An explanation and basic understanding of payment methods, shipping methods and shipping cost rules in OXID eShop.
There will be changes in session handling in OXID eShop 6. Until now, we used to use the regular PHP session handling and optionally, centralized session storage for high load scenarios. In this blog post I will show up clever alternatives and how to write an own session handler if you want to use a database for session storage anyway.
A tutorial on how to get language packages, what is what in language packages and how to help translating OXID eShop into your language.
This tutorial will show how to run unit/integration and selenium tests on OXID eShop using OXID testing library.
I was thinking about a nice way of implementing Twitter Bootstrap and maybe other vendor libraries into my private eShop project. My main problem was: how can I keep it extendable, but yet simple enough to switch parts of the implementation very easily?
This tutorial shows how you can install and run OXID eShop Community Edition (version 4.5.9) on a Debian Squeeze or Ubuntu 11.10 system that has nginx installed instead of Apache.
With this neat module you can access the frontend by simply adding “?user=admin_user_name&pass=admin_password” as URL parameters. This module can as well be used when doing some maintenance in a running system.
How to move a database > 2MB Import Most hosting provider set the limit to the PHP upload function to 2MB which makes it not easy importing databases > 2MB to your new installation if you use e.g. phpMyAdmin as your database management tool. For this cases, you might want to install another application that […]