Thank you for the feedback!
It was fixed a month ago. You should update your plugin to the latest version.
To achieve this you will have to modify the nopCommerce source code. We are using the SearchProducts method in the ProductService (it is located in Nop.Services/Catalog), so you will need to add your ordering logic in there.
I suppose that you will need another sorting option as well, which you can add in the ProductSortingEnum located at Nop.Core/Domain/Catalog.
Hope this helps!
Maybe a scheduling option for excluding the slider for certain days will do the trick here, but currently, there is no such option in our scheduling.
Can you suggest it to our UserVoice portal?
Currently, we do not have the resources to do it, but if it gets enough customer attention we will have it planned and implement it. By suggesting it to our UserVoice you will be able to follow the state of the feature. You will be notified by email when it is planned, started and completed.
You can use the Scheduling for this. You can find it on the Scheduling tab for each slider you create or edit.
Tha [at] in NeoFashion is hard coded in the view. You will need to open Themes/NeoFashion/Views/Shared/_Root.cshtml, there you will find a span with class mail. There between the email name and email domain resources you will find the [at].
Hope this helps!
Thank you for your feedback!
We have integrated this into the 3.50 version of the plugin. You should update your plugin.
I think you didn't understand me correctly. If you choose to bundle your files by hand, you should get one big JS/CSS file. Then you will need to upload this file to your CDN server and set the path to it in the bundle location (pathToTheBundleLocatedOnYourCdnServer).
You can not use the BundleConfig class in nopCommerce because the bundle registration is in PageHeadBuilder.
After some research, I found that the bundling for multiple files does not work with CDN. You can have only one file bundled from CDN. Actually, if you think about it, it doesn't make sense to create a bundle of multiple files that come from CDN.
In your case, it would be best to bundle all your files, upload the bundle to your CDN and use this file.
Note: The EnableOptimizations option is needed when you want to test your bundling in Debug mode.
Please take a look at the following screenshot:
Are you running your site in debug mode? Make sure you are running it in release.
Can you elaborate more on what do you mean by bundleConfig class?
Take a look at this article.
In your ticket, you have replaced the path in GetBundleVirtualPath method with your CDN URL, but this method accepts only relative paths. According to the above article the place to specify your CDN path is the bundle constructor:
var bundle = new StyleBundle(bundleVirtualPath, "//cdn4-st1.azureedge.net/bundles/styles/");
BundleTable.Bundles.UseCdn = true; //enable CDN support