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Awesome — thanks so much!
I’ll do the update and check it out!
I agree that this would be awesome. I use Mailchimp and love it. If you can figure this out please post for others!
Ha — I’m sure I’ll keep them coming!
Thanks so much. I’ll take a look at this tonight and do the upload and see how it goes, but thanks in advance for taking the time to do this.
For what it’s worth I’m really impressed with the support you offer for this plugin! I’ll definitely be spreading the word…
Hey thanks — I’ll give it a try later tonight when I have a bit more time and see how it goes. Good tip.
Yes paypal is good for items that are $100, I agree, but not so much when they are several thousand. We’re selling several limited high-quality goods, so it really doesn’t make much sense for those.
So I’m guessing this isn’t likely to be doable then, that I can somehow keep the “add to cart” button off of those particular goods?
Oh boy — no I’m really not much of a php ninja and like to avoid it since that’s the sort of thing that can really screw up a site if you’re not sure what you’re doing.
How involved would this be, do you think?
One more thing. I was able to enlarge the thumb images on my categories page (I’m using shortcode: [wp_eStore_list_categories_fancy] ) without too much trouble. But then I went to one of my individual product pages which is using the shortcode [wp_eStore_fancy2 id=2] the thumb there was large and grainy. You can see what I mean here:
general categories page: http://www.spinozarods.com/test-page/
specific products page: http://www.spinozarods.com/test-page/bamboo-rods/66-4-hunt-pattern-special/
My question is these two shortcodes — fancy 1 and fancy 2 — seem to be drawing the thumb from the same css. Is there a way around this, so that I can modify the thumb on the general category page without messing up the one on the individual product pages?
I’m going to use some version of the “categories_fancy” shortcode:
Here is the shortcode: [wp_eStore_list_categories count=true]
Here is the page: [http://www.spinozarods.com/test-page/]
Hi — I downloaded and installed the one mentioned on this page, at the third bullet point in the content area: http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/ecommerce/wp-estore-shortcodes-and-functions-reference-460
Is there another more updated version?August 31, 2010 at 4:07 am in reply to: Images Appear Too Big/Small/Stretched on Thesis Theme #19446
Got it to work! Thanks so much.
-JAAugust 30, 2010 at 3:14 am in reply to: Images Appear Too Big/Small/Stretched on Thesis Theme #19444
It’s the “sold out” button on individual products that’s doing it…
Hmmm, just tried them both and neither seemed to work. The first shortcode was the same as the one without “countr=true” in it and the php function left the widget blank…
Maybe i’m screwing something up here? I’ve definitely downloaded and installed the extra shortcodes plugin..August 29, 2010 at 9:15 pm in reply to: Images Appear Too Big/Small/Stretched on Thesis Theme #19442
This didn’t work for me for some reason – it seems the css selection is off.
Does this work for the estore’s default “Add to Cart” buttons too?