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  1. ImportPagesPrestashop You can download it here: ImportPagesPrestashop With this module you can import your categories, products, features and images of the products to your new Processwire website! What does it? Once you've installed this module, a new tab will be under the Setup named Import Products from Prestashop. When you click on it, you can make connection with your Prestashop DB. After making the connection you can import first the categories, followed by products and the features and the images will be inserted in the fields of the product that
  2. Hi guys I guess this is the right forum to post my question. If not, do let me know. Ok, I'm fairly new to ProcessWire and so far I really like the CMS! It's magnificent to use and really straight forward. Big thanks to Ryan for that. Now, the question I have. I have a template called 'products_categories.php' in which I collect and render all the different categories (the categories basically act as a filter) for a variety of products and next to the categories, I render all the products, like so: <?php include('includes/header.php') ?> <?php $categoryName = $sanitizer-
  3. When I take a look in a PW database I see this: pages are stored in “pages", templates are stored in “templates", sessions are stored in “sessions", forms are stored in "forms” (form builder), ... I want to make a website with a large catalog (1.5 million products). I don’t want that the products are stored in “pages” table in the database, but in the “products” table. Is this possible in PW? End will I maintain the same options, then when I store all products in “pages”? Some advice would be helpful! Kind Regards, Peejay
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