New Zen Cart 1.5.5e Upgrade

New Zen Cart 1.5.5e Upgrade

New Zen Cart Upgrade 1.5.5e Zen Cart has just released a new, improved version – 1.5.5e Some of the nice new features: * Integrated Mobile Responsive Template * Admin can reset Customer password * Admin menu improvements to help it fit tablet screens better *...
Zen Cart 1.5.5 Goes Mobile!

Zen Cart 1.5.5 Goes Mobile!

Zen Cart has just released a Major new version – Zen Cart 1.5.5a – and we say this is a “Must Have” upgrade

What is so important about this release?

Zen Cart 1.5.5a now includes a Mobile Responsive template – so now Zen Cart Stores can pass Google’s strict Mobile Friendly Test

Is Your Zen Cart Site Mobile Friendly ?

Is Your Zen Cart Site Mobile Friendly ?

Is your site ready for Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’? If your site isn’t Mobile Friendly – then you are in trouble. Because, as of April 2015, Google has started punishing any site which is not Mobile Friendly. The good news is that we have...
Zen Cart Checkout Problems With Authorize.net & Paypal

Zen Cart Checkout Problems With Authorize.net & Paypal

Authorize.net and PayPal have both made recent changes to the protocols they accept for processing credit card orders. As a result, many Zen Cart sites will suddenly find that people cannot check out as their credit cards will not process (we are seeing this happening...
Why Zen Cart Upgrades Can Be Expensive (and usually are)

Why Zen Cart Upgrades Can Be Expensive (and usually are)

Zen Cart upgrades are almost always vitally important and usually take a long time to perform Anybody who claims there is a quick – “cheap” way of upgrading – is wrong and most likely hasn’t ever done an upgrade or has probably destroyed...
** New Module – QuickLoad – Super Fast Way To Update Products

** New Module – QuickLoad – Super Fast Way To Update Products

Updating store products is a real pain in the behind! Updates are done through a browser-based web page interface and take, on average, a minute per product – which can add up to a lot of time and cost. Consider this scenario – your store has 240 products...