When you post questions on the forums it would help a great deal if you posted as much information as possible about your problem. There are a lot of people who are willing to help resolve issues, but you are more likely to get an answer if your post includes as much information as you can provide.
Some important bits of information may include:
- nopCommerce version you are using - different versions of nopCommerce have different ways of doing things and how you fix something in 1.90 may be completely different than how you would fix it in 1.60
- where you installed your nopCommerce - local or a remote host. It may also help to know what host - different hosts allow different things with their hosting packages, such as medium and full trust.
- what you were doing when you encountered your problem and how you have your settings set up. If someone can recreate your issue then maybe they can help you solve it.
- the offending lines of code where the issue may be. It is not always possible to find the exact lines of code that are causing an error, but if you can at least try to narrow it down to a file or section it would help.
- any error messages that you receive. The whole error message.
- what you are trying to accomplish. If you are trying to make nopCommerce do something that isn't necessarily in its design, it would help to know exactly what you are trying to make it do.
- do not duplicate questions
- do not bump your posts.
- do not self-promote or post offers or advertisements.
When it comes to asking for help, too much information is better than too little.