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El Patron

El Patron

Member Since 18 Oct 2011
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If you are going to post response to job offers, first read this.

12 December 2014 - 02:17 PM

Job Offers

 

Users may only post here if they have a Paid Job Offer. Developers and Freelancers can NOT post threads offering their services. 

Freelancers may respond to Job Offerings ONLY if they are an active and helpful forum member.
 
Freelancers, only 1/4 (25%) of your posts may be Job Offer responses. Freelancers who break this rule will be banned.

Demo 1.6.0.11 | Back Office Access (with SSL all pages)

08 December 2014 - 03:11 AM

Installed like a dream.  Note; this is not the Final release, taken from Dec 6 git hub release.

 

If you would like to take a look at 1.6.0.11 back office.

 

Link to back office

 

login email: demo@demo.com

 

pwd: demodemo

 

Note: I noticed FO that the top menu disappears on some pages.

 

Go kick the tires..

 

Happy selling


What to do when developer non responsive to their module post.

18 November 2014 - 04:02 PM

What to do If you are not getting response from original poster of a paid module:

 

1. Scroll to the original post where module is described.

2. Click the 'report' link

3. In the report please state that developer is non-responsive.

 

What happens?

 

The  PrestaShop Community managers and moderators will review the module listing for proper support/responsiveness from the developer.

 

If found that the module is not being supported properly on the forum then it will be actioned appropriately.

 

TIP: If you find a module in paid or free section, always review for positive responses from community members and timely response from developer.  If you do not see either of these situations then you should avoid using.


[How To] tinymce WYSIWYG Include Your Front Office Theme (global.css)

16 November 2014 - 11:46 PM

Lost WYSIWYG? i.e. back office did not reflect what displayed in front office.

 

In this example, I have included the direct link to global.css of active theme.

 

  • open js/tinymce.inc.php file (make a back up)
  • see/add the following hack.  change path to your shops .css file to use.
  • (note clear browser cache to see change in tinymce editor)  (chrome ctl+shift+del)
	default_config = {
//START HACK BY ELPARTON 
		//This option enables you to specify a custom CSS file that extends the theme content CSS.
		content_css : "../themes/leodigital/css/global.css",
		//If this option is set to true it will append the imported styles to the end of the "Formats" menu by default it will replace the default formats.
		importcss_append: true,
//END HACK BY ELPARTON 

more information:

content_css


[Module] Custom Front Office Default Currency (+ by shop in MultiShop)

07 November 2014 - 07:22 PM

front-office-default-currency.jpg

Manage Front Office Default Currency

PrestaShop 1.5 | 1.6 

 

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Define Different Default Front Office Currency (+ by shop in MultiShop)

 

Module allows you to define a different Front Office default currency, independent of Back Office default.


Supports single or 'by shop for MultiShops' default front office currency.

 

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