Resetting a PrestaShop Module

Why would you need to reset a PrestaShop module? Sometimes accidents happen and modules get unhooked from where they are supposed to be or data gets entered incorrectly in them. The easiest way to fix them in some cases is to reset the module. When you reset a module it deletes all of the information associated with the module and reinstalls the module from scratch.

 

To reset a PrestaShop module you will need to go to your modules page in the back office. Once you are there you will need to find the module that is causing the issues. Once you have found the module you can click the menu on the right like the image below and choose the reset option.

 Reset a PrestaShop Module

 

Doing this will reinstall the module. Any data you have entered in the module will be erased and cleared out of the database. Only reset modules if you do not need the data stored in them anymore. 

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