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Managing Extensions

In today's digital landscape, website functionality is key to providing a seamless user experience. Managing extensions efficiently can significantly enhance your website's capabilities. In this guide, we'll walk you through the process of managing extensions within your website's admin area.

Step 1: Access the Admin Area Begin by logging into your website's admin area. This is your control center for managing various aspects of your site.

Step 2: Navigate to Extensions Once inside the admin area, click on the "Modules" and then "Extensions" tabs. Here, you'll find a variety of extension modules designed to bolster your website's functionality.


Explore Extension Modules:

  • Additional Platforms: Enables multiple sales channels.
  • Coupons and Vouchers: Facilitates the use of coupons and vouchers for purchases.
  • Error Log Viewer: Allows you to review error logs for troubleshooting.
  • Module Visibility: Enables administrators to manage order structure module visibility.
  • osC Link: Imports data from osCommerce 2.x versions.
  • Product Stock History: Logs changes in product stock levels.
  • Product Templates: Customizes the display of product pages.
  • Self Install Shop Creation: Generates an installation from your store.
  • Stock Control: Limits product availability on platforms or warehouses.
  • User Groups: Utilizes groups for customer segmentation.
  • Department Client


Step 3: Customize Extension Settings Within the Extensions tab, you have the flexibility to activate, deactivate, import, and export extensions. Utilize the drag and drop feature to change the order. Display inactive and/or not installed extensions. You can also use the quick search option, and apply all countries setting to any of these extension modules.




Step 4: Edit Extensions To modify individual extensions, click on the "Edit" button. Here, you can adjust specific settings, ensuring each extension aligns with your website's unique requirements.


Managing extensions effectively empowers you to tailor your website's functionalities, offering your users a more personalized and enjoyable experience. Happy managing!

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