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HI, a very useful option is missing on Thirty Bees, this is the second image on hover. I saw some tutorials for prestashop 1.6 but the product_list.tpl or category file is not the same because of the lazy load option .

I can not apply this tutorial for the theme of thirty bees, someone has succeeded?

thank you in advance

Regards

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I agree. We use it on our website. It is a free module from prestashopaddon.com. not sure if they still offer it...

Edit: http://prestashopaddon.com/download/prestashop-modules/free-product-image-rollover-module-for-prestashop/

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Hi, I tested this module but it is necessary to make modifications on some files of thirty bees and it is not the same lines of codes as for prestashop, can you show me what you modified?

thank you

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When i installed the Panda theme it came with a "free" Hover Image module. I don't know if it is generally free, or just with the theme. You can talk to the devs and ask

https://www.sunnytoo.com/

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On some theme it's included, but I wanted to keep the original theme of thirty bees for compatibility issues with my modules.

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Warehouse comes with this 'feature'.... How convenient it is I don't know. I personally don't give a ..... about changing images, auto rollover sliders, blink-blink homepage modules with kanburn effects and whatever else... Simply distracting.

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For example the biggest clothes store here, is doing it: https://www.zalando.ch/herrenbekleidung/

You get just a better impression, if you like a product, without navigation forward an backward. When you have thoundsands of products. Nobody will watch them all on product page...

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