PrestaShop Documentation

PrestaShop Managing your Modules

PrestaShop comes with a set of modules that can be installed/uninstalled and configured as desired, in order to customize and complete your shop. The range of actions is virtually unlimited: the extensibility of PrestaShop makes it possible to turn your shop into exactly what you intend it to do, instead of you having to comply with constraints that you did not…

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PrestaShop Payment Preferences

The payment preferences are meant to help you decide which payment method should be available to your customers depending on the currency, the country, the group or the carrier. Do pay attention to this page if you want no suprises! Payment Module Restrictions on Currencies Depending upon the payment, the customer’s choice of currency can differ. You can limit the…

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PrestaShop Geolocation Preferences

Geolocation is “the identification of the real-world geographic location of an object, such as a radar, a mobile phone or an Internet-connected computer” (read more on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geolocation). In our case, geolocation is used to discover the location of a visitor, using his or her computer’s IP and other tools. One of the uses of geolocation is to block visitors from certain…

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PrestaShop Payment Methods

The “Payment Methods” page is pretty straightforward, with two sections. Active payment. The payment methods currently enabled on your shop. An action button allows you to manage the modules, with the same options that the ones available on the Modules page. Recommended payment gateways. Depending on your location and shop settings, PrestaShop will show you the available payment methods for your…

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PrestaShop Managing Shipping

How you choose to ship your products is a key element to the management and success of your store. You must account for the great variety of available methods, which can mix carriers, regional and international taxes, package weight and the price of a product itself. Luckily, PrestaShop makes it easy for you to handle it all in just a…

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Shop Parameters General Settings

The “General” page features a handful of specific settings that could not fit in the other menus. They are nonetheless essential: Enable SSL. SSL means “Secure Sockets Layer”, and includes TSL (for “Transport Layer Security”). Both are cryptographic Internet protocols which secure Web communications. You can read more about these protocols on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Sockets_Layer. Providing an SSL connection to your shop…

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Creating an Order

One of the features of PrestaShop is the ability to create an order directly from the back office. For instance, this is tremendously useful when a customer wants to buy a product but does not succeed, and you need to take the hand and make the order while on the phone or during an e-mail conversation with the customer. Clicking…

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