How to add Indian rupee symbol in Prestashop?

Add and Indian rupee symbol in Prestashop.

Eric Lloyd Asked on November 12, 2015 in Prestashop.
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Adding the Indian currency symbol to Prestashop could be easily achieved either via adding custom CSS or Javascript to your application.

If you may want to add the Indian rupee symbol via the Javascript method, you should add the following code to your website’s footer file:


<script src="http://cdn.webrupee.com/js" type="text/javascript"></script>

In order to add the Indian rupee symbol by using the CSS method, please add the code below to your website’s <HEAD> area:


<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://cdn.webrupee.com/font">

An alternative way to add the Indian rupee symbol to your Prestashop application is to edit your website’s database file, where you should search for the “_currency” table. In the same table change the value of “sign”
field to the following:


&#2352

If you have any font which supports the Unicode standard, you could add the Indian currency symbol by navigating to your Prestashop administrative area > Payment > Currencies, edit your currency and use the following Unicode value by holding the “Ctrl” + “Shift” keys:


u20b9

Christian Smith Answered on November 12, 2015.
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