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  1. Cookie Structure

    PrestaShop uses cookies http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie encrypted with Rijndael http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mcrypt or Blowfish http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blowfish_%28cipher%29 to store all session information for customers and employees. Separate cookies for each customer and employee are stored
    PrestaShop 1.4Aug 26, 2013
  2. Managing Cookies

    PrestaShop uses encrypted cookies to store all the session information, for visitors/clients as well as for employees/administrators. The Cookie class (/classes/Cookie.php) is used to read and write cookies. In order to access the cookies from within PrestaShop code, you can use this: $this->context->cookie; All
    PrestaShop 1.6May 05, 2014
  3. Managing Cookies -

    Managing Cookies PrestaShop uses encrypted cookies to store all the session information, for visitors/clients as well as for employees/administrators. The Cookie class (/classes/Cookie.php) is used to read and write cookies. In order to access the cookies from within PrestaShop code, you can use this: $this->context
    PrestaShop 1.6Jul 01, 2016
  4. Using the Context Object

    vars. It is a light implementation of the Registry design pattern: it is a class that stores the main PrestaShop information, such as the current cookie, the customer, the employee, the cart, Smarty, etc. Before version 1.5, you had to rely on the cookie in order to access this data: $cookie->id_lang; Now
    PrestaShop 1.6May 02, 2014
  5. Using the Context Object -

    vars. It is a light implementation of the Registry design pattern: it is a class that stores the main PrestaShop information, such as the current cookie, the customer, the employee, the cart, Smarty, etc. Before version 1.5, you had to rely on the cookie in order to access this data: $cookie->id_lang; Now
    PrestaShop 1.6Jul 12, 2016
  6. Using the Context Object

    vars. It is a light implementation of the Registry design pattern: it is a class that stores the main PrestaShop information, such as the current cookie, the customer, the employee, the cart, Smarty, etc. Before version 1.5, you had to rely on the cookie in order to access this data: $cookie->id_lang; Now
    PrestaShop 1.5Mar 06, 2013
  7. Diving into PrestaShop Core development

    , there is no way to override a view. In order to change a view, you must rewrite the template file, and place it in your theme's folder. Cookies PrestaShop uses encrypted cookies to store all the session information, for visitors/clients as well as for employees/administrators. The Cookie class (/classes/Cookie.php
    PrestaShop 1.5Aug 25, 2014
  8. Administration

    browser's cookie. Lifetime of the front office cookie. By default, the longevity of a PrestaShop cookie is 480 hours (20 days). You can reduce it if you feel your security needs it. Lifetime of the back office cookie. By default, the longevity of a PrestaShop cookie is 480 hours (20 days). You can reduce it if you feel your
    PrestaShop 1.7Oct 21, 2016
  9. Administration Preferences

    to their "Uninstall" button. Check the IP address on the cookie. This is an added security measure: you can tell PrestaShop to check that the user comes from the IP stored in his or her browser's cookie. Lifetime of the Front Office cookie. By default, the longevity of a PrestaShop cookie is 480 hours (20 days). You can reduce
    PrestaShop 1.6Oct 16, 2015
  10. Administratie instellen

    knop met de tekst "Bijwerken" naast de modules die bijgewerkt kunnen worden. Controleer het IP-adres van de cookie. Dit is een toegevoegde beveiligingsmaatregel: u kunt aangeven dat PrestaShop het IP-adres moet controleren bij de cookie die bewaard is in zijn of haar browser. Geldigheid van de front-office cookies
    PrestaShop 1.6Sep 08, 2015