Logo Prestashop? How well do you really know the logo on your website? How to customize it, replace the default logo by another? I've compiled in this article everything about the logo of a site made with Prestashop.
How to change Prestashop Logo
This is not only the first question but also the most really interesting questions people ask when developing your ecommerce website. To change the logo of your shop, go to BackOffice and then in the Preferences -> Theme menu.
On this page, there are 4 types of customizable logos:
Instagram Client ID and Client Secret Key are use to intergrate a social login module on ecommerce site, that allows visitors to access websites using an Instagram account.
Many customers report being tired by having to create new accounts to buy something, and a social login module is a good solution to boost conversion rates that provided on your online shop will give rich opportunities for merchants.
We also have a plan to release a Prestashop Social Login module (Fb, Twitter, Insta...). What will the module called? Just tell me a name!
This ecommerce platform is the solution for businesses that are looking for a programming platform that guarantees quality functionalities that you can use to make your e-commerce site attractive and easy to maneuver. It is open-source, meaning that you don’t have to pay a dime!
Here are the reasons that you need to use Prestashop for your online shop!
Before you start your business on your e-commerce Prestashop site, though, you'll have to install and set up your theme.
The goal of this guide is to show you everything that needs to install Prestashop Theme with Sample Data.
These days, owning a professional looking website is of crucial importance for any type of business. And you need a really good theme because it's your greatest ambassador on this endless digital market.
If it doesn't look professional and presentable, people will avoid interacting with it.
What do you thing about Prestashop? It is one of the most popular content management system for e-commerce websites. It is used by small businesses and large enterprise companies alike, and can be enhanced by thousands of Prestashop addons. More than 270,000 ecommerce sites worldwide run on this open-source platform and is available in 65 different languages.
It is fairly easy to use, provides a powerfully responsive store interface for shoppers, offers a comprehensive set of features, and it's free.
Today we will discover how to install Prestashop 1.7 on your hosting / server (i always love to install a site on a Ubuntu Server - it's lightweight and easy-to-use). This is one of the most useful tutorials for developing your ecommerce site.
Want to add a custom link to the menu? This guide shows how to add your link to the menu in your site easily.
Menus in your site may contain links to pages, categories, custom links or other content types. So, in case you want a menu tab to link directly to another website/webpage, then follow these instructions.
How to write a strong SEO Title Tag that Google will love on your site? In my previous tutorial on Prestashop SEO Made Simple : A Step-by-Step guide, i said that the title should be succinct between 5 and 10 words, roughly 60 characters. Yesterday when i worked on a P1.7 website, i can see this platform offers you to write a title tag with max 70 characters.
What is the correct number? Because title tags are one of the essential elements, and even a slight change in the meta title of your page can bring a significant shift in your organic rankings, so, we need to find the correct number.
Then @Psdesigner and @Damien Belgacig asked me about the way to put subcategories images instead of main category's image. Sorry 2 guys, Disqus didn't tell me about your comments.
Well, as my previous article, if you edit ps_mainmenu template file (ps_mainmenu.tpl) and put the source code as my suggest, all categories images will be showed on Prestashop Menu. In case you only want to allow subcategories images, we need to make some changes.
Subscription Business is not new and quite common, especially for the services. Since consumer buying habits are trending toward more simple and hassle-free shopping experiences, more and more companies are jumping into the subscription space and seeing incredible growth. It's not difficult to use it on your Prestashop website.
Selling a one-off digital product, service or course may offer you instant gratification. You get an email saying you've made a sale and the money turns up in your bank account. However, you then need to work hard to get a new customer to make a purchase.
One of our clients, Rajković, sell animal food and feeds in Prague, Czech. His products are very good and his clients are very lovely.
But he told me "Frank, i'm losing. I'm spending too much money on advertising."
This costs time and money. So why not try maximising your revenue – and easing your cash flow – by persuading customers to sign up to a membership/subscription? That way your initial marketing investment pays off month after month after month.
Prestashop Theme Catalog menu is available under "Design" section in website back office, and as a developer/designer/freelancer, you really don't want to keep this item because your clients use it to find a catalog of official addons marketplace themes. It's there for advertising purposes only and it is there totally useless.
Follow this guide helps you to remove the menu easily without any trouble.
Many people asked our support team to disable the popup that shows when adding a product to the cart with ajax, and instead redirect to the Cart Summary page. I have seen many posts instructing to disable Add to Cart popup in the Cart Block module, but it only works for Prestashop 1.6.
In P1.7, the feature "Redirect after adding product to cart" does not exist anymore, and in this case, you might want to disable Prestashop Ajax Cart feature that belongs to the Shopping Cart module. Unfortunately, if you disable this feature, the popup won't display but it does not redirects your customer to the Cart Summary page.
On this tutorial, i will show you how to disable Add to cart Prestashop popup, redirect to Prestashop Cart summary on v1.7.
I've received many questions from clients about how to remove Powered by Prestashop from emails. Well, your site is (almost) running, but you don't like the way the emails look, especially the bottom part "My site powered by Prestashop" that make you look like an amateur.
Maybe you would like to display there your own message for your customers or remove it for good. On this tutorial, i will show you how to remove it or display your own text.