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PrestaShop is an open-source, free CMS platform, that enables users to set up an eCommerce store. PrestaShop Hosting allows you to offer goods and services to customers online. PrestaShop also allows business owners, to construct eCommerce websites, and add functionality. It features a completely responsive design, supports all the main payment systems, and is available in many regions. PrestaShop is compatible with many languages and you can make product listings that include digital files, create categories and subcategories for your products, track inventory, set up a one-page checkout, automate taxes, make coupons and discounts, and use SEO tools!
PrestaShop is an open-source e-commerce platform, which means that the source code is freely accessible. The Open Software License (OSL) controls the publication of the software. Users can modify the program to suit their specific needs! Its database is created using the MySQL database management system and developed in the PHP programming language. It is reliant on the Symfony PHP framework.
PrestaShop is a popular eCommerce platform with more than 300,000 stores worldwide. PrestaShop is available in 60 different languages. PrestaShop is utilized in 0.8% of websites whose Content management system we know of, and 0.5% of all the websites utilize PrestaShop hosting.
PrestaShop was born in 2005 as a school project at Paris, France's EPITECH IT School. The initial name of the program was phpOpenStore, and it was originally in English and French. The software was translated into thirteen languages three months after it began.
The official PrestaShop as we see it today was established by Igor Schlumberger and Bruno Lévêque in 2007, and has its headquarters in Paris, although it has since expanded to become a multinational corporation. According to PrestaShop, its goal is to "create a top-tier e-commerce platform through open source innovation."
Since its release, the business has formed extensive strategic alliances with organizations like Paypal, Google, Meta, TikTok, and many more to provide e-retailers with the newest technological advancements. The Acteurs du Libre International Award was given to PrestaShop in 2019 for its global development approaches.
Flexibility: The program’s open-source design allows for a great deal of customization and flexibility. Users may code additional modules and functions, as well as organize various parts, to create custom solutions for themselves, and their particular organization. If you have a little technical knowledge or you can hire a developer to go deeper into the PrestaShop code. You can create and download database backups, then edit or remove the entire database as needed. Create API keys, set cookie lifetimes, turn on/off iFrames and HTML filters, run caches, set permissions, and write SQL queries.
Items: Create as many categories and subcategories as you like, and add as many products as you like, including digital ones. For time-bound items, you may even specify a download expiry date. As a migration aid, use a CSV file. Keep track of particular product inventories, and sort and filter orders to get a picture of the suppliers and manufacturers. Keep track of your stock and set up alerts for restocking.
International sales: Set your business to accept numerous currencies in more than 60 different languages. You may configure currencies, customize your store for the market you want to serve, and utilize multilingual product sheets to translate product descriptions for multiple regions.
Configure one-page checkout, present a summary page before users validate their carts, and let them select addresses, shipping addresses, and payment options. Set up shipping options, such as carrier-specific geographic delivery zones. Allow the choice of gift wrapping. Set taxes according to geographical differences.
Marketing: Gathering customer emails, using images or banners to advertise on your website, setting up automated emails to lower cart abandonment rates, displaying complete product pages with call-to-action buttons, cross-selling, and promotional content, suggesting and promoting specific products, utilizing coupons and discounts, and customizing offers based on products, customers, or orders are all examples of PrestaShop' marketing strategies.
SEO friendly: Use URL rewriting, meta titles, internal links, external links, alt tags, and meta descriptions as SEO tools. Set up your internal search engine and show a Google map of your actual locations.
Analysis: You may see sales information, and get a list of all open carts. You may showcase your most popular goods in your store by seeing a whole range of product insights. Additionally, you may track traffic statistics, evaluate the effectiveness of marketing, and learn how visitors navigate through your website.
Customer engagement: Send costumers emails to remind them of the items they have left in their shopping carts. Send emails with recently seen goods to re-engage consumers. To get notifications when a product is back in stock, let customers sign up. Create forms for creating client accounts, and make it possible for costumers to do so and keep track of their orders.
Extensions: The built-in features of the software are expanded via add-on modules. You can discover what your site requires, among the nearly 4,000 integrations available, in PrestaShop’s official add-ons marketplace, thousands of which are accessible in dozens of languages, other than English. Users have the option to create their modules or install them straight from the administration interface.
PrestaShop can be easily installed using PrestaShop Hosting. You can manage all of your installations from one location. HostDive PrestaShop hosting makes it simple, so you can rapidly begin creating your online business. All our PrestaShop hosting accounts come with the Softaculous one-click installer, through which you can set up PrestaShop in minutes, and start your business right away.
With our Shared Web Hosting and CMS Hosting, you can start small and upgrade to higher-tier packages, as your business expands. A big eCommerce site requires more processing power, to maintain availability and stay stable on high traffic spikes, with only one click, you can switch your PrestaShop hosting account to our Sailor package when required!
Our PrestaShop hosting specialists are ready to assist you in setting up a successful online store and managing your expanding business. Other features which will be included with your PrestaShop hosting account include, Unlimited bandwidth, free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates, ultra-fast SSD storage, DirectAdmin control panel, email accounts, and many more amazing features!