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[Free module] Event Flyers Module - Allows multiple flyers displayed on your home page


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Event Flyers Module

Allows to upload multiple event flyers and and display them on your home page.

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Designed for PrestaShop™ 1.5.6.2 - Should work in newer releases
Event Flyers by Larry Sacherich 2014-06-02
Based on Banner Manager by by Gastón Franzé

Event Flyers:
    A small handbill advertising an event or product.
    i.e. leaflet, handout, handbill, brochure, circular or advertisement
    Inspired by: Banner Manager Module

FEATURES:
    Displays flyers on homepage (and left or right columns - NOT TESTED)
    Uses jQuery FancyBox
    Expanded configuration options
    Select sizes of main image and thumbnail
    Keeps the original image for future image resizing
    Option to crop thumbnail to show only top of flyers

 

Download the attached file: eventflyers.zip

 

Also See: github.com/lsacher/PrestaShop-Event-Flyers-Module  (contains sample data)

 

EXAMPLE: http://dnl-Antiques.com/  (bottom of page)

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eventflyers.zip

Edited by lsacher (see edit history)
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Hi,

The GitHub zip file can add some things that make it difficult for Prestashop to handle if you don't know how to change it. Just delete any files you have downloaded so far and click on the link below which will download a new zip file to your desktop. Leave it there for now.

 

dnl-webs.com/Prestashop/eventflyers.zip

 

Get into your Prestashop Administration page and go to your Modules tab and click Modules. There you will find an "Add new module" button. Click on it and upload the zip file from your desktop. It should now appear in your module listing as "Event Flyers". Click install and then configure it to your needs.

 

Hope you like it.

 

Larry

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Hi very interesting module,

but on PS 1.6.11

it's works once , one upload and after the module prevent " Error creating event."

What's wrong on it

Thanks fo this creative job

HAGDay

redtango2,  I don't have access to to an installed version of PS 1.6 so I am not sure what is happening.  Make sure your are using the EventFlyer attached to this post and not the GitHub version as GitHub zips the file differently. You may want to contact Vassend on this forum who is also using PS 1.6.

Larry

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