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  2. Muy buenas, compañerxs! En mi equipo estamos preparando un bootcamp presencial donde vamos a trabajar con 15 emprendedores ecommerce para montar la web en Thirtybees en 2 días. Sí, en 2 días: tenemos el método muy depurado y ya probado con otras tiendas que han hecho alumnos nuestros el último año. La fecha será en Madrid el 23 y 24 de Marzo, y aunque no haremos oficial el lanzamiento hasta este jueves 21 de Febrero, ya estamos recibiendo las primeras solicitudes y hemos decidido abrir una oferta muy especial para las 2 primeras personas que reserven su plaza en el Bootcamp. Sabemos de primera mano lo cuesta arriba que se hace montar una tienda online por primera vez, o cuando toca migrar desde PrestaShop -y más con una tienda en producción-, así que nos hemos preparado para ayudaros en ambas cosas. El objetivo del evento es aprender mucho, salir con la tienda online hecha (en Thirtybees, por supuesto), y acostumbrarnos a usar metodologías ágiles que simplifiquen nuestro trabajo de creación de webs y el día a día en el equipo de ventas. Además ya tenemos confirmados a algunos ponentes de lujo (os sonarán los nombres, pero los voy a revelar en unos días) que nos van a introducir de forma muy práctica en temas como cómo aplicar una buena arquitectura web y SEO, veremos una intro muy interesante a Voice search (para que salgáis siendo pioneros en el tema, ahí tendréis una gran ventaja competitiva) cómo aplicar en nuestros pequeños y medianos equipos metodologías de trabajo ágil que nos permitan avanzar mejor con la parte de promoción y ventas (si no crecemos la facturación, ¿para qué queremos la tienda?) Va a ser una experiencia única en España, tendremos una energía brutal y como seremos pocas personas, podremos ayudaros con cualquier dificultad técnica que tengáis sobre la marcha. También os vamos a regalar mucho en recursos y herramientas: servidor para 1 año, plantilla, módulos para optimizar conversiones, plantillas para implementar automatizaciones... Nos hemos comprometido a ayudaros a migrar desde PrestaShop gratuitamente aquellas empresas que lo necesitéis, así que si estáis pensando cómo migrar sin sufrir, es la oportunidad perfecta para hacerlo (luego os contaremos el cómo, no tenéis que cerrar la web actual mientras tanto, podéis seguir vendiendo). El networking y las sinergias que pueden surgir entre vosotros también es un gran pro. Ah, y no tenéis que preocuparos por alojamiento ni comidas, nos estamos encargando de que vengáis sólo a aprender, trabajar y disfrutar de la experiencia en un ambiente relajado 🙂Está todo incluído en la entrada. Tenemos el apoyo y reconocimiento del equipo creador de Thirtybees, ya somos partners de la marca (si aún no está publicado en el blog pronto @lesley lo hará, que el pobre anda bastante a tope). Fuimos previamente embajadores de PrestaShop... el recorrido y experiencia que tenemos en la creación webs ecommerce y estrategias de marketing y ventas es amplio. Hemos decidido apostar por Thirtybees por razones ya más que obvias, y estamos poniendo todo lo que está de nuestra parte para ayudaros a que superéis las barreras técnicas típicas de las primeras fases de vida de una web ecommerce, así podáis facturar y multiplicar ventas antes que la media, minimizando gasto y riesgo. Para asistir al webinar que tendrá lugar el jueves podéis registraros aquí (es gratis), pero si os interesa mucho el tema y queréis que os llamemos para reservar una plaza a precio especial (ese precio no estará en el webinar), podéis escribirme a dan@elplandedan.com indicando vuestros datos de contacto y os llamaré en breve. Espero que nos veamos muy prontito, ¡estamos emocionados con este evento! Será un placer poder compartirlo con emprendedores como vosotros 😄 Un abrazo! PD: destinaremos una cantidad de cada entrada al equipo de desarrollo de Thirtybees, para ayudar económicamente al mantenimiento y crecimiento de la plataforma. Aquí ganamos todos
  3. Traumflug

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    I had a talk to Lesley, thirty bees will keep this kludge for a while.
  4. Thanks, I'll wait for this upcoming version.
  5. I believe this is fixed in upcoming version: https://github.com/thirtybees/thirtybees/commit/8e89acf9061e88bc106658891c8bd5abb83eeb9c#diff-f44483a142f09ca47bd59224eb070bfb
  6. UPDATE: Same problem detected with Community Theme Configuration. The copyright footer text has the same behavior, it doesn't keep the Spanish translation and replaces it with the text on the English version.
  7. Yesterday
  8. Sorry, I forgot to comment it is a clean TB 1.0.8 install
  9. Hello, I have the customer privacy module enabled with two languages, English & Spanish. The module does not keep the Spanish translation of the privacy notice. In a first moment, when saved, it is still there, but after returning to the modules page and re-entering the module, the Spanish text is changed by the English version, where should be the Spanish translation.
  10. It works 🙂 Thank you very very much musicmaster for this solution, and the explanation ! Have a nice day Marc
  11. toplakd

    OPC Tabs for Login/New Account

    Have left the work on OPC due to advanced payment issues on OPC. So decided I will stay with 5 step checkout and minimize it to aka 3 step, so I'm working on this now. Cart summary on payment page does not have option to change quantity, as this brings out issue with carrier over range and advanced payment, which resoults with 0 shipping price if carrier is over range and payment can be completed without charged shipping.
  12. datakick

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    In this case there's no hook available. The only way to disable this functionality is using override. Because this is thirtybees-only functionality, NONE of the existing seo module comes with such override. They don't need to, because ps16 does not have this feature. What that means for merchants? It means that in order to use any of these seo modules, they need to modify them first, and create php override file. Or manually create override file. Or modify core... Now, isn't it easier to simply turn this feature off, and then install module that do this particular thing better?
  13. toplakd

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    and less time spent administrating the orders as everything runs so smooth and fast in back office.
  14. Traumflug

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    For tweaking default behavior there's the well established hooks mechanism.
  15. wakabayashi

    [Free Module]Revws - Product Reviews

    Ok just bought it
  16. datakick

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    It's simply not possible to implement feature like this and cover needs of every merchants. The default implementation is pretty solid, and meets the requirements of almost everybody. But then there are few use cases when it doesn't. I know about two already: - multistore / one store per language setup -- if we wanted to support this in the core then it would actually require quite complex configuration page, and that would definitely not make things easier to setup... and no, it's not really possible to resolve this automagically / algorithmically. Some user input is required here - custom canonical links / relations between different products - I remember there was some thread asking about this recently. Somebody wanted to group similar products under one canonical product umbrella to avoid duplicate content penalisation. Again, if we wanted to have this in core, it would require quite an extensive config page And I'm sure there are other scenarios when the default implementation just doesn't work out of the box. But what's worse, it actually blocks merchants from implementing alternative. When you install any seo module, you will get conflicting metadata in html markup, and that can actually hurt from the seo perspective. That's why it's definitely good to have an option to disable this default implementation.
  17. I asked to Panda developers to please modify the sitemap module so its blog module can be include in the sitemap generation (blogs are not included). They sent me the modify file for official PS sitemap module (GSITEMAP). (I attach it) I also modify the file so TB sitemap module can benefit from it. I am not developer but I think I did it correctly as It is working on my site right now. If you have panda theme and you use its blog, this is helpful for SEO Route for the files: /modules/gsitemap/gsitemap.php (PS module) /modules/sitemap/sitemap.php (TB module) @lesley I am not sure if TB sitemap module include the official blog module or not. In case not, maybe you can use this code to support the official blog. sitemap.rar gsitemap.rar
  18. wakabayashi

    [Free Module]Revws - Product Reviews

    @datakick and @30knees I will definitely buy it. Right now I use an internal module for sending emails. That way I can have a the same look for all emails going out. Does the module use the normal Mail::Send method in TB?
  19. Traumflug

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    Maybe it's disappointing to some of you, but thirty bees is going to make running a shop easier, not harder.
  20. Smile

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    Can someone explain to me where to add the third change in a installation?
  21. Smile

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    Go to lightspeed 😉 I would say. Running your own instal is always a technical challenge. No matter the system TB, PS, Wordpress, Drupal, you name it.
  22. Traumflug

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    Those who want to run a shop and sell goods rather than wrestle with technical details of the shop software.
  23. Smile

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    Truly I think making it advanced is an option but as there is so much to do in TB that this is the best option for now. I have a whole module to manage the hreflangs, to implement this would be great but not so easy. Also it would make things not more easy for starting merchants. But who said that running an online shop is easy? And what user base has TB in focus? Mini shops or serious users who know their SEO....
  24. You can adapt translations in the backoffice at Localisation->Translations It seems to me that your problem - empty translations - and the problem that I mentioned - that the incomplete sections are closed in the Localisation->Translations pages - are related. The logical explanation is that Crowdin treats missing translations the wrong way. Instead of leaving them out it - as it works in TB and PS - it stores them as empty strings. This also produces a solution for your problem: - Go to the Localisation->Translations page and check "backoffice" and your language. - click the button "Fold everything". It then changes to "expand everything". Click again. - Now click on "save" - The translations will now be stored as they should. That is: all missing translations will be left out. As a consequence you will now see the English original in their place instead of empty space.
  25. Traumflug

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    It'd be better to advance the implementation rather than adding more pain to merchants. Setting up a shop with thirty bees* is pretty complex already and burdening merchants with even more complexity, like additional switches to consider, is counterproductive. * This probably applies to our fellow competitors as well, thirty bees should be better than these.
  26. toplakd

    How to edit hreflang in Thirty bees

    You can not support thirty bees on patreon out of european union without paying unneeded VAT if you have valid Tax number.
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