To install Uccelerate first you need to have a working Umbraco and Ucommerce installed. To do this follow instructions on Ucommerce For Umbraco over here. We recommend that you do a local installation from NuGet.
Step 1. Install Uccelerate Package
When installing the package you have the option of installing it with or without the Uccelerate catalog and content. By default, the catalog will be installed, but if you don't want the Uccelerate Ucommerce content and catalog you can simply add the code below before the installation to your web.config's appSetting.
When you have a running Ucommerce installation you can install the package provided to you on the purchase. The installation is a standard Umbraco package installation. Follow the steps below.
Log in to your Umbraco site and go to theDeveloper section.
Click onInstall local
Drag in the Uccelerate package
Installation on Umbraco Cloud
If you intend to host the solution on Umbraco Cloud we recommend that you run the installation locally first and then push it to cloud to insure that all files and changes from the installation is commited to git.
Step 2. License
After installation, you need to install the license provided to you on purchase. You do this the same way you install the ucommerce license. You simply add the Uccelerate.key to your root folder and restart the site.
Step 3. Node structure
Now the following node structure is created
Right-click on the Start node and Publish including subpages.
For multilingual sites, simply copy the root node (Start) and update Settings.
Under Settings -> Shop you also need to point to the corresponding pages for Search Page, Order Confirmed Page, Checkout Page
Approved Color Picker
To change the color pickers to match the site branding go to Developer / Data Types / Color pickers. Remove the last color from UCC - Background - Approved Colorand UCC - Theme - Approved Colorand add the new color.
Uccelerate uses two crops that you need to add to the "Image Cropper" -Data Type. Go to Developer / Data Types and click on Image Cropper, add the following crop sizes: post - 500x500 avatar - 100x100