left menu bar.Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 04:01 Written by Carole Bennett Saturday, 27 October 2012 12:00
Recently, I was contacted by a developer specializing in .Net, who is fairly new to mojoPortal. He asked me if it’s possible to be profitable supporting an open-source application like mojoPortal; my unequivocal response is “Yes, quite well.” Stick around – after the break, I’ll outline some of the ways that supporting open-source can generate revenue.
Now, it should be prefaced that it won’t happen overnight; you will get pushback from some members of the community, who feel that because the core application (mojoPortal) is free, and open-source, all utilization of it should be free as well. That’s not an unusual perspective for any open-source community, whether it’s WordPress, Joomla!, Dot Net Nuke, or any other application. However; if you talk to most of the actual core developers of these applications, you’ll hear a different story. Every one I’ve talked to has openly acknowledged that their application is used as a tool by for-profits, and indeed in most cases actively encourage it. Some offer premium support packages and sponsor ships to support ongoing development (nopCommerce), while others sell premium add-ons directly from the core development team (mojoPortal).Learn More