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Posted - January 09 2012 :  07:08:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

I understand what you want to do, but it is far more complicated than a redirect for hidden products. At the moment I do not have enough time to look into it and I think it might be beyond my capabilities anyway.

Sorry I can't be of more help.

Kindest regards,

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Posted - January 10 2012 :  00:46:28  Show Profile  Visit borisvel's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi Carrol,

many thanks for your help.

Kind regards, Boris

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Posted - January 16 2012 :  08:09:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
From experience don't redirect. Have a landing page which explains that you are out of stock or if the itemis discontinued.

This is quite easy to do, but does take a bit of legwork first.

First create new expanded view product tempates which do not have the buy button include and name them the same as the original but with a generic name at the start. For instance if you have tmp_product.html and tmp_product1.html you could have tmp_tmp_product.html and tmp_tmp_product1.html.

Then in shopexd locate the GetTemplate sub. Directly before the End Sub add in:

if tmpRS("hide")<>False then
template="tmp_" & template
end if

This then causes the product to use your new template of the item is hidden.

Works well and is fairly easy to do.

Hope this helps everyone.

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Posted - February 28 2012 :  14:05:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Just saw this thread and it relates closely to what I am after...I don't want to give up that hard earned search standing on a recently discontinued item. That traffic is great to educate a customer and sell them something current.

I just posted over in the SEO forum as well...are any of you using the VPASP SEO Pack? I just noticed all of my hidden products are going straight to 404 errors now.
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