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(Dutch Article) iDeal integreren in Prestashop met gebruik van iDeal checkout en TargetPay

In this article I will explain in dutch how to offer your customers the iDeal payment option. If anyone is interested I will write it in English to. iDeal is a payment option often used in the Netherlands so if you are planning to start a webshop there I will definitely translate it for you! […]

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Tip 5 – Upgrading/Updating Prestashop step by step

Tip 5 – Upgrading/Updating Prestashop step by step

Upgrading Prestashop is not easy especially if your used to using WordPress with it’s wonderful auto updater for both its core and its plugins. But upgrading Prestashop is still worth doing because of new features and security reasons. Making a backup of all Prestashop files and the database before updating Prestashop As I said updating […]

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Tip 4 – How to manually backup Prestashop using Filezilla and phpMyAdmin

Tip 4 – How to manually backup Prestashop using Filezilla and phpMyAdmin

Most of the time online software offers the user the option to backup all the database and sometimes even to backup their files. But I don’t like to rely on those functions I rather like to do it my own way. How to backup your files located on your hosting using Filezilla If you want […]

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Tip 3 – Moving Prestashop from one host to another

Tip 3 – Moving Prestashop from one host to another

Moving Prestashop from one host to another can be quite hard if you have never done this before. It’s also quite time consuming so only do this when you no you have enough time. What do you need to move Prestashop to a new host Export from your MySQL database; Export from all Prestashop files […]

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3.3 How to go through Prestashop’s configuration checklist

3.3 How to go through Prestashop’s configuration checklist

If you go to your Prestashop back end for the first time you’ll probably see a Configuration checklist. This checklist has several items on them that need to be done to ensure the following: Safety; Search engine optimization; Performance. If you open your Prestashop back end for the first time it will probably look similar to […]

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3.2 How to remove our stores, powered by Prestashop and so on

3.2 How to remove our stores, powered by Prestashop and so on

I think most of the people that start a webshop do this because they have no store. If you followed all my article’s you should still have a “Our stores”-block on your front end. If you want to remove this block is up to you. I will briefly explain how to delete it and after […]

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Tip 1 – How to remove Prestashop’s Smarty cache in Filezilla

Tip 1 – How to remove Prestashop’s Smarty cache in Filezilla

Sometimes you make a change to Prestashop and nothing happens. You think you’re working in the wrong file or the back end doesn’t work properly. Well it may be a cache problem. Using the Smarty template engine is a good thing! Prestashop makes use of the Smarty template engine which is good! Cause it separates […]

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3.1 Removing all the dummy content from the Prestashop installation

3.1 Removing all the dummy content from the Prestashop installation

After exploring Prestashop it’s team to remove the dummy content that got with the installation of Prestashop. I can almost hear you say: “But why did we install it in the first place?” well the answer to that is quite simple Prestashop may by installing a lot of dummy content but you can always use […]

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3.0 Exploring Prestashop’s front- and Back end for the first time

3.0 Exploring Prestashop’s front- and Back end for the first time

After uploading Prestashop to your web hosting and installing Prestashop you can open your Prestashop site for the first time! Just go to www.your-domain.com. Prestashop’s front-end A shop’s front end is also known as what the people see. A back end is what a administrator see’s. By default Prestashop uses a theme that is already […]

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2.2 Installing Prestashop using the automatic installer

2.2 Installing Prestashop using the automatic installer

If you have gotten this far you should now have: Prestashop uploaded to your host by using Filezilla; Proper chmod permissions on all of your folders. if you miss any of the above please correct it. Building a webshop is easier then before. Back in the day programming was a tough nut to crack and […]

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