In the previous post, I have guided you to install the … module by Back office. In this post, I will introduce another way to install Prestashop module with a FTP client software like FileZilla, XPFTP,… They are like a tool for uploading prestashop order management module archived file to website’s module folder.
From my point of view, the way of calculation with FTP is somehow more complex than Back Office. Of course, if you install with FTP, you will have other options such as giving folder permissions, and so on while it can’t be done with Back Office.
You have to prepare the module archived files to install any module. Please go here to purchase the module: http://www.globosoftware.net/prestashop-modules/prestashop-order-management-module-edit-order/
After purchasing complete, this module archived files need to be extracted and upload to prestashop order management module folder by FTP client software. I will provide steps by steps in detail:
Step 1: Open one FTP client software (I use FileZilla FTP), then upload the prestashop order management module archived file:
After uploading complete, let’s go to backend.
Step 2: Module configuration.
Now let’s configure the module to make it usable J
Hover over the “Modules” >> Click on “Modules and services” in the left side bar.
Click on “Configure” >> “Manage Templates”.
In order to add new templates, click on the “Add new” button:
We can choose the page size which is ranged from A4 to A7 with 7 different templates for each page size. It means that the module provides us the possibility to customize the invoice to suitable with each store.
Now, you can customize the templates by adding template name, setup header, print type, margin, padding, color, font-size, and so on.
It has a Preview option to take a look at new changes before saving. You can edit, or delete this template later for sure.
Let’s get back to the module configuration. We can setup default invoice and select options for each customer group and delivery group. After that, please switch the status of the “Active Module” field to “Yes” and then click “Save”.
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