Nash OS for Beginners 2016 Tutorial Series | Chapter 6: Member Area

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

In chapter six of the Nash OS for Beginners 2016 Foundation Course, we’re going to explore what Nash OS Member Area is, and what it’s capable of.

Hello and welcome back. As of now, we’ve learned what Nash Operating System is and how it makes e-commerce as its main platform, we will continue our tutorial series with the Nash OS member area overview. This is only a foundation course, therefore, a quick look at what member area has to offer. Please keep your eyes on our upcoming series of advanced tutorials where we’ll go into greater detailed chapter by chapter course that talks about each feature or a combination of features that work in concert inside the member area. Keep in mind that Nash OS is a fully scalable e-commerce platform that can be tuned to anything you have ever imagined. Let’s go ahead and navigate to the member area to see your summary view, where you are greeted as well as provided with statistics of your account. In the middle of the screen, you can see My Summary view which is organized into sections to provide detailed information about your item statuses. You can see various totals and overall important details such as your item formats, titles, prices, and much more. The first column from the left is the My Views bar, which is the place to find and navigate all of the features, tools, controls, toggles, settings in the member area. It’s imperative that you take few hours of your time for at least a week to learn Nash OS terminology to be able to find anything in the member area. Alternatively, if you have no such time then you can take Live Private Express Lessons by Nash that will answer every question you may have within 4 days and much more. Let’s go on today’s subject, which is a quick look at what member area has to offer. In My Views bar, all features are organized into sections: Credit Center, Customize Settings, My Summary Settings, My Messages Settings and Management, Buy Management, Sell Settings and Management, Escrow Center, Organize Saved Lists Settings and Management, My Banners Settings and Management, My Account Settings and Management, Community Settings and Management, as well as optional Item Count Refresh Manual Control. Each section has subsections which allow to a faceted control over each feature or tool. Since admin panel controls set of features in the member area, as a result of that, member area may look differently from site to site. For example, a classifieds-based website will have classifieds as a primary business, therefore, member area look will reflect that. Or, half-price format website will have another look, and so forth. Various item formats can also transform member area one way or another. Users can also custom change the looks of member area as well as re-organize what items to show and which should be hidden. Nowadays Nash OS powers more than 3,000 websites and it’s a popular e-commerce platform on the web, so if you’re wanting to build a web presence whether it’s an e-commerce website or online classifieds or a website for your business, Nash OS is a very solid choice. The true power of Nash OS comes from its scalability there are over 25,000 features and tools that you can use to customize your website to exactly how you wanted. So to sum up: Nash OS has the most powerful member area that puts your users in control that helps them be and feel more professional, unlike other infamous e-commerce platforms, that only took a time to market to masses before making sure their member areas are 100% professional from inside out.

Now that you know a little bit more about Nash OS member area, let’s talk about Nash OS homepage.

Nash OS for Beginners 2016 Tutorial Series | Chapter 5: Admin Panel

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

In chapter five of the Nash OS for Beginners 2016 Foundation Course, we’re going to explore what Nash OS Admin Panel is, and what it’s capable of.

Hello and welcome back. As of now, we’ve learned what Nash Operating System is and how it makes e-commerce as its main platform, we will continue our tutorial series with the Nash OS admin panel overview. This is only a foundation course, therefore, a quick look at what admin panel has to offer. Please keep your eyes on our upcoming series of advanced tutorials where we’ll go into greater detailed chapter by chapter course that talks about each feature or a combination of features that work in concert as well as various ways to scale up and down Nash OS to meet your business needs. Keep in mind that Nash OS is a fully scalable e-commerce platform that can be tuned to anything you have ever imagined. Let’s go ahead and navigate to the admin panel to see the welcome screen, where you are greeted as well as provided with statistics of the entire website. The stats are located in the center of the screen and provide rich detailed information on how your site progress on a daily basis. You can see various totals and overall important details such as where your members heard about your website as well as document links and nash tech support. Needless to mention, a direct access to nash help desk also available on the welcome screen. Sorry, but Nash Help Desk access is available to registered nashers only. The second column from the left is the server-end diagnostics, which let you see current health status of your server. Anything in red in this column is a problem for Nash OS to continue running properly, therefore, it should be addressed as soon as possible by contacting your host, so he can fix it for you. Keep in mind, Nash OS developers are not responsible for the server issues unless you host your website on Nash Server. Yes! Nash OS developers do offer to host websites based on Nash OS platform. Such service is offered as the best alternative to seeking suitable server for Nash OS to run. Ask yourself a question: Who can have the most suitable server for Nash OS, if not the actual developers of Nash OS? That’s practically applicable to any developer that also offers hosting service. The first column from the left is the navigation bar, which is the place to find and navigate all of the features, tools, controls, toggles, settings in Nash Operating System. At the top of the navigation bar, you can see the FIND field and two buttons to collapse and expand all boxes in the bar. It’s imperative that you take few hours of your time for at least a week to learn Nash OS terminology to be able to find anything in Nash OS. Alternatively, if you have no such time then you can take Live Private Express Lessons by Nash that will answer every question you may have within 4 days and much more. Let’s go on today’s subject, which is a quick look at what admin panel has to offer. In navigation bar, all features are organized into sections: General Settings, Enable or Disable Settings, Tables Management, Templates Management, Picture Manager, Credit Center, Escrow Service, Member Management, Security Settings, ID Verification Settings and Management, Dispute Management, My Messages Management, My Notifications Management, Auctions Management, Want-It-Now Management, Classifieds Management, Stores Management, Multi-Channel Selling Management, Categories Management, Community Settings and Management, Charity Management, Site Content Settings and Management, Site Fees Settings and Management, Site Tax Settings, Vouchers Management, Site Accounting Management, Tools Management, as well as Site Cron Jobs Management. Nowadays Nash OS powers more than 3,000 websites and it’s a popular e-commerce platform on the web, so if you’re wanting to build a web presence whether it’s an e-commerce website or online classifieds or a website for your business, Nash OS is a very solid choice. The true power of Nash OS comes from its scalability there are over 25,000 features and tools that you can use to customize your website to exactly how you wanted. So to sum up: Nash OS has the most powerful admin panel that puts you in control, that you can virtually build anything, an online store, classifieds, business websites, the possibilities are endless.

Now that you know a little bit more about Nash OS admin panel, let’s talk about Nash OS members area, which is going to be the epic size eye-opener you’ve ever had.

Nash OS for Beginners 2016 Tutorial Series | Chapter 4: Nash Installer

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

In chapter four of the Nash OS for Beginners 2016 Foundation Course, we’re going to explore what Nash Installer is, and what it’s capable of.

Hello and welcome back. Taking back the e-commerce does require best of the best, the superior platform that can disrupt a monopolized and stagnant e-commerce. To start taking back what belongs to all of us and not just to corporations and venture capitalists, you will need to download the Nash Self Installing Application, which will install Nash OS for you. You can find Nash Self Installing Application all over the web as of now, however, quickest and easiest way to find the app is by visiting Nash Community Blog, where you will be able to navigate to the app’s download link. Keep in mind, the app is inside the zip file, therefore once downloaded the zip file to your desktop, please unzip it first, then proceed to install the Nash App to your desktop. When finished, double-click the app to open it. Before making any selection from the drop-down list, make sure, your server meets all hosted server requirements, otherwise the application will not be able to correctly install Nash OS for you. Next, proceed to fill out your hosted server FTP logins: address also known as a domain name, port number, which is normally 21, username and password. There are 2 different apps available in the list, so choose Nash OS as we discuss it right now. The second app is Proto Penny, it is superior penny auction platform and provided as an easter egg per se. Once all fields and selections completed, simply click on START button, to let application start an installation of Nash OS for you. As you have noticed so far, there are 3 tabs at the top of the window: Connect tab, Messages tab, and Directory tab. They will guide you through 2 step installation. The first step is to fill out all required fields and press START button, and the second step is to select directory or subdirectory on your server where Nash OS should be installed to. Needless to say, that application cannot know on its own whether you wish to install Nash OS in your root directory or subdirectory, therefore, step 2 will ask you to choose the exact location on your server for Nash OS installation. It takes less than 2 minutes for the application to complete entire installation and to allow you to see the messages tab with all installation logs. Also, this tab will display some necessary details for your future reference. So please make sure you do not skip checking the logs inside the messages tab. If you have any questions that come across during installation, please let us know via Nash Community Blog and we will always help you sort things out as soon as possible as long as we get a full complete description of any issue including screenshots with steps to reproduce the same issue on our own end. The first thing you do once you see Nash OS was successfully installed and ready, is to navigate to admin panel and change website defaults. Congratulations, you’re now a proud nasher of Nash OS! You can enjoy running Nash OS, but if you ever need us to actually provide any type of tech support as well as to upgrade to new versions, then you will need to register your website with Nash Help Desk first and purchase an edition that is best for you. To be absolutely clear, a free edition of Nash OS is free of everything including the cost of purchase, the tech support, upgrades, instant live help from nash personally, and et cetera. So to sum up: Nash Self Installing Application is another way to take back the e-commerce with Nash OS.

Now, that you know a little bit more about Nash Self Installing Application, let’s talk about Nash OS admin panel.

Nash OS for Beginners 2016 Tutorial Series | Chapter 3: Nashload.com

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

In chapter three of the Nash OS for Beginners 2016 Foundation Course, we’re going to explore what Nashload.com is, and what it’s capable of.

Hello and welcome back. Chances are if you have visited Nash Help Desk, you’d have seen the big button that says: Rent By Month. Clicking the button opens Nash Load.com website, where anyone can have an e-commerce in less than 10 minutes. How’s it possible to have a website in such a short timeframe? A non-technical answer would be that your future website is embedded into the server variables and all you need to do is to fill out those variables in the form provided to you on the homepage. NashLoad.com is a place to rent Nash OS on a monthly basis. First of, you would like to take a tour to see what Nash OS has to offer. If you have any questions toward Nash OS rentals then you’d click to visit ‘about us’ pages where you can find more information on terms, privacy, website types, DMCA, and complaints if any. Once finished, then proceed to the actual website set up. You start by clicking on START A SITE button. Proceed to choose an address for your website name. Next, choose a username for your website’s admin panel. Next, choose a password for your website’s admin panel. Do not forget to re-type the password. Next, put your PayPal email to activate your website. Next, choose your monthly plan from several different ones. It is needless to repeat that you agree to NashLoad.com service terms by creating your website. Finally, click on CREATE SITE button, which takes you to next view where you must verify and confirm all fields before making your first payment. Once completed a payment, you will be greeted with a message that states your website is being built. It takes between 5 and 10 minutes to complete your website set up. During waiting time, you will receive a welcome letter into your email that you provided previously. Make sure to save your welcome letter that has all the required details you will need to access and run your website. The good part is that you will be automatically notified on your screen when your website is ready. The first thing you do once you see your website ready is to navigate to admin panel and follow details provided inside your welcome letter. Finish up details in admin as per letter and you are good to go! Congratulations, you’re now a proud nasher of Nash OS! You can enjoy renting Nash OS, but if your site grows exponentially, then you might want to look into, actually owning your own site, instead of renting by purchasing Nash OS license, and host your own website, which allows to use your own domain, instead a rented domain. So to sum up: Renting Nash OS is another way to take back the e-commerce with Nash OS.

Now, that you know a little bit more about NashLoad.com, let’s talk about Nash Self Installing Application – The app to get Nash OS for free!

Nash OS for Beginners 2016 Tutorial Series | Chapter 1: What is Nash OS?

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

In chapter one of the Nash OS for Beginners 2016 Foundation Course, we’re going to explore what Nash OS is, and what it’s capable of.

Hello, and welcome to the Nash OS for beginners 2016 foundation course. In this video, we are going to answer the question. What is Nash OS? If you had been looking into building your own website then no doubt you’ve heard about Nash OS. Nash OS is an e-commerce platform as well as a content management system is written in PHP and MySQL. When Nash OS was first released in 2004 as YSP Complete, it was just a simple and straightforward auction platform. Over the years, Nash OS has evolved into a full-fledged e-commerce platform powering e-commerce websites, online auctions, business websites, classifieds, blogs, forums, real estate, just to name a few. Nowadays Nash OS powers more than 3,000 websites and it’s a popular e-commerce platform on the web so if you’re wanting to build a web presence whether it’s an e-commerce website or online classifieds or a website for your business, Nash OS is a very solid choice. The true power over Nash OS comes from its scalability there are over 25,000 features and tools. You can use to customize your website to exactly how you wanted. So to sum up: Nash OS is a powerful e-commerce platform that puts you in control. You can virtually build anything, an online store, classifieds, business websites, the possibilities are endless.

Now that you know a little bit more about Nash OS, let’s talk about the differences between Nash OS editions.

Nash Operating System 2016 SP5 Released!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

Nash Operating System 2016 SP5 Released!

Dear Nashers,

We are very pleased to announce the release of Nash Operating System 2016 SP5

It is available for free upon your ticket submission in Nashelp Desk or directly from the admin area of your website.

Please ensure you backup both your files and databases before embarking on any new release.

######################################
### v2016 SP5 Changelog
### [ SERVER REQUIREMENTS ]
### – set to 777 chmod: images/title_templates directory
### – set to 777 chmod: images/store_templates directory
### – set to 777 chmod: images/audio_bid_confirm directory
### – set to 777 chmod: images/nash_pdf directory
### – set to 777 chmod: images/myfolders_csv_data directory
### [ THINGS YOU NEED TO DO AFTER THE UPDATE ]
### – initialize language database (in admin > manual cron jobs > initialize language database)
### [ FEATURES ]
### – amended title templates to accommodate improved css technology
### – added nashop connection to title templates view in admin panel
### – this is a large cumulative update for skins and service core functions to meet latest browser requirements
######################################

TAKE BACK THE ECOMMERCE!

Posted on 18 CommentsPosted in ProtoPenny, Nash.Operating.System

namechange

 

Nash OS will take back the ecommerce. We want the world to know it. Join us here as we raise funds for the most ambitious launch campaign in open source history. A portion of each donation will go towards taking out a full-page ad in the New York Times celebrating the release. All donors will be listed in the ad, the signatories of a declaration of independence from a monopolized and stagnant ecommerce. Will you be a part of the open source legacy?

 

DOWNLOAD NASH OS FREE SELF-INSTALLER

Nash Operating System 2016 SP4 Released!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

Nash Operating System 2016 SP4 Released!

Dear Nashers,

We are very pleased to announce the release of Nash Operating System 2016 SP4

It is available for free upon your ticket submission in Nashelp Desk or directly from the admin area of your website.

Please ensure you backup both your files and databases before embarking on any new release.

######################################
### v2016 SP4 Changelog
### [ SERVER REQUIREMENTS ]
### – set to 777 chmod: images/banners directory
### – set to 777 chmod: images/cclogos directory
### – set to 777 chmod: images/listing_icons directory
### – set to 777 chmod: images/picman directory
### – set to 777 chmod: images/skin_templates directory
### [ THINGS YOU NEED TO DO AFTER THE UPDATE ]
### – initialize language database (in admin > manual cron jobs > initialize language database)
### [ FEATURES ]
### – amended skin templates to accommodate improved css technology
### – added nashop connection to skin templates view in admin panel
### – added ability for admin to comply with EU Cookie Law (in admin > security > cookie notice)
######################################

Nash Operating System 2016 SP3 Released!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

Nash Operating System 2016 SP3 Released!Dear Nashers,

We are very pleased to announce the release of Nash Operating System 2016 SP3

It is available for free upon your ticket submission in Nashelp Desk or directly from the admin area of your website.

Please ensure you backup both your files and databases before embarking on any new release.

######################################
### v2016 SP3 Changelog
### [ FEATURES ]
### – this is a large cumulative update for skins and service core functions to meet latest browser requirements
######################################

Nash Operating System 2016 SP2 Released!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

Nash Operating System 2016 SP2 Released!

Dear Nashers,

We are very pleased to announce the release of Nash Operating System 2016 SP2

It is available for free upon your ticket submission in Nashelp Desk or directly from the admin area of your website.

Please ensure you backup both your files and databases before embarking on any new release.

######################################
### v2016 SP2 Changelog
### [ SERVER REQUIREMENTS ]
### – set to 777 chmod: images/listing_designer_templates directory
### [ FEATURES ]
### – amended listing designer templates to accommodate improved css technology
### – added nashop connection to listing designer templates view in admin panel
######################################

YSPComplete! 2014-12 Released!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

YSPC 2014-12 Released!

Dear Nashers,

We are pleased to announce the release of YSPC v.2014-12.

The version is available for free upon your ticket submission in NDC Help Desk.

Please ensure you backup both your files and databases before embarking on the upgrade:
##########################################
### v2014-12 Changelog
### [ FEATURES ]
### – added ability for users to auto-add auctions as events to their calendars via auction details page
### – added ability for users to auto-add auctions, classifieds, wanted ads as events to their calendars via email notifications received from your site
##########################################

YSPComplete! 2014-11 Released!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

YSPC 2014-11 Released!

Dear Nashers,

We are pleased to announce the release of YSPC v.2014-11.

The version is available for free upon your ticket submission in NDC Help Desk.

Please ensure you backup both your files and databases before embarking on the upgrade:
##########################################
### v2014-11 Changelog
### [ FEATURES ]
### – this is a large cumulative update for skins and service core functions to meet latest browser requirements
##########################################

Uberize jQuery Plugin (uber app form)

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Various

Uberize jQuery Plugin (uber app form)

Uberize is a simple jQuery Plugin that allows to display a form that is similar to the form inside uber apps.


UBERIZE v1.0.0
DOWNLOAD: https://github.com/nashworks/uberize
Copyright 2014 Nashworks
Released under the MIT license


LEGEND:
lT  = label text (example/default is 4 labels)
iFT  = input field type (example/default is 4 fields)
iFR  = input field required (example/default is 4 fields)
iBT  = input button type (example/default is 4 fields)
lTC  = label text color
piXY = puck icons XY coordinates (example/default is 4 icons)
mBC  = main background color is made of 3 rgb values (top and bottom colors and opacity)
pBC  = puck background color is made of 3 rgb values (top and bottom colors and opacity)
pBBC = puck border color
pI  = puck icons are made of 2 values (background color and path to the sprite)
pIBC = puck icon border color
lBC  = line background color is made of 3 rgb values (top and bottom colors and opacity)
cBC  = circle background color is made of 3 rgb values (top and bottom colors and opacity)
mW  = main width
iFBC = input field background color
iBBC = input button background color
iFTC = input field text color
iBTC = input button text color
dBQO = database query operation (INSERT or UPDATE), please use second parameter to specify which rowID needs to be updated


USAGE:
$(‘some_div’).uberize({name1:’value1′,name2:’value2′,etc…});


EXAMPLE:
$(‘#uberDiv’).uberize({lT:[‘EMAIL’,’MOBILE’,’PASSWORD’,’PHOTO’],iFT:[’email’,’tel’,’password’,’file’],iFR:[‘required’,’required’,’required’,”],iBT:[‘button’,’button’,’button’,’submit’],lTC:’#CCC’,iXY:[‘0 0′,’0 -34px’,’0 -68px’,’0 -102px’],mBC:[‘26,26,26′,’1,1,1′,’1’],pBC:[‘26,26,26′,’1,1,1′,’1′],pBBC:’#333’,pI:[‘#000′,’icons_white.png’],pIBC:’#333′,lBC:[‘26,26,26′,’26,26,26′,’1’],cBC:[‘26,26,26′,’26,26,26′,’1′],mW:’100%’,iFBC:’#000′,iBBC:’#000′,iFTC:’#CCC’,iBTC:’#CCC’,dBQO:[‘INSERT’,’0′]});

YSPComplete! 2014-10 Released!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

YSPC 2014-10 Released!

Dear Nashers,

We are pleased to announce the release of YSPC v.2014-10.

The version is available for free upon your ticket submission in NDC Help Desk.

Please ensure you backup both your files and databases before embarking on the upgrade:
##########################################
### v2014-10 Changelog
### [ FEATURES ]
### – added more props to animations (in admin > animations)
### – added MyNotifications system (in admin > MyNotifications)
### – expanded admin login history by adding hostname, organization, geolocation, phone, and other useful info about each login to admin panel (in admin > admin management > admins login history)
##########################################

YSPC 2014-9 Released!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Nash.Operating.System

YSPC 2014-9 Released!

Dear Nashers,

We are pleased to announce the release of YSPC v.2014-9.

The version is available for free upon your ticket submission in NDC Help Desk.

Please ensure you backup both your files and databases before embarking on the upgrade:
##########################################
### v2014-9 Changelog
### [ FEATURES ]
### – added ability to save auctions for later at the end of SYI process
##########################################

Time that makes it all tick

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Various

freefastcheap-versus-great

 

 

Time can be amazing thing if you look at what really makes it all tick – check out the time fractions that make up the time that took YSPC to turn into unparalleled online business solution:

315,360,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 yoctoseconds
315,360,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 zeptoseconds
315,360,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 attoseconds
315,360,000,000,000,000,000,000 femtoseconds
315,360,000,000,000,000,000 picoseconds
315,360,000,000,000,000 nanoseconds
315,360,000,000,000 microseconds
315,360,000,000 milliseconds
31,536,000,000 centiseconds
315,360,000 seconds
52,560,000 minutes
87,600 hours
3,650 days
520 weeks
120 months
10 years

whew