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  • Search Results
    either of the following search result tables into your custom search table The first option will work best if you are using the search link page template for the link override template you can select this by going to Preferences Search Settings Search Layout and the search product for the product override template If you are creating your own custom templates for the link override template and the product override

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/templates/cookbook/search2-results.shtml (2016-01-08)
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  • Search Advanced Form
    You can include one tag which will display the search field and all the other options that go with it SEARCHRESULT FORM OR you can add in the search form as well as the other options with ShopSite tags and your own code This option will give you more flexibility on how these options are displayed on the search results page div class search term SEARCHRESULT FORM FORM ONLY div

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/templates/cookbook/search3-form.shtml (2016-01-08)
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  • Complete Search Template Example
    IF PAGE DisplayName h1 PAGE Name h1 END IF IF PAGE DisplayGraphic IF PAGE Graphic PAGE Graphic END IF END IF IF PAGE Text1 p PAGE Text1 p END IF IF PAGE Text2 p PAGE Text2 p END IF table border 1 LOOP SEARCH IF SEARCHLINK END IF SEARCHRESULT IF SEARCHLINK END IF END LOOP SEARCH table IF PAGE Text3 p PAGE Text3 p END IF SEARCHRESULT FORM IF PAGE

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/templates/cookbook/search4-complete.shtml (2016-01-08)
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  • Shopping Cart Template Introduction
    as a drop down list or as radio buttons and may choose not to display the ordering instructions box at all Fortunately the custom template tags take care of this for you For example the SC Tax Shipping tag will produce either a drop down list or radio buttons depending on the merchant s choice and you don t have to change anything in your template Likewise the SC OrderingInstructions tag will not produce any output if the merchant has disabled that feature so there is no harm in having it in your template regardless of the merchant s setting Because many of the custom template tags produce formatted output your main focus when creating a shopping cart template will probably be the overall layout To make that easier the HTML output of most custom template tags includes CSS Cascading Style Sheet class attributes The examples show you how to use those attributes to define the look of your shopping cart Shopping Cart Page Shipping Page Confirmation Thank You and E Mail Receipt Required Tags Page Colors Title Header and Footer Product Listing Tax and Shipping Surcharges Totals Coupons Buttons Ordering Instructions Payment Selection Customer Registration Required Tags Page Colors Title Header and Footer Products and Totals Comments Addresses Payment E Mail List Custom Checkout Fields Buttons Required Tags Page Colors Title Header and Footer Order Number Products and Totals Ordering Instructions Comments and E Mail List Addresses Payment Custom Checkout Fields Buttons Next Required SC Tags Check These Out Mobile Commerce Product Reviews Cross Sell UpSell Breadcrumbs Responsive Design Top Template Tips Custom Cart No Template Quick Easy Templates Divided Customer Text Entry Multi Add To Cart Template View All Most Popular Tips Update Your Templates New v12 SP1 Template Tags New v12 Template Tags New v11 SP2 Template

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/templates/examples/cart-00-introduction.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Using the Same Images on Secure and Non-Secure Pages
    your images which appear on those pages On the other pages the shopping cart search results and general store pages you ll want to use the regular image directory The instructions below show you how you can use the same include file such as a header include or footer include on both secure and non secure pages In order to use the sample code listed here you ll need to create a new variable in your custom template On the page product advanced templates and shopping cart page include the following code Make sure the code is inside the define tags VAR Secure no Inside the shopping cart template for Checkout billing shipping Confirmation and Thank You pages include this code Note that you do not include this code on the Shopping Cart page itself You ll set the shopping cart to no VAR Secure yes When including an image you ll then supply the code below This code will call the correct image adjusting the media directory and image name accordingly IF VAR Secure yes IF SC USE SECURITY img src STORE SC Secure Image URL media image jpg ELSE img src STORE Output URL media image jpg END

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/templates/cookbook/cart-secureimages.shtml (2016-01-08)
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  • Add A Date Picker to your ShopSite Checkout Page
    want to include the full secure URL to those files The second option would be to include the code directly in your shopping cart template within the DEFINE SHIPPING section If you would like to use this basic JavaScript date picker example place the code below in the text at the top of the shipping screen text field Step 2 Add Input Field Go to Commerce Setup Order System Checkout and scroll down to the custom checkout fields section Enable one of the checkout fields I will be using field01 for this example enter a title such as Delivery Date and specify that it is a text input field You can also specify whether it is required or not and where the information will appear After you have enabled the custom checkout field you will want to add the code for your input field into one of the text fields on the Checkout screen Replace or add the name of the input field to be the name of the extra field you enabled For example input name field01 type text That should be it Test the field to make sure it works If you would like to use this basic JavaScript date picker example place the code below in the one of the text fields on the checkout screen Select Delivery Date Shopping Cart Screen Option If you have a ShopSite Manager store or if you would like the date picker field to be on the shopping cart screen instead of the checkout screen you can use the ordering instructions field as your date picker field instead of using the custom checkout fields In order to make this change below are the differences when you are using the steps above Make sure you have enabled the ordering instructions field under

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/templates/cookbook/tips-datepicker.shtml (2016-01-08)
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  • ShopSite Upgrading Your Store
    all permissions are correct click Continue Updating If you downloaded any patch files install them now Patches are usually a newer version of a cgi file that was originally installed as part of ShopSite so each patch will have the same name as an existing file on your server Locate the existing file in the ShopSite directories and make a copy of it or back it up to some other location Copy the patch file over the existing file Repeat the last two steps for each patch file that you downloaded If the server is running several copies of the software and sharing CGI s then following this procedure once will upgrade every store If they re not sharing CGI s then you must repeat this procedure for every store Upgrading a ShopSite Mall to a New Version Scripted Install Example ShopSite 10 to ShopSite 12 Follow this procedure if you currently use the scripts provided by ShopSite to install ShopSite stores If you have written your own custom store installation scripts click here for instructions on upgrading those scripts I Download and Unpack the Install Files Back up your ShopSite files before upgrading Use an FTP client to connect to support shopsite com Log in using the username and password that were given to you for downloading the ShopSite software Navigate to the directory for your server platform Get the file shopsite OS zip where OS is the name of your server s operating system such as shopsite linux zip Be sure to use a binary mode transfer If there is a patch directory in the operating system directory cd to it Download all of its contents to the install directory on your server If there are patches you will install them after completing the regular installation Unzip the ShopSite file unzip shopsite solaris sparc zip The file name will vary depending on your server platform II Edit the config mall aa File On the ShopSite server edit the config mall aa file per the instructions in section III A of the ShopSite 12 Scripted Installation Instructions It is strongly recommended that you set BACKUP ON UPDATE to YES to have the upgrade script tar up all ShopSite related directories Should something go wrong you can untar the files to return to the previous version The BACKUP ON UPDATE option can use quite a bit of disk space so make sure you have enough before upgrading The amount of disk space required depends on the number and size of stores in your mall Note Tar on Solaris complains about symbolic links longer than 99 characters and may not include those links in the tar files III Run the Upgrade Script Update your mall with the following command start update mall sc ksh config mall aa If you downloaded any patch files install them now Patches are usually a newer version of a cgi file that was originally installed as part of ShopSite so each patch will have the same

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/upgrading.html (2016-01-08)
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  • ShopSite SC System Requirements
    Stronghold Netscape FastTrack or Enterprise version 3 6 or higher Sun Web Server Windows NT Microsoft Internet Information Server version 4 or higher Note ShopSite only sets up Apache style passwords using htaccess files If you are using a Netscape server you can configure it to use htaccess files by following the instructions at the Netscape site Other Software PERL 5 003 or greater Sendmail on UNIX systems NTFS file

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/4.3/en-US/install/server.configuration.html (2016-01-08)
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