So in case you are not aware our OC Bootstrap themes and themes based on them use a different pagination system which works to Bootstrap guidelines. This is great for the front end but as the admin panel uses the same pagination file it breaks in the admin, don’t worry though its purely a styling breakage!
OpenCart holds the model field in high regard and so it must be filled in…I didnt really think about why I just thought it was a pain, so I set about making it a non-required field.
If you sell downloads rather than physical products then no doubt you are growing tired of having to change the Require Shipping option from Yes to No all the time.
Well its a simple little hack:
Quite often when I’m working on client websites and installing themes, extensions etc they only provide ftp details. This would normally mean an email to the client asking for their admin logins and perhaps a lengthy wait on the response. That’s a total pain! There must be a better way.
Well with this little trick there is:
There may be a time when you want to use your category image in your menu. No doubt when you are creating a fanciful menu for a client.
Whatever the reason if done correctly it can make for a striking, effective menu. Here’s how to do it in Opencart (I’ve only tested in v1.5.6 but I reckon it should work in older versions, perhaps with slight changes):