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The first company to join our module compatibility program is Nemo’s PostScriptum. If you are not familiar Nemo, he is one of the most active community members on the PrestaShop forum and is also active on the thirty bees forum as well. He has been developing modules and creating tutorials for many years now.
Some of the modules
Nemo has a whole host of modules that he brings to the table and more are going to be compatible soon. The first ones that he made compatible are:
- Free product access module
- Free carrier assigner module
- Cash on delivery with fee module
- Ticket System
- HTML block
- Search by category
- Step Search
- SEO Booster
We are excited that he has brought so many modules to our compatibility program. His SEO booster is one of his most popular modules. It is one of the few modules that can give your shop the extra SEO push it needs so you can start outranking your competition. It offers product specific optimizations, SEO statistics, it adds rel next / previous tags to your category pages, open graph tags, and a meta field generator. Everything you need to start ranking higher with your thirty bees website.
Nemo also offers a module developement course of 13 lessons on how to develop modules that will be compatible with thirty bees. If you are a developer wanting to start learning how to develop modules that work with thirty bees this course will be indispensable for you. The wealth of know that Nemo brings to the table along with his great coding style will get you started in the realm of module development. You can view his module development course here.
About our compatibility program
Our compatibility program is very simple and simple to join. If you create modules that are compatible with thirty bees all you have to do is display the compatibility seal on your module page for customers to see. At the same time you have to support customers who have issues with your module and thirty bees. Its that simple. If you are displaying the seal, let us know, we would like to help the companies that support us out as much as possible. You can read more about our module compatibility program here.