Prestashop 101 Day 6 – Prestashop Modules

This is the big Day. Today, we will finally talk about Prestashop Modules. We will see a bunch of core modules, have a look at how to install, disable them, change their position, and finally look at some places where to find third party modules.

Prestashop version: 1.6.0.8 / 1.5.2

Watch the screencast – 1.6 version

Watch the screencast – 1.5 version

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  • Zoey-Sheree Goon

    you tutorials have been fantastic! i am using Prestashop 1.6.1.9 and have come accross a issue when i go to the back office and then modules and services i get this error

    [PrestaShop] Fatal error in module file :D:Program Files (x86)EasyPHP-Devserver-16.1eds-wwwprestashopmodulesavalarataxavalaratax.php:
    require(): Failed opening required ‘D:Program Files (x86)EasyPHP-Devserver-16.1eds-wwwprestashop/modules/avalaratax/backward_compatibility/backward.php’ (include_path=’D:Program Files (x86)EasyPHP-Devserver-16.1eds-wwwprestashoptoolshtmlpurifier/standalone;.;C:phppear’)

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3c3df9c43f2f47b2c1802bd5383a83a3a6fff82ab71837911819eadc6f3fa847.jpg
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/51d32e3181899e7b7161546288757a4a6bb08b5c9f59385b05d45efd553097c4.jpg

    can anyone help?

    • NemoPS

      I guess try to remove the avalaratax module, just rename the folder and see what happens

  • paulo Willians

    Awesome tutorials! Best didatic of the web!

  • Neil

    Your tutorial is great! Thanks for sharing this.

  • miccy

    I just started using Prestashop a week ago. This tutorial on moving modules around has been extremely helpful.

    I’ve also just followed your tutorial on displaying products in a grid view. With the help of your tutorials I’ve successfully managed to change two fundamental aspects of my website’s layout in under an hour. Thankyou! :D

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