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Hello everybody:

 

Is it possible to have a language by domain without making two shops or without using the Multishop feature on prestashop 1.5?

 

 

I have read prestashop documentation and I found this:

 

"You can find yourself wanting to use the multistore feature, where in fact it is not necessary. For instance, if you want a multilingual shop, or if you need to use more than one currency, or if you would like to have a different graphic template for each category." ( I think this is my situation )

 

Also I use StoreManager for prestashop. And I am having problems importing products when multistore feature is activated.

 

There is a module for Prestashop 1.4 called "language by domain". How can I do something like this on 1.5.

 

I want to use my domains .com .es .fr, but i do not want to make two shops.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thank you

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in 1.5 you can define the default language by domain.

 

my 1.3 and 1.4 multishop modules support language by domain, amongst other things and are best for shops that have the same product catalog across all domains.

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in 1.5 you can define the default language by domain.

Can you pls explain how to do it?

We've tried everything...

In 1.4 we had the domainbylang module, but it doesn't work on 1.5.

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localization-->localization-->choose the domain you are working with

 

then set the default language

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I don't have that option...

No domain to set up in that menu. Even tried enabling multi store, but it didn't work.

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I don't have that option...

No domain to set up in that menu. Even tried enabling multi store, but it didn't work.

 

you will need to add the domain first.

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After enabling multistore?

 

From what i read multistore is not what need.

First, this feature worked well in 1.4 with domainbylang.

Second, i want to have the exact same store, same prices,..., in both domains, only a different language.

 

If i choose to copy everything when creating a new store will the the new store use the same stock as the previous one from then on? Or will it just copy on that moment and them, when a client buy an item from one store it won't reduce the quantity in the other?

 

This is very confusing...

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And can i share the same theme? Or after the setup, if i change anything in one shop it will change in the other?

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localization-->localization-->choose the domain you are working with

 

then set the default language

 

I activated multi store. Then added a new domain to the existing store.

But when i go to localization->localization i don't have any option to choose the domain.

 

And when i choose the another language in front office, it sends me to the main domain, not even the one i was on before...

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Hi,

please I need a support to understand if the module for multilanguage flags is compatible with my PS 1.5.3. I found this module, but it's only for version 1.4. Can you help me?

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I'd like to set on PS the flags to link other domains (ex.: mydomain.com, .eu, .de, .nl, etc.) insted of permanent links. My e-shop is not a multistore.

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Hello,
 

I do some digging out of discussion but I have long search for the solution to have 1 domain per language without multi-shop and I found a module which is well worth discovering.

 
I just installed it on my web-ste www.outdoor-food.co.uk and it works for now: https://www.alabazweb.com/fr/modules-pour-le-front-office/348-langue-du-domaine.html

 
I hope it will help others ...

Edited by hadrien falieres (see edit history)

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