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  1. Voor een klant heb ik ruim een jaar geleden een webshop opgezet op basis van PrestaShop. Zo af en toe wil de eigenaar wat aanpassingen (in de layout, of functionaliteit). Zelf heb ik echter geen tijd meer dit naast mijn normale baan te doen. Hiervoor ben ik op zoek naar iemand met enige Prestashopervaring die deze onderhoudstaken zou willen overnemen. Het gaat normaal geproken maar om enkele uren per maand. Reageren mag via PM.
  2. One of our clients asked that we build a webshop for them with PrestaShop. They're currently using version 1.5.4.0. The website has been up and running for about 4 months now and there is one rather pressing issue - which other people also seem to be having. The problem is that Google Webmaster Tools is reporting hundreds of duplicate pages (yes, hundreds). The shop contains hundreds of products, some of which appear in multiple categories. Adding a <link rel="canonical" href="..." /> should solve this problem. It looks like PrestaShop supports this by default, because there is a 'canonical url' feature in the SEO section of the admin module. However, we've always had this feature activated, so it obviously doesn't work. Also, there is no such canonical link tag in the source code. On the SEO page, it says that your theme must be compatible with the canonical URL feature, so my question is, how do you make your theme compatible with the canonical URL feature? When I use the default theme, the canonical URL is not there, so does even the default theme not support this, or does this feature not do what it should do and should we use a third-party module?
  3. There is a way to actually make this work for individual products. I discovered this quite accidentally. Here's what can be done: 1. Go to the shop back-end 2. Edit a product that has combinations but -erroneously- shows the 'Add to cart' button in the product list 3. Go to the 'Combinations' tab 4. Select another combination as the default one (you can switch back immediately) 5. Now the 'Add to cart' button has -correctly- disappeared. Somehow I guess a property on the product row is changed to its correct value when you edit a product, which is not set correctly when you add a new product with combinations. Later I will do some tests and try to find out what's happening in the database. The shop in this case has about 500 products with combinations, so we don't really want to go through and update them all manually. Hopefully an analysis of the database will yield a more permanent fix (changing all records using a SQL query) and might even pinpoint the source of the problem. I'll keep you posted.
  4. I'm having an issue with a Prestashop installation. The shop contains many products with attributes (so many possible combinations) so we decided to set the 'Display "add to cart" button when product has attributes' to 'No'. However, it does not work on all pages. If I do a search and hit enter using the default search module, I get my search results and the 'Add to cart' button is not shown on products with attributes, so that's correct. However, when I just browse to a category, the 'add to cart' button is always shown, regardless of whether the product has any attributes or not. Both the search.tpl and category.tpl files use the product-list.tpl partial template, so this is a bit strange. It seems that somehow the category controller is not assigning a property to the template (it has to do with $product.id_product_attribute). Has anyone else encountered this problem or has anyone got any ideas on how to fix this?
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