1. To install Addressfinder go to your Magento installation directory and enter:
composer require addressfinder/module-magento1
2. If you don't have it already, you will need to install the magento-composer-installer plugin. This will create the symlinks between the vendor files created by composer and your Magento store. You can find instructions here
TIP: Don't forget to enable symlinks in your Magento installation to enable Composer installation to work. This isn't specific to Addressfinder, but a common "gotcha". You can read more here
3. After installation, you should clear the cache. You can do this within the Magento Admin settings. Click on 'System' in the top menu bar, and 'Cache Management' from the slide down menu. Click 'Flush Magento Cache'
1. Download the latest ZIP from GitHub, then merge the following files/directories into your existing project:
2. After installation, you should clear the cache. You can do this within the Magento Admin settings. Click on 'System' in the top menu bar, and 'Cache Management' for the slide down menu. Click 'Flush Magento Cache'
Enabling and Configuring the widget
Configure the extension within the Magento Admin settings.
1. Click on 'System' in the top menu bar, and 'Configuration' from the slide down menu
2. Addressfinder will be in the left menu bar under 'Services'
3. In the Addressfinder pannel, set 'Enabled' to Yes
6. You can test the extension on the Checkout page of your store, or the Address Book section of your customer account
Before you test, confirm that you have either 'New Zealand' or 'Australia' selected in your country field.
If you want to adjust the default behaviour of the widget you may add additional options. These options should be added inside the 'Widget Options' box on the Addressfinder configuration page. The options should be inside an object and must be in valid JSON format. This section may be excluded for default behaviour. For a full list of possible options visit our Widget Documentation.