Once that was done (above), I was thrilled to see readable data right in front of me on my one web admin page.
Out of the box the free app is incredible and just SO EASY to use.
Thank you very much for your review!
And working every day to make iCagenda more and more easy. And users feedback is very helpful! ;-)
It did do very well in the Zone arena, where you may not be able to ship a certain product to just 3 of the 50 states but it was quite slow and cumbersome with the variations a product may have.
Nicolas does do a good job at answering questions on the forum but the forum is a hodgepodge of answers that need to be linked or categorized better. It's bad enough that the forum search is limited to 20 characters. I've never seen a search string limitation so harsh.
As I have tried 4 carts so far, this is not the one that is so open that you can just install and see results as you built. It requires patience. If you have it, this extension is for you.
Thank yo for your comment.
The forum categorization is indeed unpractical since it was firstly made two years ago when we launched and that we now have more than 80000 posts on it. I agree that it would be great to redo the categorization at some point. It's on our todo list, along with a new website for 2013.
The search of the forum allows for more than 20 characters.
Here is an example:
Concerning the speed of setting up a web shop with HikaShop, I must say that it can greatly vary based on what you want to do. We have a beginner tutorial on our documentation which allows you to sell your first product in less than 10 minutes. But if you want to personalize everything, it can indeed take a lot of time, especially if it's your first use.
Normally I see upgrades from basic to PRO where the app modifies the structure for you and then extends the basic app. This one does not.
The fact that you pay a FEE and still have to work means that you better think twice about going PRO. Sure, I have my regrets for the costs versus the amount of work but it still is a much better product than the other FAQs out there.
Stick with the BASIC or start with the PRO.
Thank you for your review,
We will try to make the upgrade from the free version as smooth as possible in next updates.
What a wonderful app to use! If you're going to spend a little money on some of these great apps, this is one of the better ones.
Maybe next time.
PS--if you're gonna judge me for my posts, note how many I have. Of the others whom post positively or negatively you must ask how many posts do they actually make. Are they users (lots) or abusers (few). :)
We have to run ajax.php file not through index.php of joomla for ajax login & registration processes! So some website won't work properly with this feature! But in the new version of BT Login, we completely removed ajax.php & all ajax requests will call directly to index.php! And you do not change any permissions of any files!
Hope you will try it again!
Thanks for helping my site act normal!
Yes, the plugin cannot fix every single issue from the start go, it takes preparation work in order to sort out the nightmare some people face sometimes. And there are twisted issues people come to me with! The plugin is constantly updated to try and resolve more problems as they arise.
Thank you for this review, it is well appreciated.
Hi Web.Dude – yes, configuring MetaMod to do what you want can range from the extremely simple to the fiendishly complex. In a way, that's part of the beauty of it. Not that you want it to be complex, but that with enough effort it has very few limits, and can place modules on your site according to just about anything.
If there's something that you were struggling with, that didn't appear in the documentation, forum help or "recipe" pages, please get in contact via the site, and I'll do my best to add it. Because of the sheer scale of things that you can do with MetaMod, it's hard to prioritise which should be documented, so we rely on feedback to know what else to add.
So there I was trying to get the system to work and it didn't. Much of the comments in the forums suggest that pre-2.5 VM really worked well and easily. Not any longer.
Thank you for your comments, I would like to say that VM2 works quite well as a product for most people who want to download it and use it as is, however when you start adding third party products and customisation, one would hope that everything goes smoothly, but as it seems in your experience, it did not. Might I suggest it is rather unfair to blame Virtuemart for third party developers work, whilst we work closely with developers who build extra features for Virtuemart, how can you blame Virtuemart for every third party mistake? The forums are vibrant with people eager to help, as I am sure the developers of the product you purchased.
Surely if you have a client and are using a free product, some of the clients fees must go towards developing Virtuemart for that clients uses, if you were expecting a product to be exactly what your client wants straight out of the box, that is an interesting suggestion, or even the holy grail of shopping carts.
Though I didn't seek support, I found no easy way to implement the parent category to make say: featured with subs cakes, brownies, customs and then just make a module for "featured". If there's nothing in "featured" it ain't showing up...even if you have subfolders. That was weird.
Also, the width of the slider isn't relative to pixels you want to present in so it will take some tweaking.
Otherwise, I love it! Thanks!