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8 years 2 months ago #4627

Great, can you specify on which pages the add to cart button features? It currently shows under each thumbnail on the category page but if it is clicked it allows a product to be selected but no particular size or colour

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8 years 2 months ago #4629

Go in the menu Display->Content modules and edit your product listing modules. There, make sure that the "add to cart button" option is turned off.

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8 years 2 months ago #4632

Sorted. Ok thats everything for now. Think the new site is ready to go live. Thanks for all your help. Should I have any teething problems, I'll be in touch

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8 years 2 months ago #4986

Hi again!

I am done with the shop now, but I still have one minor issue.

I use the checkbox "Append characteristics value to product name" unchecked, cause it looks like a mess when article name AND product verison shows up after another...so - it looks clean and fine in Firefox, but if I go to Internet Expolorer 8 or so, and click a product o this live page
www.speldosan.se/ , I still get for example:

Article-name article-characteristics-in-a-long-row

I simply want article name to show up when you go for a closeup of that item.

How can I fix this the easiest way?

Thanks!

/Sol


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8 years 2 months ago #4989

Hi,

Could you give a more precise URL ? I tried to display several products on your store and they didn't had characteristics.

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8 years 2 months ago #4990

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8 years 2 months ago #4991

All I see is that you created several products which are all linked to the category Dämpfilt and then you are displaying a listing of those products. You don't have any variants there.
D-MF-14-WH is the name of your product which is why it's displayed in the breadcrumb.

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8 years 2 months ago #4992

You have to click the product to view the details to see the attached extra characteristics, it can not be viewed in the listing of the category view. Do I explain myself bad =/ hehe =)


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8 years 2 months ago #4993

Yes.
That page www.speldosan.se/index.php?option=com_hi...me=dmpfilt&Itemid=15 is a listing of products.

That page www.speldosan.se/index.php?option=com_hi...&category_pathway=19 is a product page. There are no characteristics dropdown on that page, which means that the product doesn't have any characteristics. For example, on that page of our demo website www.demo.hikashop.com/index.php?option=c...ow&Itemid=57&lang=en you can see that the product has one characteristic dropdown where you can select the size of the knife. However, On your product pages I don't see any characteristic dropdown which means that you don't have any characteristics attached to your products.

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8 years 2 months ago #4994

This is how it looks in IE. In firefox it only displays "Musette" without the A-Musette_1

Maybe it has nothing to do with characteristics, but I want it removed, and checking that box made it for Firefox.


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8 years 2 months ago #4995

I see that you have an inline style in the h2 of the product name:

		<h2 style="visibility: visible; ">
			<span id="hikashop_product_name_main" class="hikashop_product_name_main">
				Y-08			</span>
			<span id="hikashop_product_code_main" class="hikashop_product_code_main">
				Y_08_28			</span>
		</h2>
The visibility CSS does not work well in IE and might be why the code of the product is displayed on IE and not on other browsers. I would recommend to remove that inline CSS from that view.

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8 years 2 months ago #4997

I noticed that yes. And I could find the class in frontend.css line 83, but I thought I had to go change the line in the code where this inline is rendered/added for all articles....

.hikashop_product_code_main {
display: none;

Which document would that be? One of the listing_ docs??? I might just be to tired... =)


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8 years 2 months ago #4999

The HTML style="visibility: visible; " isn't in HikaShop by default. Maybe you added it ? It's in the file show of the view product.

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8 years 2 months ago #5044

Well, I did not and that style, but I see it in firebug as well...although in the file "show" for product I can not see that style eighter...can I just /* take away that last code-main span? I do not want the code to be seen...but I need it to be added of cause to the cart so the right version of the product is sold...

<div id="hikashop_product_top_part" class="hikashop_product_top_part">
<h2>
<span id="hikashop_product_name_main" class="hikashop_product_name_main">
<?php
echo $this->element->product_name;
?>
</span>
<span id="hikashop_product_code_main" class="hikashop_product_code_main">
<?php
echo $this->element->product_code;
?>
</span>
</h2>
</div>


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8 years 2 months ago #5046

Yes. You can go in the menu Display->Views, edit the file show of the view product and remove the code:
<span id="hikashop_product_code_main" class="hikashop_product_code_main">
<?php
echo $this->element->product_code;
?>
</span>

That way, the product code won't be displayed.

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8 years 2 months ago #5049

...So, it's fixed, but if I wanna add the product version - for example chosen color white and and have it show up in the view product "cart" document, after the name of the product, what lines do I have to add? Sorry for all these questions, i'm sure I can figure it out I am just used to programming in html/asp/css, teaching php day by day =)


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8 years 2 months ago #5051

You can activate the option "Append characteristics value to product name" that you disabled earlier for that.

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8 years 2 months ago #5052

<th class="hikashop_cart_title">
<?php echo JText::_('CART_PRODUCT_X'); ?>
</th>

X = ?


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8 years 2 months ago #5053

Hehe, okay, I just thought realized that. Thanks, have a lovely day!


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