Prestashop 101 Day 2 – Basic Prestashop Configuration

Prestashop 101 series is a great resource for who wants to learn more about this fantastic e-commerce software. In day two, we’ll start exploring the software, and have quick look at some of the Prestashop configuration settings.

Running time: 9 mins / 13 mins

Prestashop version: / 1.5.1

Watch the screencast – 1.6 version

Watch the screencast – 1.5 version

All series’ lessons

Prestashop 1.6

Prestashop 1.5


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  • Dennis Wixom

    Where do I find the live configurator in ver. 1.7?

  • Aryana Chan

    Hello !
    Might seem stupid, but I followed your first steps, and even if I configured the location of the store to display on the right column, this won’t show in the site. It even acts as if there is no right column at all when I’m trying to move the blocks manually. What can I do ?
    Have a good day !

    • NemoPS

      Are you referring to the stores block? It should display actually, prestashop version?

      • Aryana Chan

        Missed some configuration in fact, I did not allow the right column for the block I tried to move !
        I’m sorry for this one, thank you for your time.

  • Dmitry

    Thank you for your brilliant work

  • Robin

    Hi There,

    I was wondering how you add a module?

    You showed us how to remove a module … but once I removed them, I don’t know how to get a few back…


    • Nemo

      Yes, you’re right! It’s because i planned to talk about modules in lesson 5 or so. To add a module after you remove it, you will have to go to modules -> positions and click “Transplant a module”. Select the module you want, and place it in a “hook”. You will not be able to place it everywhere, as i said, so you should better stick it to where it was (in the case of the stores module, right column).
      Again, I’ll dive deep into modules in lesson 5 (likely)


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