[TomatoCart] Several Tips to Customize your Store

In this article, I will teach you how to do following two customizations for your store.

  • Remove ‘Powered by tomatocart‘ button from right side bar of admin panel.
  • Change invoices coding to utf8 to clear the ??? messy code.
  • Add extra language definitions into language xml file and make it available for store

Remove Powered by tomatocart Snip20140727_17               Step 1. Go to admin > templates > default > desktop > core > all.js. Step2. Open the all.js and search the following code:

<img src="images/power_by_button.png" height=50 width=100 />

Step3. Please just remove above code. Snip20140727_18               Change invoices coding to utf8 to clear the ??? messy code. Step 1. Download this package: Fixes for Tomatocart. Step 2. Unzip and upload fonts directory from toc javítások\tcpdf magyar fontok to /ext/tcpdf/. Step3.  You need Friendly URL Fix just upload admin directory from friendly url javítás. Add extra language definitions into language xml file and make it available for store Step 1. Add language key, value and group into the includes/languages/en_US.xml file. For example:

<definition> 
      <key>contact_form</key> 
      <value><![CDATA[Contact Form]]></value> 
      <group>info</group> 
 </definition>

Step 2. Import the new language definition added in the xml file under admin > Definitions > Languages. Snip20140727_20 As you can see, you have to check the ‘Only Add New Records’ option to import the new language definition. If you wish to update the existing language definitions in the database with the definitions in the xml file, you have to check the second option. If you wish to replace all of language definitions in the database with the definitions in the whole xml file, you have to check the third option. That’s it. If you has any extra question, please contact support@tomatocart.com.

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