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Laravel eCommerce Hide Shop for Guest

Updated 9 August 2019

Laravel eCommerce Hide Shop for Guest module allows the admin to hide their storefront from the guest user/unregistered customers of their website.

To view the storefront, firstly, the guest user needs to get registered themselves with the website then only they can proceed to shop.

This module will provide full control to the store owner over the visibility of their storefront to the guest users. This extension only allows the registered customers of the website to view the storefront.

Features of Laravel eCommerce Hide Shop for Guest

  • The admin can easily enable or disable this module.
  • The storefront will not be visible to the guest users.
  • The admin can add the custom notification from the backend.
  • The guest user needs to register themselves with the website to view the storefront.
  • Only registered customer can view the storefront.
  • Instead of the storefront, the guest user will find the Log ln page.

Installation of Laravel eCommerce Hide Shop for Guest

The customers will get a zip folder, Unzip the respective extension zip then merge “packages” folders into the project root directory.

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Goto config/app.php file then add the following line under the Providers

Webkul\HideShopForGuest\Providers\HideShopForGuestServiceProvider::class
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Goto composer.json file inside the Bagisto root directory then add the following line under ‘psr-4’

"Webkul\HideShopForGuest\":"packages/Webkul/HideShopForGuest/src"
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Now, goto app/Http/Kernel.php file then add the following line under ‘middleware groups’

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\Webkul\HideShopForGuest\Http\Middleware\HideShopForGuest::class
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Next, run these below command to complete the setup in the bagisto root directory.

composer dump-autoload

Hide Shop for Guest – Configuration

Once you successfully execute the command, you will see the Hide Shop for Guest under the Configure>>Show Price After Login. 

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From the drop-down admin can easily enable or disable the module.

Notification for Customer: The admin can easily notify their customer to Log In/Sign Up with the website by showing this pop-up notification to the customer at front-end.

Hide Shop for Guest – Front End

Once the admin enabled this module, it will reflect on the front end accordingly.

As shown in the below image the guest user can’t view the storefront until or unless they get register themselves with the website. The guest user will also see the notification to sing up with the website.

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After successfully signed up with the website the guest user can easily view the storefront.

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That’s all for the Laravel eCommerce Hide Shop for Guest still, have any issue feel free to add a ticket here


Current Product Version - v0.1.0

Supported Framework Version - v0.1.6

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