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  1. @AndyC Thanks, that section was not the problem but I just solve it. In case it happens to anyone, My store is multistore, and I am using a one page checkout. Well, this one page checkout was interfering with the css code. It did not interfere when the adresse creation was in a second step, but it did with the standard creation+adresse page. Solved it!
  2. What do you mean? Could you be more precise? I mean, with standard registration all works well and i can fill everything. With this option i do not why it shows less fields to complete so adress is not complete. Could be that the modifications affect to show the fields in this step?
  3. Yes, thats it. I never thought about that option! I activated but seems to be incomplete (country, adress...?): Could be derived from the steps modification?
  4. Yes, is not bad, but when creating account there is a 2 extra step (add address) that it is like double and it could be avoided. Right now it is: Fill create account step (fill name, pass...)-> add your adresse (still account creation)-> adress and transport step It would be better like: Create account (fill name, pass,...)-> address & transport step (where you fill the adress, jumping over the original step of filling adresse in the account creation, the second step of account creation) or even better Create account (fill name, pass, adresse...)-> addresse & transport step (where adress is already filled so it would be only transport) Not sure if I am explaining my point clearly :S
  5. @toplakd What I detected with hotjar is that people tend to be confused in the step login or create account. And when doing click in create account the redireccion to accont creation, and later to adresses... I tried with one page checkout but it is not either a good solution (even less conversion) Your 3 steps checkout would be really close to the ideal one described in a last study of the spanish market with the exception of the extra step of registering. Usually this step is integrated in the address step. Any way that in the first people can introduce their data and create account at the same time, with a button of login for those that are already registered? In the actual one non customers "are told" to create an account before anything else (address come later in the next step). It is not so smooth This would be the aproach:
  6. I have a similar approach. Using multistore you can create different versions of you store (including warehouse, prices, images...). Later create a section to change between stores. I am using visual composer but any module that allow you to put html code should be valid for this. If you want to show the flag, you need to create a different content per store (to show a different flag in each of them). Check our footer: https://www.lesielle.com Also, we redirect people based on their IP when they go to the .com so they are in the correct version without selecting. It is not perfect, but works >95% of the time. For those that the version is not accurate, they can change in the footer, but at the end is not important because they can buy in every version of the store and I will ship them anyway (I have price rules so the price is always correct even if they choose a different store version). My advice is to allow people to buy on any version, just play with adjustments so they do not get benefit selecting the wrong version (if for example a country version is more expensive, put a price rule that increase price in any other store version if a client shipping to the expensive one buys in the cheaper version) There are modules that allow changing currency and language. That could be valid but it is very limited when you start playing with pricing and showing different visual interface per country. But if you only want to show currency and language, this is the most simple and easy approach.
  7. ahh that translation is registered and it does not change when the field is modified. Strange behavior. Is also linked to the language of the order (in multilingual does not change if I change the language)
  8. that field is suppose to do that (although it seems more the module name) but it doesn't work
  9. Does anyone knows where I can translate the bank wire module translation field that appear in the history.tpl (historic of orders)? I do not find it 😕
  10. la plantilla no influye en backofficeSi todo el backoffice está en inglés tienes que cambiar el idioma en los empleados. Si, hay bastantes módulos. hay uno en un paso bastante apañado de uno de los desarrolladores principales de TB. https://store.getdatakick.com/en/modules/chex-one-page-checkout A ver, tema pedidos y demás es un poco la base. En youtube hay bastante turoriales (los de Prestashop 1.6 son equivalentes en este sentido). En principio cambia el estado del pedido para indicar el paso en el que estás (por ejemplo enviado cuando lo hayas enviado). No hay mucho más que hacer.
  11. Es lo normal, ya verás que cada vez es más fácil. Nosotros subimos los productos de forma manual a Facebook para hacer la prueba, pero hay módulos para ello si quieres que sea automático (no te puedo recomendar ninguno en concreto porque no los uso)
  12. Loading funciona muy bien la verdad. Además son servidores que están en España. Yo los tengo por servicio, no por precio. Pero la seguridad depende de ti también al final (tener el sistema actualizado...) Respecto a lo complicado del backoffice. Pues siempre dependerá de lo que necesites. Si utilizas una plantilla, en cuanto configures lo mínimo, con eso tendrás suficiente y subir artículos es sencillo. Es verdad que es algo más complicado que shopify pero claro, las opciones es lo que tienen, te dan versatilidad pero tienes que conocerlas un poco (conocerlas tiene solucion, no tenerlas no). Todo es iniciarse como cualquier plataforma, siempre toca aprenderse los menús del backoffice, que hace cada sección...pero eso es así al principio. Y además ya te digo que empezarás a querer las cosas de una determinada forma y ahí empezarás a toquetear cada vez más y acabarás personalizando más de lo que tienes en mente ahora mismo. Problemas, si no te metes a personalizar mucho, el sistema es bastante estable (infinitas veces más que prestashop).Y bueno, si tienes buen volumen de ventas, thirty bees no te cobra comisión por cada una, lo que puede suponer bastante dinero en el caso de shopify...
  13. Hola Pepe, Basicamente Thirty Bees es como Prestashop pero mucho más estable (ya que prestashop 1.6 está abandonado y el 1.7 es un desastre) y con una comunidad que responde de verdad (en inglés mejor para cualquier cosa técnica). Sobre el alojamiento yo te recomendaría Loading, va muy bien, están en españa y tienen soporte telefónico que si no tienes mucha experiencia es una delicia (es raro encontrar esto). Eso sí el soporte es por problemas de alojamiento, no para dudas de pagina web (aunque si es poco te suelen ayudar). Para subir csv creo que sí se puede (ya que como te digo todo lo que se haga en Prestashop aquí también ya que está derivado), pero la verdad que yo no lo he hecho porque no me ha hecho falta por lo que no te puedo decir mucho. @danwarrior seguramente te pueda ayudar más
  14. Any idea? I can not use translation section anymore (only my main language) because of this issue :S
  15. rubben1985

    Goodbye

    From my side what I can offer for free with my actual more than full time occupation is: - suscriptions to graphic and media resources (useful to make a design changes) - one of our designers to improve web design (part time starting june-july) - An small study of the most important marketing problems I see (a to do list of the most basics that would improve a lot the branding image with reasonable effort) - more in the future but I do not want to make a compromise now
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