ProStores Version 10.3 Features Announced

ProStores has released the details of the features that will be added in the next version of ProStores. The new version will be 10.3. You can read more about it at Prostores Discussion Board.
Highlights include that they are bringing the Source Editor back for the StoreFront, Product List and Product Details page templates. Also, they are going to make it easier to add links to your Facebook and Twitter accounts as well as the Share widget to your site. It wasn’t too hard to add these widgets before, but the new version should make it even easier! We all know that social media needs to be an integral part of your marketing plan, so if you haven’t already added these components to your site, plan to use the new tools that the next version will include.
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