Add YouTube Video to Your PrestaShop Store Using the AddStuff Module

by Curt Donohue on February 14, 2011

This tutorial will teach you how to add a YouTube video to your PrestaShop Store using the free AddStuff module.  First things first – thanks to for providing this awesomely simple tool.  I’ve already had tons of fun playing around with AddStuff by integrating an Aweber e-mail subscription form and, now, a YouTube video.  With this module, you are only limited by the 191 pixel width restriction of the left and right columns and your imagination.

Stuff You Will Need

In order to follow along with the video tutorials below, I recommend that you have the following tools:

What are You Going to Learn?

In the videos that follow you will learn the following skills:

Part 1

Part 2


I hope your found this tutorial helpful.  I’m really excited to complete the tutorial for integrating Aweber, and potentially other e-mail autoresponders, into the AddStuff module.  Keep an eye for it!


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Riese January 15, 2013 at 1:41 pm

Great module and another great tutorial! Thanks Curt!

Claudio italy December 30, 2012 at 5:14 pm

Thank you for the video…
now i ‘ve my video in home page but i did shortcut
thank you from rome Italy

nicolas October 18, 2012 at 3:58 am

Thank you for your video i success to fix my video
Great video !

jhuna February 1, 2012 at 9:21 am

Hi Curt,

This is a very nice module. I’ve been looking for this for days already! 🙂 Anyway, How do I add CSS in the module. I’m a newbie in editing, adding css in modules. Please help!

Alex January 14, 2012 at 1:55 am

Hi Curt,

Many thanks for the demo and it is very thorough and I had my video up within minutes. Thank you for this.

One thing I like to ask is when the video finished playing, it did not goes back to the original root of that video instead continuing shows other related video defaulted on screen. Now how possible that I could stop that enable me to just show 1 video only?

I also look forward to hear about the addstuff1, 2 and so on.

Thanks in-advanced

Curt Donohue January 16, 2012 at 10:10 pm


I don’t know that answer to that off the top of my head, but I would think that it is possible. I’ll need to do a bit of research and my schedule is pretty busy this week. Have you tried Googling this questions yet? If you happen to find the answer before I can respond, please post your findings here.


Alex January 17, 2012 at 1:06 am

Hi Curt,

Thank you for your time to find the solution, I must make an apologize that I should have posted this message sooner since I have also found the solution where youtube have an option tick box there to stop that happening.


Curt Donohue January 17, 2012 at 5:40 am

No problem. I’m glad it worked out for you.

Curt Donohue January 16, 2012 at 10:15 pm


The solution might be easier than I thought. I just Googled “how do I stop a youtube video from showing related content when it ends.”

The first result is this: This may be exactly what you were looking for. If not, it should at least solve part of your issue.

There are many other results that came up when I Googled “how do I stop a youtube video from showing related content when it ends.” So, check them out and let me know if that helps.


Nielsen April 30, 2011 at 4:39 pm

I want to install the addstuff module twice – is that possible?

When i install it the second time, it just over write the first module.

Curt Donohue April 30, 2011 at 5:07 pm

Yes, you are right that hooking the AddStuff module into more than one location will just display the same thing in both locations, or, it overwrites the first module if you only have it in one location.

I haven’t taken the time, yet, to figure out what a person needs to do to make more than one AddStuff module available. But, I would think it would be pretty easy to make a copy of the AddStuff module (all the files) then change the right code to allow for an AddSuff1, AddStuff2, AddStuff3, etc.

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