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How to make LightSpeed Pro work with any website

If you call LightSpeed tech support, you’ll likely be told that their Web Store product is your only choice but I’m here to tell you that it there is another option. I’m not saying that it’s a good option, but there is another way if you’re really determined.

Web Store 2.5.1

LightSpeed quietly released version 2.5.1 of it’s Web Store e-commerce module recently and although the list is small, this may have been the ‘point-one’ update some of you were waiting for before making the leap to their new 2.5 web store system. 2.5 comes with many improvements from Google Shopping …

Upgrading to Web Store 2.5

Many clients have contacted me regarding Web Store 2.5 and what is involved in upgrading their website. This is loaded question as it really depends on your situation but let’s start with some facts. The first thing that you should know is that Web Store 2.5 is not reliant upon …

Web Store 2.1.6

Web Store 2.1.6 was quietly released on Feb 15th. Not much to write about here. Unfortunately, the upgrade notes are not clear and have not been updated to include instructions for those who may be upgrading between versions of 2.1.x… instead it only talks about upgrading to 2.1 from a …

Web Store 2.1.3

It’s exciting to see the updates for Web Store as they are much more frequent then they used to be. With the release of the new features such as promo codes and tiered shipping… and then the opening of the locked code… it’s great to see Web Store getting as …

Web Store 2.1.2

In case you missed it, (and I know I did while rushing off to the big LightSpeed conference last week) the Web Store developers have been hard at work improving our favourite e-commerce solution. It seems to be a collection of general fixes to all kinds of things. Nothing terribly …

LightSpeed 3.5.1 & Web Store 2.1.1

To veteran LightSpeed users, it should come as no surprise that one week after a major release, Xsilva comes out with the ‘point-one’ release that fixes the bugs that were discovered after they released the new code out into the wild. Xsilva has gotten better at this over the years …