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Flow

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#293618 Pre Start Questione

Posted by Flow on 20 January 2018 - 10:34 AM

You can not have the main language without it showing in the url, unfortunately. It would need some custom coding. 

 

You could however, with some 301 redirect rules, redirect all links that don't have a language code in them to your main language. This way your links will continue to work. At least I think this is possible. 

 

As for filters - yes this is possible. You could place a block on category view. Say your category is tires, you could filter them by size, brand, for X brand car, etc.




#293033 Eu Legislation On Cookies In 2018

Posted by Flow on 11 January 2018 - 10:14 AM

It's going to change again this year. I believe pop-ups won't be necessary anymore, just having the info on your website with a direct linnk would be enough.




#291538 Version 4.7.1

Posted by Flow on 19 December 2017 - 01:29 PM

Well yes that might be an option but if you use a separate storefront for wholesale you (I in this case) might just want to hide the second storefront from B2C customers not the other way around.

At any rate I will keep this idea in mind but I will play with the suggestions that Darius made first and see how that works out.

 

Why not just use a setting so that people can only see your wholesale store after getting access and logging in? And set is so that google doesn't index it. 




#285307 Different Banners For Each Language?

Posted by Flow on 02 October 2017 - 10:08 AM

It is easiest and best practice NOT to embed text in images.  Text should either be an overlay our under/over/beside the image.  Then you would not need a separate image for each language.  But if you're using imagery with text in the image, you probably have no choice.

 

Agreed, but it's difficult/impossible to make it look really good. Therefore we continue to use text inside images.




#283261 Moving Review From 1 Product To Another

Posted by Flow on 23 August 2017 - 02:28 PM

Never mind, got it!




#282632 Add-Ons By Simtech Development: Mailchimp Advanced

Posted by Flow on 12 August 2017 - 09:07 AM

Hello!

 

Now the user's reward points can be passed to your MailChimp account. So you can include this information to the e-mail to remind customers about their points.

Great news :)




#277375 How To Make My Website User-Friendly?

Posted by Flow on 22 May 2017 - 06:37 PM

Make it one page, and say: 

 

Hello user, how are you? I hope you're having a splendid day.




#276881 Wordpress Blog Vs Cs-Cart Blog

Posted by Flow on 13 May 2017 - 10:03 AM

We ran numerous tests and concluded having a blog in a subdirectory is better for SEO than having a blog on a subdomain because it seems like the blogs content gives more ranking juice to the domain and thus the stores content. 

 

In terms of security of course it's not as great as having an individual (sub or not sub) domain.

 

As for which system to use: think about what you'd like to do with your blog: do you want it to be a complete blog that people would also visit if it did not have a store behind it? Or do you just want to add some content to your site so your store gets more visitors / seo juice? If the first, go for wordpress. If the last, use cs-cart.

 

Hope this helps :)




#271147 Make Cs-Cart Great Again :)

Posted by Flow on 17 February 2017 - 03:45 PM

I think cs-cart 4 is a great basis and they made huge improvements. Fix and improve some things like options (which they are doing as we speak) and you have one excellent cart.

 

I think you guys are being too negative - go ahead, try magento, or whatever and I guarantee you'll come back crying ;)

 

A cart should be basic, fast and major things should work well and cs-cart mostly does this. Don't forget what is a feature for 1 person is a bug for another. There are literally tons of possible options.

 

I think of it like this: cs-cart is the basis. then use add-ons and customization to get the cart you want, so I am glad they split up and have simtech to make lots of nice add-ons for good prices.




#267450 Update: Critical Vulnerability In Phpmailer Library. Should Be Fixed Asap

Posted by Flow on 30 December 2016 - 09:40 AM

Imac, I think it's a good idea to either delete the old post, or put a link to this one in caps and/or edit it so it reflects the correct fix. 




#264858 Simtech Vs Cs-Cart?

Posted by Flow on 24 November 2016 - 11:20 AM

Also happy here. The add-ons are affordable (some are even free) and make cs-cart even better :)




#263936 Cs-Cart And Multi-Vendor 4.4.1 Are Here!

Posted by Flow on 15 November 2016 - 01:58 PM

Imac promised there will ALWAYS be a cs-cart version for our own servers. And this has actually become one of cs-cart USP's since so many competitors have hosted versions only

 

I'm sure if they kill the stand alone version and go Merchium only, cs-cart will loose a lot of customers, including me.




#262993 Editing An Order That Came In During A Promotion Period?

Posted by Flow on 02 November 2016 - 11:38 AM

In bug tracker: http://forum.cs-cart...ubles-discount/




#260281 Cart-Power Add-On: Image Optimization

Posted by Flow on 28 September 2016 - 05:11 PM

Just to let you guys know, shortpixel really improved. This plugin will make your images much, much smaller so your website will load faster, and both your customers and google like that!




#259828 Need A Shipping Label Add-On

Posted by Flow on 21 September 2016 - 03:36 PM

I'm talking to https://www.postmen.com/about this. They also do aftership.. it would really be a good addition to cs-cart!