A Paid Master Class On How To Null A Module (my suggestion)

Obedson

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It will be nice if the modulators could create a support forum where anyone interested could learn how to null (GPL licenced ) modules, so that many people could contribute and make this system more engaging.
 

Deediezi

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I don't know but I guess this is purchased modules who are just shared here?
 

darftattak

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hello, yes indeed, they are shared it's the best
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Bonjour, en effet, ce sont bien du partage. J'avoue que parfois de l'aide serai un plus. C'est gentil de leur part de partager ces informations.


Hello, indeed, these are good sharing. I admit that sometimes help will be a plus. It's nice of them to share this information.
 
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I am not even sure that most of modules shared here are really NULLED. Most of them are modules that people have paid for and that they are sharing.
 

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It will be nice if the modulators could create a support forum where anyone interested could learn how to null (GPL licenced ) modules, so that many people could contribute and make this system more engaging.
I will know to
 

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I think most of the module shared here is paid module that purchase by someone then he shared it here. But now, we can see a report that they got warning from module owner when their site goes online. So I think it is needed to check the backlink or something that will send a report to the module owner that we use the module at our website without getting paid for it.
 

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Okay, here is the masterclass: Install locally, see if module needs activation. If so, it's complicated. Otherwise open main php file which is named after the folder of module. For example: Page cache = pagecache/pagecache.php Or autotranslator/autotranslator.php Find the line some where near beginning: $author_address = "bla-bla-bla lots of letters" Comment it out with two backslashes like this: // $author_address = .... You're done 😉 Explanation: modules, that are sold on official marketplace must have this line to identify authot hence alert about unauthorized use. No line - no alert. But some modules, to say very minority of them, also have additional information to send to authors on install, even silently. Those are all Presta-module items, including Advanced Search 4, all Myresta-eu, all Sunnytoo modules. Those are little harder to shut up and should be looked through beforehand, but little they can do without abuse to official prestashop.
 
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