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For more Website Design and OpenCart Online Shop tutorials please visit: http://www.ukusmarketing.co.uk/website-design-peterborough.html How to access and amend system settings in OpenCart. 1. On the navigation bar hover over 'System' and click SETTINGS. 2. Select 'EDIT' on the right-hand side. 3. Under 'General' fill in your contact details; these details will be displayed on the contact us page. The e-mail address you supply will be used to receive e-mails when a client fills in your OpenCart forms. 4. Open the 'Store' tab; enter your STORE TITLE and a BRIEF DESCRIPTION. (Be sure to use keywords in both your title and meta description). 5. Open the 'Local' tab; select your LANGUAGE, LOCATION and DEFAULT CURRENCY. 6. Open the 'Option' tab. Here you can customise your store settings and enter the files accepted via your forms. (I.E. jpg,.gif,.png,.doc,.docx,.zip,.pdf,.txt,.csv,.tpl,.wpp) 7. Under 'Image', select your LOGO. 8. Under 'Server', enter an ENCRYPTION KEY.
  • 17 Jun 2012
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For more Website Design and OpenCart Online Shop tutorials please visit: http://www.ukusmarketing.co.uk/website-design-peterborough.html How to select and configure payment methods in OpenCart OpenCart offers over 20 payment gateways, but for this tutorial we are going to configure payments by PayPal. 1. Hover over extensions in the navigation bar and select PAYMENTS. 2. Click EDIT on PayPal standard. 3. Enter the e-mail address you wish PayPal payments to be made to. 4. Click NO for sandbox mode. 5. For TRANSACTION MODE, select SALE, (if you would like the funds paid immediately into your account), OR AUTHORISATION (if you would like the option to accept or decline payment within your PayPal account.). 6. Next set the relevant statuses for your orders. You may wish to set these all to processing, and then amend them manually via sale – orders. 7. Select the GEO ZONE that this method applies to. 8. ENABLE status. 9. Give a sort order of ONE. 10. Click SAVE.
  • 17 Jun 2012
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For more Website Design and OpenCart Online Shop tutorials please visit: http://www.ukusmarketing.co.uk/website-design-peterborough.html How to access your OpenCart administration area. 1. In the browser, enter your domain-name/store-name/admin. 2. In the username field enter ADMIN. 3. Enter your PASSWORD. 4. Click LOGIN. Your store name and password will be provided to you by ukusmarketing. If you have forgotten your password click 'forgotten password'. 1. Enter the e-mail address associated with your online store; this will be admin()domainname.co.uk if configured by ukusmarketing. 2. Finally click RESET. The instructions will be sent to your e-mail address enabling you to reset your password.
  • 17 Jun 2012
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For more Website Design and OpenCart Online Shop tutorials please visit: http://www.ukusmarketing.co.uk/website-design-peterborough.html How to add categories in OpenCart. 1. On the navigation bar hover over catalogue and click categories. 2. Click insert. 3. Enter the CATEGORY NAME. 4. If you would like a description to be seen when customers click this category, enter a DESCRIPTION. (You may or may not wish to enter a meta description, and, one or two keywords) This is only necessary if you wish this category to rank in the search engines. 5. Under the data tab, select a PARENT CATEGORY (if applicable). If you would like a photo displayed alongside this category, select an image. You may also choose to have this category displayed on the navigation bar, enter how many columns you would like, subcategories or products, to be displayed in the drop down menu. 6. Enter a SORT ORDER. (This will determine the categories placing on the navigation bar or if it is a subcategory, it's placing on the drop down menu.) 7. Finally ENABLE status.
  • 17 Jun 2012
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http://www.poly-tunnels.co.uk/commercial-polytunnels-canopies.html Polytunnels currently form the foundations of many horticultural businesses because they provide a rapid and inexpensive method of expanding grow houses as well as rejuvenating current buildings. Their capability to harvest rainwater is a very convenient utility as well as being environmentally friendly and cost effective.
  • 11 Jun 2012
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For more information please visit: http://poly-tunnels.co.uk Our allotment polytunnels are our budget range of polytunnels and have been designed to be extremely cost effective whilst still maintaining our high standards. These polytunnels are perfect for anyone wishing to enjoy the benefits of owning a polytunnel, on a limited budget. Overall Height: 7ft (8ft & 10ft in width) - 7ft 6in (12ft & 14ft in width) Straight Side: 3ft Steel Diameter: 32mm Steel Specification: Z35 high tensile galvanized. 2 Piece Hoops: We use these as standard across our entire range of domestic polytunnels as they are stronger and easier to construct. Due to their increased strength and stability you will not be required to purchase storm bars, as you would with other companies that supply hoops in 3-5 pieces. Free Allotment Polytunnel Accessories Anti Hot Spot Tape: This tape is placed onto the hoop of the ploytunnel prior to the polythene sheet being fitted and is believed to prolong the lifespan of your polythene cover by approximately 12 months. Visqueen 720g Clear Polythene Sheet: Visqueen is manufactured in the UK, specifically for the UK climate, and is covered by a Five Year Guarantee! Alitrap Roll Up PVC Blind: Heavy duty PVC blinds at both ends of your polytunnel. The blinds can be fully open to allow access or half open for ventilation. Timber Door Frames: 75mm x 40mm timber including 2 rows of 38mm x 19mm battens, treated with Tanalith® E wood preservative.
  • 11 Jun 2012
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http://www.poly-tunnels.co.uk/school-canopies-polytunnels.html Entrance canopies, bus shelters, science projects, picnic areas, vegetable plots, you will find numerous ways to utilize polytunnels & canopies at your school. Educational establishments all around the UK are re-energizing their playgrounds and sporting facilities with our robust, eco-friendly, yet low cost polytunnels and canopies.
  • 11 Jun 2012
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http://www.poly-tunnels.co.uk/commercial-polytunnels-canopies.html If you are looking to expand your businesses infrastructure be sure to consider polytunnels and canopies. Whether you own a retail, agricultural or leisure organisation, polytunnels and canopies offer a durable and low-cost alternative to more conventional structures.
  • 11 Jun 2012
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1. On the navigation bar hover over 'Catalog' and click products. 2. To insert a new product click insert on the right-hand side. Alternatively to copy an existing product check the corresponding box and click copy. 3. Under the general tab enter the product name, product description, a meta description and a keyword. Be sure to include your keyword within your meta description, as this will improve your search engine rankings. Meta descriptions should be no more than 160 characters as they are shown on the search engine results page. 4. Under the data tab enter the product code, price, tax class, primary image, shipping requirement, enable status and enter sort order. Sort order will define the order in which your products will be displayed. 5. Under the links tab select the category you would like the product to be displayed within. 6. If you would like additional images to be displayed on your product descriptions select the image tab and add these additional images. If you have not already uploaded these images into opencart you will be able to upload them from your desktop now (see tutorial, how to upload images in opencart) for more details. 7. Click Save. This concludes our tutorial on 'How to add products in OpenCart'. For more Website Design and OpenCart Online Shop tutorials please visit: http://www.ukusmarketing.co.uk/website-design-peterborough.html
  • 7 Jun 2012
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http://www.ukusmarketing.co.uk/website-design-peterborough.html - The staff day out at a Zoo in Cambridgeshire, checking out the African Grey Parrot!
  • 25 May 2012
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http://www.ukusmarketing.co.uk/website-design-peterborough.html - Staff enjoying the Catheral gardens in their lunch break
  • 25 May 2012
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