Time to expand our business to the rest of the world! But to do this we will need to add other employees and languages to our shop. Luckily, Prestashop saves us the day again providing easy ways to do both things!
In this tutorial, we will see how to create a smart shopping cart summary for Prestashop, and allow customers to know if any of the products they are buying went of stock (much like amazon)
You can easily restrict a Prestashop module’s display by adding exceptions in the back office positions. However, if you automate the process, there is a small trick that can be used when creating a module’s hook, which will also open a whole set of new possibilities to display page-specific content.
In this video we will have an overview of the Prestashop Module called Layered Navigation Block, as many people requested an how to video about its settings and setup!
Extending Prestashop Objects in the proper way can be a hit-and-miss process because of the uneven core structure. In this tutorial we will add a whole new custom field to the product class and see how to make it editable from the back office.
The number one thing that marks a difference between 1.5 and its predecessor is surely the multistore capability. Let’s see how the Prestashop multistore feature enables us to manage any number of shops from a single admin interface and database.
It’s no secret every website owner wants to top SERPs in their niche. This is not only true, but also vital for every e-merchant. In this lesson, we will deal with Prestashop SEO, and have a look at a couple of general preferences you might want to check before the big launch.
Adding product images in the default Prestashop Ajax cart can be tricker than expected, especially if you want to display them on the fly, without a page refresh. Let’s see how to do it properly in this quick tip!