PrestaShop provides a list of your physical store to your customers, with detailed contact information. Obviously, this feature is only useful if you do have physical stores, where customers can come buy products.
Customers can reach the "Stores" page from the footer of your shop.
You cannot disable this feature, but you can make it inaccessible to customers:
At this point, the page will still exist and it will still be accessible to search engines. To delete it for good, you should:
If some day you want to have the "Stores" page back, you should create a new page in the "SEO & URLs" page, with the following information:
You can choose how these stores are displayed in the front office. The customer can access them through the "Stores" link (depending on the theme)
In your interface, all your stores are listed in a handy list, giving every store's information as well as an indicator telling whether the store is currently active or not – you might for instance want to gather the information for a new store in advance, in order to have its page ready for the launch.
As usual, click "Add new store" to reach the store creation form.
Fill as many of the fields as possible, as they will be displayed to your customers.
One important field is the "Latitude/Longitude" one, as this is what your theme might use to indicate the location of your store. You can use Steve Morse's online tool to get the lat/long coordinates of a given address: http://stevemorse.org/jcal/latlon.php.
Make sure to add a picture of the store front, as this is how your customers will be able to find it once in the street.
Finally, the business hours are an essential part of any physical store, and you should be as precise as possible about them.
This section enables you to give the main details of your company, rather than those of a specific shop. You should fill all the fields with information on your headquarters, as this is certainly the address customers will use to contact you, or even visit you.
These fields should be carefully filled:
Do not use a colon (":") in your store's name, as it might prevent some features from working (for instance, e-mail sending might fail).
You can replace the colon with a dash if you need to have two sections in the title. For instance, use "MyStore – The best place for items to buy" instead of "MyStore: The best place for items to buy".