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  1. Thank you @ClicShopping, Nice contribution it will help in the future. You warning is very important, it's better to make an update in the development, look if there is a problem and after apply in production.
  2. Hello, if you want to know the library version and look if there is an update, yes it can be. I have not installed this app but it just display the information for moment. It will be cool if it's possible to make an action like update around that. A library can have bugs, secutiy problem ....
  3. A service worker is a script that your browser runs in the background, separate from a web page, opening the door to features that don't need a web page or user interaction. Today, they already include features like push notifications and background sync. In the future, service workers might support other things like periodic sync or geofencing. The core feature discussed in this tutorial is the ability to intercept and handle network requests, including programmatically managing a cache of responses. The reason this is such an exciting API is that it allows you to support offline experiences, giving developers complete control over the experience. more info there : https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/primers/service-workers
  4. Maybe via a service worker, you can do that. but it's not included inside the solution.
  5. You can but before to go in production, check if everything works fine.
  6. Composer is a tool allowing you to install a library quickly or to update all the library easily in one time. For example, PhpMailer is installed via composer and you can update a new version via the command below Composer require ... allow to install a library Composer update allow you to update on or all libray.
  7. @Oka, good link. yes it's important to develop a business case, because after you know where you want to got, marketing, target, .... and you know what the features you mus have in priority to start slowly with a minimum of cost. After you can select your e-commerce solution and develop your application around that. There is no a better application on other, simply you must choose what the solution help you to start quickly with a minimum cost and maximum value for you. Just by experience, it's not simple to choose a solution, because some are very close on the functionalities. But, it's important to do that by yourself or a consultant and not read all the bull cheat write on internet to promote just a solution. Your business and need are more important because after you are included inside a specific eco-system.
  8. There is a tutorial to set your email, see Best pratices / tip / trips and training
  9. ClicShopping has lot of features to starton GDRP, but not enough. For example, you can install tartesauxcitrons if you install google analytics for example, the script allow you to add some control for your customers.
  10. @annedesalpes, You must see a welcome message invite you to install the first modules inside your dashboard. the best than you can do is to look the log to see if an error appear. As @Patrick said : report, we will see if we can help you.
  11. Hello @Rainer, I created a tutorial about that : https://www.clicshopping.org/forum/topic/473-create-a-cron-to-save-your-db-on-the-server/ It will help you to resolve your problem. +
  12. Hello, This tutorial allow you to create a cron to save your db in daily. if you want to change the delay, you can use this site to help you : https://crontab-generator.org/ Inside your server create a files : saveCronTabDb.sh with execute right (chmod 755) #!/bin/bash DB_USER='MyUserName' DB_PASS='MyPassword' DB_HOST='localhost' DB_NAME='MyTable' mysql -u${DB_USER} -p${DB_PASS} -h${DB_HOST} $DB_NAME < "/var/www/xxx/xxx/web8/web/myDbdirectory/myDbfilesToSave.sql" Now you can create your crontab with this command: In this case all the 21hr everyday * */21 * * * /var/www/xxx/xxx/web1/private/saveCronTabDb.sh > /var/www/xxx/xxx/web1/private/cron.log To test your cron : sh saveCronTabDb.sh To see your cron sudo crontab -l Ah do not forget to protect your directory with an htaccess # Disable directory browsing Options -Indexes <Files .htaccess> Order allow,deny Deny from all </Files>
  13. Yes you can do that. Alternative : Copy and rename the file, if there an update, you will not affected by your modification.
  14. It can lot of reason for that. I think it's important to be at the same level than your customer and what they want and what they must buy on your website. You can propose nice product but if the customer does not trust in your website, there is no way. Do not forget, yesterday is not today. Some people have internet, has been some problem with some e-commerce website, service ... In clear, your site must inspire the trust and you must build your reputation
  15. Look for example Gearbest, for example, the header is small, simple and the carousel is inside the body. I think it's the best approach. It's my opinion.
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