In this article I’m going to tell you how to create a payment module for Prestashop. Every country has its own payment methods, some are more popular than others. There are such methods as PayPal that can be found all over the world but every country has its own favorite anyway.
Rather than being inherited from the “Module” class all payment methods are inherited from the special class – “PaymentModule”.
While working on online stores or extensions every Magento developer needs debug information about errors in the code. Also the information about exceptions that is generated by Magento can be very useful for developers. There are some powerful tools in Magento to obtain this information: log of exceptions and error messages (error reporting). In this article I will tell you how to activate these features in Magento.
Before enabling error messages (or exceptions log) it is necessary to disable caching and compilation in the Magento administrative panel.
You ever wondered why the estimates that the developers give you rarely match the real timeframe 100%?
Sometimes the answer might be simple “greed” or incompetence. But let’s assume for a second that you work with a competent and straightforward developer. Does it mean he’ll always commit to his deadline? Maybe. But the reality tells us that no, even the most honest and competent developer can fail the deadline.
Lift your store up from the RUNWAY Fashion Responsive Prestashop 1.6 Template. Reasonably minimalistic in design – it helps focus on colorful navigation elements. The theme is functional and ready to accommodate your extensions. It’s responsive and looks good on mobile devices. Originally meant for clothing stores and accessories it’s both functional and neutral enough to present any type of product.
Runway Prestashop 1.6 Template is coded by certified professionals for your comfort and store growth. Inbuilt functional extensions like: Homefeatured slider on homepage, Static blocks module and Scroll Top module.
So the default Magento 2.0 page is here for everyone to see. If you don’t have access to the demo and really anticipate what’s coming up this year – we’ll give you a sneak-peek of our own Magento 2.0 setup and tell you what’s on the frontend right now.