Tag Archives: page

Add Wishlist Feature


Wishlist is a web-based feature which allows registered users to add their favourite shop products into wish list.

 

- to use wishlist, add following macros (on categories/product detail page):

  1. %WISHLIST_LINK% macro, add this anywhere in categories page. User can access his wishlist through this link (when logged and wishlist is not empty).
  2. <ADD_TO_WISHLIST><a class="e_button" href="%URL%">add to wishlist</a></ADD_TO_WISHLIST>
     add this macro insde product body. With this macro user can add products to wishlist. When wishlist is not empty, macro is replaced with message : "You and 2 more customers added to wishlist" or replaced with wishlist link if user is the only one who have same product in his wishlist.
  3. (optional) <REMOVE_FROM_WISHLIST><a class="rvts4" href="%URL%">x</a></REMOVE_FROM_WISHLIST>
     this macro is visible only in wishlist page and is used to remove products from wishlist

 

 


Print  posted by nikolay   Shop/lister tags:  • wishlist • shop page   permalink
2.3 3

Multi-user page content


Have You ever needed a place, where every site user has it's own content, and You don't need to make hundreds of pages to achieve that?
In that case all You need is an Online Editable Page. Something pretty familiar if You've used the program for enought time. But how to make users able to use it for their own purposes?

Here is the preparation process:

  1. Add an Online Editable Page
  2. In Online Editable Page Settings (tab) check "User-Dependent Content". 
  3. If you wish, You can check the other two options as well.
  4. Add from macros EDITABLE AREA. It's the key (and main page tool) for entire idea to work.
  5. You can use the macros to put some extra info, like the USERS macro that will allow all user pages to be accessible.
  6. Again optional - you can protect the page so users see only their own page and content (in this case the USERS macro won't work).
  7. Once the Online Editable Page is prepared, go online and log in as Admin. 
  8. Give the users you want to be able to edit their own pages "Edit" access to this page
  9. Enjoy (maybe better test before that to be sure You indeed will enjoy).

 

 Some extra info about the admin:

  • As admin you can edit other users editable areas. Just log in to the page and select the user. Page content will change to selected user's one.
  • Default (all users) option will change to all users, that haven't changed their content to something else, but use the common one. For the other users changes has to be done per user.

Print  posted by atanas   General tags:  • editable page • multiple • content • users   permalink
4 2

Multibox for images added in the online text editor


When you add posts in Blog or products in the Shop, you add images in the online editor.

In some cases you may need to apply multibox effect to these images.

 

Here are the steps to achieve this:

 

A.) if you are using Innova Editor:

  1. Insert an image
  2. Select the image (added in step 1) in the editor
  3. Click on Styles button to open style sidebar
  4. Apply style: multibox
  5. Set the image as hyperlink and link it to some other image (image you want to display with multibox effect)
    styles

B.) if you are using Tiny_mce Editor:

  1. Insert an image
  2. In image properties dialog, select "appearance" tab and select class "multibox"
  3. Set the image as hyperlink and link it to some other image (image you want to display with multibox effect)

 

This is applicable to Blog, Podcast, Shop, catalog and Online Editable page (not to normal pages with editable macros)


Print  posted by miro   General tags:  • blog • shop • multibox • editable page   permalink
4 3

Toggle on/off normal pages in mobile view


To toggle ON or OFF the normal pages view from mobile page (when mobile devide is used), use these:

 

  1. To turn normal (full) page ON: add ?fullview (or &fullview, if not only parameter) in the URL of the activating link


  2. To turn mobile (small) page back ON (full page OFF): add ?mobileview (or &mobileview, if not only parameter) in the URL of the activating link

 

NOTE: This works ONLY when pages are accessed via mobile device. For non-mobile devices it will simply ignore the extra parameter.

 

NOTE2: For HTML pages, when relative path is used, adding ?fullview only as a relative URL is not enough. page.html?fullview should be used instead!. Also with html pages normal page has to be called, as mobile pages don't have mobile/normal detection.


Print  posted by atanas   Mobile tags:  • mobile • page • view   permalink
4 1


[home] 1-4 of 4


CATEGORIES



TAGS


RECENT ENTRIES