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    What is ClicShoppingTM ?

     

    ClicShoppingTM is a free Open Source e-commerce store online B2B / B2C application in PHP  / MYSQL, built with some practical experience in e-commerce since 2001. This is not a commercial application.


    ClicShoppingTM  is based on donations and other contributions, marketplace and financial support allowing to continue the process development
    ClicShoppingTM does not consum lot of resources on the server, this is a lite solution, easy to install, to customize and to use.

    ClicShoppingTM  has a double license, GPL 2 and MIT. License details are  available on this website: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/

     

    Where can I download ClicShoppingTM open source shopping cart:

    ClicShoppingTM  open source shopping cart can be download by clicking on this link  at your right

    You can also fork the open source e-commerce solution and propose your collaboration to improve the code. We love the share the work and collaborate with some people want to promote the Open Source and the e-commerce development : Everything is available on Github
    Shop Owner and Programmer can work together to propose their contributions to the community to enhance a store online open source. It can be included on GitHub or inside the marketplace.  

     

    ClicShopping e-Commerce Open Source DashboardAdmin demo access : https://demo.clicshopping.org/ClicShoppingAdmin835

    Catalog demo : https://demo.clicshopping.org/

    tutorials : https://www.clicshopping.org/forum/forum/18-best-pratices-tip-trips-and-training/

    Download ClicShopping : Download ClicShopping

     

    ClicShoppingTM open source e-commerce application architecture (A bit technical).

    Although ClicShoppingTM architecture approach is innovative and unique in whole,

    ClicShoppingTM has an architecture easy to understand and to use.
    ClicShoppingTM utilizes some GPL and MIT third-party modules to provide familiar interfaces.
    ClicShoppingTM backend is coded in PHP and Maria-Db (Open Source Db ) but it can be used under PostgreSQL and MySql database.

    The Core code was designed with flexibility and expandability in mind, without lacking focus on security and performance.
    The frontend of ClicShoppingTM is mobile optimized and based on the latest Bootstrap  and jQuery framwork.

     

    Collaborate and Share

    The concept is based on collaboration. The eco-system can grow  and with your implication, it's possible to improve this e-commerce  solution  to propose always a nice application for the shop owner with some open source functionalities. Everything can be shared on Github platform and with a nice collaboration to improve the development

     

    What are the features of ClicShoppingTM  open source e-commerce

    Lot of features has available for this e-commerce shopping cart application
    The concept is : start your own Open Source e-commerce B2B-B2C with your own need.
    Like WordPress, you can include some application inside ClicShoppingTM. Simple and adapted in function in your need

     

    Quickly, some non-exhaustive features you can find inside the ClicShoppingTM e-commerce Open Source :

     

    - PHP  >= 8.1+ and Mariadb /Mysql

    - B2B - B2C  full functionalities
    - WYSIWYG to create your products description, content with CKeditor4.x

    - Image Editor management with El-Finder 2.x - drag and drop
    - Full SEO functionalities optimization ad url
    - Payment and Shipping modules included inside the application with Paypal
    - Extension System to install new Applications via the back-office
    - No limit to insert content
    - Some dynamic statistics inside the dashboard and all the back-office
    - GDRP included and some regulation aspect
    - Some configuration capacities to adapt the settings in function of your needs in B2B or B2C
    - Ready for mobile, tablet and desktop with BootStrap 5.x technology
    - Several modes of payment / delivery can be installed
    - More 250 modules available and free functional on the marketplace and available on Github !
    - Full responsive design  application with Bootstrap 5.x
    - Multi-template
    - multi-currency
    - Multi-language (English and french included)
    - Extension auto install
    - Composer installation for library inside apps and update / remove / versionning via apps

    - Librairie with composer /phpmailer / xml rpc included fo auto install and auto update

    - Free Apps osCommerce, OpenCart, ZenCart, Crealoaded, Prestashop .... database migration available on the marketplace
    - Manifest and service worker implemented
    - Preloading

    - ...

     

    Languages Available :
    English (Default)
    French (Default)
    Spanish (On Community Github)
    Deutch
    (On Community Github)

    portuguese (soon)

     

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    Free Open-Source e-commerce
    ClicShopping means transparent. ClicShopping comes with free downloads and updates. Zero monthly fees
    Powerful Store Management
    Benefit from our built-in SEO. Easy manage products, customers, orders, taxes rules, coupon codes and more.
    Extensions and Themes
    The biggest e-commerce selections of modules and themes to expand your store functionality.
    Support You Can Trus
    We’ve got you covered. ClicShopping offers free community or dedicated commercial support.

     

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    • Email is part of communication, below different examples how to set email inside ClicShopping   Example 1 : o2switch.net   User name : myemail@domain.com - Password : email password - Server : mail.test.domain.com - remove mail. and write only test.domain.com - SMTP Port: 26 - SMTP authentication : true - SMTP secured protocol : ssl - Emails activation : true     Example 2 : gmail.com   - User name : myemail@gmail.com - Password : Utilisez le mot de passe du compte de messagerie. - Server smtp : smtp.gmail.com - remove smtp. and write only gmail.com - SMTP Port: 25 ou 465 - SMTP authentication : true - SMTP secured protocol : ssl or Tls - Emails activation : true  
    • When Google or other search engines come to your site to read and store the content in its search index, it will look for a special file called robots.txt. This file is a set of instructions to tell search engines where they can look to crawl content and where they are not allowed to crawl content. We can use these rules to ensure that search engines don't waste their time looking at links that do not have valuable content and avoid links that produce faceted content.   Why is this important? Search engines need to look at and store as many pages that exist on the internet as possible. There are currently an estimated more 4.5 billion web pages active today. That's a lot of work for Google. It cannot look and store every single page, so it needs to decide what to keep and how long it will spend on your site indexing pages. This is called a crawl budget. How many pages a day Google will index depends on many factors, including how fresh the site is, how much content you have and how popular your site is. Some websites will have Google index as few as 30 links a day. We want every link to count and not waste Google's time.   What does the suggested Robots.txt file do? ClicShopping optimised rules exclude site areas with no unique content but instead redirect links to existing topics. Also excluded are areas such as the privacy policy, cookie policy, log in and register pages and so on. Submit buttons and filters are also excluded to prevent faceted pages. Finally, user profiles are excluded as these offer little valuable content for Google but contain around 150 redirect links. Given that Google has more seconds on your site, these links that exist elsewhere eat up your crawl budget quickly.   What is the suggested Robots.txt file? Here is the content of the suggested Robots.txt file. If your ClicSHoppingis inside a directory, you will need to apply it to the root of your site manually. So, for example, if your community was at /home/site/public_html/myDirectory/ - you would need to create this robots.txt file and add it to /home/site/public_html. It's simple just edit robot.txt and change inside the information   example of robot.txt Note : domain.ltd must be changed by your domain.   # Rules for ClicSopping (https://www.clicshopping.org) User-Agent: * # Block pages with no unique content Disallow: /Account/LogIn/ Disallow: /Account/CreatePro Disallow: /Account/Create Disallow: /Account/PasswordForgotten Disallow: /Search/AdvancedSearch/ Disallow: /Search/Q/ # Block faceted pages and 301 redirect pages Disallow: /*?page= Disallow: /*?sort= # Sitemap URL Sitemap: https://domain.tld/index.php?Sitemap&GoogleSitemapIndex  
    • The version 3.323 allows to use htaccess to rewrite the url.   To use this function you must activate in Shop/SEO urls this 2 options   1 - Use Search-Engine Safe Native URLs   this option rewrites the url like this : https://demo.clicshopping.org/index.php/Products/Description/logitech-trackman-marble-mouse/Id-12   and 2- Use Search-Engine Safe URLs Pro (with htaccess)   This option rewrites the url like this : https://demo.clicshopping.org/Products/Description/logitech-trackman-marble-mouse/Id-12     To use the last option, you must include inside your root an htaccess with this syntax. Of course, it can updated in function of your server. note : This option works only on the catalog without customer, if your are logged you will see the url above. It's optimized only for the search engine.   For apache 2.4 ################################## # url rewiting #improve url rewriting #work fine without directory https://mydomain.com/test/index.php #the rewriting must be activated inside the application # uncomment ################################## <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On DirectorySlash Off # # Remove WWW # RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\.(.+)$ [NC] RewriteRule ^ https://%1%{REQUEST_URI} [R=302,L] # # Remove Trailing Slashes # RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteCond %{THE_REQUEST} \s(.+?)//+[?\s] RewriteRule ^ %1 [R=302,L] # # Reroute to index.php # RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php/$1 [L] </IfModule>  
    • My last test : https://gtmetrix.com/reports/demo.clicshopping.org/VBVcVpBE/  
    • It's weird, My result under chrome : https://ibb.co/7G3F1DQ under edge : https://ibb.co/Ss4PFvv   As you see I have no problem with the demo, everything works fine   Just an idea, try to remove the code of pwabuilder-sw.js script (root of the site), maybe.      
    • I have the same problem with MS edge. Also it happens with the demo (https://demo.clicshopping.org/ClicShoppingAdmin835/) so it can't be server related I guess.
    • I use Chrome and ClicShopping under windows, I do not have this problem. Your problem can be a plug in ? Do you tried without ?
    • Just an idea,   You can create inside your website root an index.html with a redirection to index.php. Just check index.html has the priority on index.php on your hoster.    
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