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Posted - January 14 2013 :  19:27:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

Edited by - dukedinger on April 22 2018 08:20:04


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Posted - January 14 2013 :  23:34:56  Show Profile  Visit support's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi there,

You can actually create a completely custom layout and just add in the VPASP tags.

In our Design Guide are instructions on how to do this.

In chapter 2.2 Code Snippets / Tags to Customize Your Site are detials on how to use these tags.


For example allows you to add the mini cart.

If you use this method you can still use the Layout Manager to edit containers as well that you set so once the page is built editing can be done through the browser dashboard.

Thank you.

Cam Flanigan
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Posted - January 16 2013 :  20:28:45  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks for your response cam.

In terms of controlling the style of the called code snippets, for example, <%navigateFeaturedProducts%>, the tag obviously brings in images, titles, descriptions, etc. into the page, where they are classed for css styling.

If I'm using the using the layout manager, then presumably I'm editing css from one of the templates?
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