This is second module that i have developed for all Opencart users. Let me write some details on it.
- Easy to Install.
- No VqMod needed.
- Easy to configure at backend
- Can be installed on available opencart positions.
- Can display list of featured, latest and special products on carousel. (more…)
OpenCart is an open source e-commerce platform written in PHP and is based on the MVC platform. The code is clean and written in a way that is easy to modify and understand. Overall, it’s a pretty good e-Commerce system and if you know your way around LAMP technology you can modify it nicely to suit your needs. Of the other open source systems i have tried, it’s the cleanest and uses the least amount of files overall and coding structure is almost near to CodeIgniter.
I started using this e-commerce platform from my last project. I found lots of things are still missing on this CMS. Mostly i did not found menu management system on it. I tried to dig on extensions of opencart modules, But most of them were commercial. I don’t blame anyone for it but i wonder why someone did not want to share most essential module for this CMS. So, I started this project for all opencart users, hope now on anyone who enjoyed using opencart can enjoy more with using menu management module for it. (more…)
Before now I was so worried about the spams that i was getting day by day from my blog comments. I found captcha missing on my comment form and i dont want to spend some more time on developing captcha plugin for adding on comment form. Instead, I decided to use the existing Really Simple Captcha plugin that was used on my contact form 7.
Here is how i integrate Really simple captcha with my comment form:
Basically we have to follow two steps for it.
- Writing function to create Captcha image and populate captcha fields on comment form.
- Writing function to validate the captcha response after comment form is submitted.
WordPress 3.4 and greater has this nifty new feature, that you can find on the main theme selection page. It’sa link next to each theme labeled “Customize”. This is the new theme customizer, and it’s way cool.