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  1. to fields list add

            $this->fields_list['product_supplier_reference'] = array(
    			'title' => $this->l('Suuplier Reference'),
    			'filter_key' => 'supp!product_supplier_reference'




    and extend query with this left join:

    LEFT JOIN `'._DB_PREFIX_.'product_supplier` supp ON sa.id_product = supp.id_product



     Thank you so much! That worked!

  2. In that case, you can try using $this->select..= 'ps.supplier_reference'; and also $this->join .= 'ps_product_supplier ps' before that


    Use this:


    $this->select .= 'ps.supplier_reference';

    $this->join .= 'ps_product_supplier ps';
    $this->fields_list['supplier_reference'] = array(
    'title' => $this->l('Supplier Reference'),
    'width' => 90,
    'type' => 'texts',
    'align' => 'right',
    'filter_key' => 'a!supplier_reference'


    Didnt quite work for me. Supplier Reference column still empty


    You must edit (extend) the constructor for AdminProductsController

    Add your new field like


    $this->fields_list['price'] = array(
    'title' => $this->l('Base price'),
    'width' => 90,
    'type' => 'price',
    'align' => 'right',
    'filter_key' => 'a!price'
    BUt using a!supplier_reference instead of price, and changing texts and type accordingly ;)



    I used the below but it didn't work. Only displayed the Supplier Reference column without data values. I checked the products, they have Supplier Reference values saved:

    $this->fields_list['supplier_reference'] = array(
    'title' => $this->l('Supplier Reference'),
    'width' => 90,
    'type' => 'texts',
    'align' => 'right',
    'filter_key' => 'a!supplier_reference'
  4. server and session level storage  $_SERVER | $_SESSION


    Interesting. With 2gb RAM, it would be interesting to use it with default layer nav. I have a theme that uses Layer Navigation Block (mod). It is modified to work with rollover image and yotpo review at product listing page.


    If there is a module with feature to cache layer nav results in memory, it would have to work on top of existing layer nav module provided by the themes.

  5. While modules like Page Cache and JavaPro are making significant contributions to Prestashop speed, one thing that bugs me is the Layer Navigation Block. Because it cannot be cached, it needs to constantly query db.


    Unfortunately, while I'm getting acceptable speeds when toggling between filter options, I thought it should be near instant. I'm currently doing 1 sec with the above 2 modules turned on. Store has 280+ products with features and attributes.


    Is there any module that can bring this down to 0.2 sec for a much better user experience? Obviously my goal here is to NOT purchase more hardware.

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  6. We are starting to out grow Prestashop's default order comments system.


    The problem is that customer's emails can be coming from various avenues and it's hard to maintain them all at one place tagged to the order. Half of the customers don't use the Contact Us form with the order ID and simply email us using their private mail client instead. This means store admins can't keep our correspondence related to the order in one place.


    Modules like Zendesk currently aren't so user friendly.


    Default Prestashop's Customer Service feature is really way to outdated and unproductive.


    There is currently no module that can:

    • extract incoming email sent via customer's personal mail client and tag it to an order
    • able to answer email tickets that are general queries and not tagged to any orders
    • like zendesk, allows customer to directly reply above the ==== lines of the email and prestashop capturing only the new email text contents instead of the whole history threads of email
    • show order related correspondence directly at admin's order page replacing the "order comment" for increased productivity



  7. Aftership. Woot! Finally a HKG company doing something greeaaat!


    Trying it out.. Don't you just hate how the local Chinese couriers have odd exception names in their tracking, anyway to change this. For example SF express says "sign after receiving" what does that even mean.  I guess its a translation issue... and "Pick-Up" instead of "Picked Up"


    I'm still testing your module and service, lets see...


    Would like to know what else you guys are working on!



    We also had issues with various carrier using different status strings from time to time. The only way to know there is a change of string in update status is when you are lucky enough to chance upon that shipment.


    User defined customs trigger "if contains string" maybe?

  8. In fact it's hard to stay relevant in any tech space :) I'm pretty sure there are still a huge bunch of Prestashop stores on older version and prefer not to take the risk of upgrading.


    Also, the upside of your module is that as long as the module is compatible with all 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, it's able to load js at top in 1.6 instead which some themes will find very useful :)

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  9. I'm affraid PageCache cannot cache this quickview because it is generated by the module. It's not a classic page. Or I will have to add specific code for this module.

    Sadly the Quick view module is from the theme since it says Developed by :IQIT-COMMERCE.COM. :( Pity


    Quick View and Layered Navigation(mod) are the slowest loading as they need to query db a lot. The rest are very fast thanks to your module 

  10. 1) you cant moderate pictures on instagram, only instagram moderators can

    2) you can change it with css styles, everything depends on you

    3) can you explain what you exactly expect?


    1) You don't moderate images appearing on instagram but what gets displayed on the prestashop widget (your module). As a store competitor, it's easy for me to bombard another store with my pictures containing my store url. The widget needs an approval process in case of spams


    3) facebook uses #hashtags as well. If you can capture insta hashtags, you can also do the same for fb. Facebook is integrated with many SNS like tumblr etc which auto post text from Tumblr to Fb. This creates a good source of hashtags and user submitted photos.

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