In a default Prestashop frontend as catalog, which contains products and product categories. You can customize and use your store in your way by adding products and categories. Prestashop seems to be creative, creating content and giving value to your online shop.\r\nTo add products does not only mean adding an image and some text, and then validating your content. It means knowing your product features price, weight, size, specifications, details, manufacturer, supplier and so much more. You should add the products and categories as per the requirements of customer.\r\nClick on the Frontoffice i.e Catalog. This is where you manage all of your products throughout your PrestaShop site.\r\nThe first page under the "Catalog" tab lists both the homepage's sub-categories, and the products that are featured on the homepage. \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nStep 1: Go to Catalog tab click on it.\r\nStep 2: Under Catalog tab Click on Categories .A new side window displays.\r\nThen click on "+" icon ADD NEW button that appears on right hand side.\r\n\r\nStep 3: Enter the following details to create a new category:\r\n\r\nGive your category a name.\r\nMention whether to display the category or not. Enter the status of category yes or no.\r\nIf you wish to create a subcategory belonging to a category other than the home page,\r\nchoose the category under which it will appear in the drop-down menu of your " Parent Category. " \r\nAdd description for your category.\r\nClick on "Browse" to upload an image from your computer which will represent this category. For thumbnail images you can more files.You can also able to delete an unwanted image and add again the new one.\r\n\r\nMeta Title: Meta title shows title as it will appear on the search engines when a request is made by a customer.\r\nMeta Description: A presentation of your site in just a few lines. This will appear in search results accessed by a customer\r\nMeta Keywords: Keywords that you must define in order to have your site referenced by search engines. You can enter several of them, separated by commas, as well as expressions, which must be indicated in quotation marks.\r\n\r\nGroups access. Restricts select categories and products from different store users. To see these categories, your users must belong to the proper user group. Check out the group functions in the Customers tab for more information.\r\n\r\n\r\nAfter you finished configuring your categories, you can save them either by staying on the same page by clicking on the button" Save, "or saving and coming back to the previous category by clicking on "Save and Back to Parent Category."\r\nNote: Each of the fields has a flag located to its right, indicating that it can be configured in several languages. For more information on this feature, please see the language management feature, in the "Tools" tab.