When developing new modules we may have the necessity to add some module’s data into e-mails. Let’s consider several approaches how it is possible to implement that: (more…)
Author: Alex Simonchik
In case you are using Google Maps API on a localhost or your domain was not active prior to June 22nd, 2016, you’ll need to use the API Key for sending requests. Otherwise you’ll get a grey error message instead of the map rendering. To fix this problem, please see the Google Maps APIs documentation to get a key and add it to your application.
The larger a store becomes, the more complicated its catalog structure is. Simultaneously the store menu gets more complicated as well. Database queries get more complex and more time is needed for the page generation.
Server-side caching (NGINX in our case) and AJAX requests to the submenu items can be used as one of the ways to optimize the rendering process. (more…)
Quite often when customizing your Prestashop you may need to modify the code of the default modules. Prestashop has recently opened the possibility to override modules. But unfortunately this feature still leaves much to be desired, that is why most of the developers still prefer to make changes in the code of the default modules. This article would be also useful for those, who are still using the old version of Prestashop and are using some custom modules. (more…)
Recently we faced the problem, that customers did not receive email notifications from the client’s Prestashop installation. (more…)
One of our clients wanted to change the behavior of the default HelperTreeCategories for Bulk actions. He needed it to look similar to the following: (more…)