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Instalar modulo frontpageslideshow para prestashop?


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Comentan esto en un foro ingles.

1. Unpack the Static PHP version zip file.

2. Navigate inside the folder "fpss" to "slideshows", copy the folder "demoslideshow" (inside the same directory) and rename the copy to "myslideshow". This will act as the folder of your slideshow.

3. Important: You need to maintain the structure of the slideshow folders. That means you ALWAYS put your slide images inside the "images" folder. Your slide contents are located inside the data.php file and the configuration options of your slideshow are located in the configuration.php file. The structure of your slideshow folder must always be:

|__ slideshows

You can obviously change only the "yourslideshowfolder" to whatever you want.

4. Upload (using FTP) the entire "fpss" folder to the root of your site. If your site is www.mysite.com then you should be able to read this text on www.mysite.com/fpss/readme.txt

5. Find the page where you want to add the slideshow. Let's say this page is the index.php located at the root of your site as well. The code that you will use to call your slideshow is this:

// START of "Frontpage Slideshow" settings
$nameOfSlideshowToDisplay = "myslideshow"; // Enter the name of your slideshow. Slideshows are in folders inside /fpss/slideshows/.
$URLofyoursite = "http://www.mysite.com"; // Enter your site's URL.
$AbsoluteServerPathofyoursite = "/home/user/public_html"; // Enter the root path of your site on the server.

// do not edit below this line
// END of "Frontpage Slideshow" settings

Edit the code block to reflect your site's paths.
You may want to check out the supplied demoslideshow.php file that comes with the zip file you unpacked and see how the code is applied.

6. Open your browser and go to www.mysite.com/index.php. You will see the demo slideshow in place as we haven't yet edited our slideshow. This is what we'll do next.

4. First change the CONFIGURATION options of your slideshow. Locate the configuration.php file inside /fpss/slideshows/myslideshow/ and edit it per your needs. Make sure you read carefully what each option does.

5. Add your SLIDES: Edit your slideshow's data.php file (in the same folder) to add/delete slides. Simply copy/paste or delete the data blocks marked with "slide elements" and edit the properties of each block to reflect each slide's contents (slide title, category, tagline, text, image). The demo slideshow has 4 slides in it but you can add as many as you want.

6. When you're done with editing the contents and configuration options of your slideshow, re-open your browser and again navigate to www.mysite.com/index.php. Et voila! Enjoy your Frontpage Slideshow!


When using a CMS like Wordpress or Drupal (or any other PHP based CMS), the steps to add Frontpage Slideshow in your template/theme are exactly the same as the above.

- For Drupal users add the FPSS code block inside the page.tpl.php file of your theme, located in themes/yourtheme/

- For Wordpress users add the FPSS code block inside the index.php file of your theme, located in wp-content/themes/yourtheme/

In a similar manner you can add Frontpage Slideshow on other popular CMSs like Textpattern, e107, CMS Made Simple, XOOPS, Magento (e-commerce), Zen Cart (e-commerce), osCommerce (e-commerce), Simple Machines Forum (SMF) (forum), phpBB (forum) and many more.

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No parece que eso sea un modulo para Prestashop, más bien parece un Script que lo puedas instalar insertando el código en el index de tu tienda.

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Por el link que mencionan, es un script pero no es un modulo para prestashop, aunque si podria hacerse, ya hay uno que tiene uno de los miembros de PS en su website rsi-sistemas.com.ar creo que es.

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pues este post es viejo pero como siempre me mandan privado por esto, respondo aqui :
NO SE PUEDE, pero hay una version para paginas staticas pero el problema es que entra en conflicto con los styles, a un que tal vez rompiendose la cabeza se podria pero no le veo cual es la gancia ya que hay miles de slides mejores y compatibles con prestashop...


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