If an order is returned/refunded/canceled, some webshop-solutions will resend the transaction-data to Google Analytics using the same transactionID, but with a 0.00 cost and no products. The new data overwrites the old because it has the same transactionId.
There seems to be no other way of telling Google Analytics that an order has been canceled.
It is fine to index your paginated content in Google search result, you can set different title for that, for example
for www.myshop.com/category-list?p=2 you can set title as "Page 2 - product category"
for www.myshop.com/category-list?p=3 you can set title as "Page 3 - product category
But if you really don't want to index other categories paginated ...
I found the solution... They all need to be in one same field as multivalue (separated by commas). For example:
Hope this can be of help to anyone in the future.
Is it secure to use for a small webshop?
Absolutely. There are thousands of sites using PrestaShop - the main consideration is to keep it updated as security updates are released. PrestaShop has documentation that makes the update process fairly easy.
Does it need a lot maintenance?
It's not bad. The main trick here is in the configuration - you want to ...
I'm reluctant since I think that through front-end coding the site can be optimzed for search engines.
Semantic markup, a.k.a. front-end coding, is a big part of SEO. Semantic markup is a bug signal as to what the content is that they are reading, what's important, etc. It's one of the biggest SEO factors a webmaster controls. The right markup can improve ...
Yes, use 301 redirects from dogsite.com to petsite.com/dogs as discussed here.
Then follow this: Tell Google when your site moves
For more helpful information, see this: Google Webmaster Blog - Best practices when moving your site.
If the content is going to be transferred to the new site, your rankings may dip for a while, but should return once Google ...
If I understood your question correctly, you are asking about errors from Google Search Console considering some properties of structured data. I recommend to take a look at Google documentation: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/guides/intro-structured-data.
Try to set in localization/configuration/ Set language from browser: NO so the default language you will choose will not have redirect. I have a couples of Prestashop and there is no redirect, at least I did not note.
Also Set default country from browser language to NO. If this will not create problem to your users of course.
Prestashop has pretty good online documentation and below is a snippet taken from the documentation for version 1.6 and I'm sure that nothing major has changed since 1.6 > 1.7 regarding the database settings file.
There are situations where nothing happens when you request a new
password, and it doesn't work. There can be a number of reasons ...
You should be able to do this within preferences and click the SEO & URLS tab, assuming that you have the module installed and enabled before hand. If you want more control over the SEO then you would be better off using a plug-in such as zzSEOtk, just one of many available. You could also adapt the template files to do this for you, but would require ...
I found you also here! Well, Prestashop is actually lacking any Hreflang handling, but if you are interested, I've developed a module that adds the hreflang links for several page types.
You can find it here:
the module is working for index, categories pages, product pages, cms pages, manufactures, ...
Using a RedirectMatch directive from mod_alias in your .htaccess file should do the trick:
RedirectMatch permanent /[^/]+/([0-9]+)-(.*)-([0-9]+)\.html$ /$2-$1-$3
This pulls out the matching parts of your old URLs and redirects them to the new format.
@yenshirak has answered this question previously over on StackOverflow:
In the PrestaShop back-office go to Modules -> Modules
Find the Layered navigation block and click Configure
Find the filter template and click Edit
Select new categories in Categories used for this template
Click Rebuild entire price index
Click Build ...
It appears that the PrestaShop CSV import feature is very particular about the file format that it accepts. Here is a website that walks through all of the steps in detail with lots of tips about what can go wrong: http://www.tokyowebdesigns.com/advice/2465/prestashop-how-to-import-a-products-csv-file
They also have videos of the process available on ...
I am not so familiar with Prestashop per se, but a company that handles 100,000+ products, probably wants to make sure this works.
The best advice to give here, is to benchmark. Regardless of the solution (Prestashop or otherwise), you probably want to set up a cluster of servers -- if not for load balancing, then for high availability. Write a simple ...
While Prestashop does use a unique numerical autonumber to identify products (ps_product.id_product), there are also three fields into which you could provide external references - Reference Code, EAN-13 or JAN Barcode, and UPC Barcode, though it is apparent the Reference Code field (ps_product.reference) would be the most appropriate and does not have any ...
either does not make sense or will confuse everyone or I'm not getting your question right
is a subdirectory
is a subdomain
In general context subdirectory and subdomain should behaves almost the same way. For SEO, the safe approach is to use subdirectory instead of subdomain e.g....
I guess your the one here ?
Have tried using the latest version ?
A lot of bugs have been corrected after 18.104.22.168, this is one of the reasons they recommend to install the latest version and also for the security fixes.
Current Version is PrestaShop v1.4.7 ...
For shopping carts, I will recommend you to have a look at Magento Commerce, OsCommerce, ZenCart and Prestashop. If you are looking for something powerful, you should definitely be looking at Magento.
Clearly the Magento eCommerce with the strongest backend and securely.