Prestаshоp has a developer mode (dev mode). This mode is needed for outputting debugging information such as errors, warnings etc. This mode can be useful if the user applies some changes into Prestаshоp, for example installs a new module or theme, and after that some problems in the store performance begin to appear. In such cases, in order to nail down the cause of the problem, the store is switched into the developer mode. (more…)
Prestashop Drop-down Menu module offers a great navigation improvement. Store pages will be enhanced with a stylish menu, containing category blocks with products, manufacturers, images, video and any other information. Default categories automatically display filtered items – bestsellers, new products, discount products and more. There are plenty of menu designs and position variants.
- Extended drop-down menu
- Four default automatically formed blocks
- Custom blocks with any content
- Configurable menu design, position and floating
- Multilanguage and multistore support
Let’s review these features closer.
Hand meaningful information to your visitors on a silver platter. The extension allows organizing content into user-friendly and visually appealing extended menu items, appearing instantly on hover or click.
Default Prestashop Drop-down Menu categories include “Products”, where store items are sorted by type and displayed with images, “Sale”, “New Products”, “Bestsellers” and “Shop by Brand” with selection according to a manufacturer. Create your own block with any content using the WYSIWYG editor.
The menu is fully configurable. Choose its design and position, select the number of categories and items displayed, set if images are shown and configure menu floating animation. Select if you want a homepage link to be displayed in the menu.
Admin can set the module up in Modules -> Front Office Features -> Drop-down Menu -> Configure in the Back-office.
To configure Drop-down Menu blocks, navigate to Modules -> BelVG Drop-down Menu Blocks.
Standard blocks are marked with a tick in the Standard column. Admin can change the name of any standard block and/or deactivate it. Custom blocks are marked with a cross in the Standard column.
Arrows under Position column name are used to change a position of any block.
A new custom block is created easily by clicking Add new in the upper-right side of the screen.
Content is created in the WYSIWYG editor.
If everything is configured properly, store pages will be enhanced with an extended menu. Here is what it can look like.
Store items are filtered to form the content of the standard blocks:
Fill custom blocks with any type of content: