It happens that you need to change the position of a module’s block on the frontend, for example, you want to place it higher or lower on the page. So in Prestashop 1.7, it can be done by using a special tool, you can find on “Positions” page. This tool lets you attach a module to one of the various available hooks in the theme, and you don’t need to write any code. (more…)
It’s no secret, that the world of commerce is advancing at a crazy pace. The business of selling has become a real science, why? Because it is no longer about people buying their stuff only in a brick-and-mortar store. The number of sales channels has increased significantly, or I would say enormously. Online stores, social media, brick-and-mortar, you name it, but this is only a small part of the picture. (more…)
It is widely known if you’d like to get your business prosperous, all the spheres should be covered, especially this one that meets modern demands. With regards to e-commerce world, nowadays it can’t be run without online stores that are supposed to be rather convenient to do shopping. Web store owners, who are familiar with the conduct of business rules, rely on the platform upon which their web shops are based. Having chosen one of the most much-in-demand e-commerce platform called Magento, you can provide your customers with better shopping experience while increasing your income. Do you still doubt? In this case, you’re proposed to consider the top world brands that are run on Magento as well. (more…)
In a word, in Magento there are three maximum fallback steps implied by theme hierarchy when developing:
- Custom theme is a current website theme that is being developed.
- Default theme is a parent version from which we inherit Custom theme. It can be not only the preselected theme but also the theme that has been already designed.
- Base theme is the main Magento theme to be inherited from and reassigned by other themes (Custom and Default). One can say it is the part of Magento’s core. It is preferable not to alter files directly in the theme, but create a duplicate in the theme, as when updating Magento, all the changes in the folder “Basic theme” can be rerecorded.
Every brand should obligatory has its own logo. And the logo should represent all the advantages of your company. Your brand will be recognized and associated with the logo you will create. And of course, it should be placed in the most visible place on your web store. We are talking about the header and main menu block. So let’s overview one of the most frequently asked questions – how can I change the Logo in my Prestashop 1.7 website?
Use strict mode
The “use strict” directive changes code into the mode that adheres to the up-to-date standard. It looks like the line “use strict” or ‘use strict’ and is placed at the beginning of the script:
Besides, the directive is used in functions. In such cases, a strict mode can be executed in function scope. The action “use strict” can’t be possibly canceled. It’s not supported by versions IE9 and older.