ArticleUpgrading modules from OpenCart 1.5.x to OpenCart 2.0.x or changes in the OpenCart 2.0.x

OpenCart 2.0 has been released and it is very different from OpenCart 1.5. Extensions from 1.5 will not work on the 2.0. You need to upgrade them from OpenCart 1.5 to OpenCart 2.0. I decided to write this article where I am planning to describe how to do it and describe differences in the OpenCart 2.0.

ArticleDo you have to give FTP access to your OpenCart for developers?

It is very common situation. You bought a module, installed it on your site, but the module doesn't work. You contacted with module developer for support and got an answer that you need to give full access to your site for this developer. But if somebody gets an access to your site they can do everything with it! Is it safe to give access to your site for the module developers?

ArticleAdvantages and disadvantages of the OpenCart.

I have been working with OpenCart for more than 2 years. I have a lot of experience working with this system and I will try to describe the advantages and disadvantages of it.

ArticleHow to fix vQmod errors and conflicts

In this article you will learn how to fix vQmod errors and conflicts.

ArticleHow to create vQmod file

In this article I will tell you how to create your own vQmod files.

ArticleHow to install vQmod

How to install vQmod on your OpenCart?

ArticlevQmod (OCMod)

"vQmod™" (aka Virtual Quick Mod) is an override system designed to avoid having to change core files. The concept is quite simple... Instead of making changes to the core files directly, the changes are created as xml search/replace script files. These script files are parsed during page load as each "source" core file is loaded with the "include" or "require" php functions. The source is then patched with the script file changes, and saved to a temp file.

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