If you ever look for an easy and cheap way to add any kind of content to your prestashop store, my new module, HTML Block, is something you can’t miss!
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.
I’m glad to announce that my brand new Prestashop Module: Prestashop Ticket System, is now available in my Addons store!
Today I’m launching my latest little module child: Rich Text footer, a Prestashop footer module that allows you to create handsome html footer content directly from the back office, and with the visual editor! Oh, and of course, it’s fully translatable.
Hey fellows! I'm proud to announce that my new Prestashop module called "Nemo's Prestashop Slider" (pretty selfish, huh?) is finally available in the store.
In today’s quick tip, we’ll see why the top horizontal menu (bundled with the new template) can’t be edited the default way, causing trouble to many people, and how to make it re-usable for future projects.
There was a time when you had to go to your database, and manually erase all of your dummy orders and related data manually. That was the past. You can now delete Prestashop orders in one click with my free module.
Today, we are going to cover one of the most overlooked feature of Prestashop: Hooks. I’ll be teaching you what these mysterious entities really are, and how to bend them to your will, and bring your site to the next level of customization.