Last Updated on Thursday, 18 April 2013 02:34 Written by Richi González Friday, 19 April 2013 12:00
Like I wrote in a previous article, How to Check if a User is Logged in When Uploading Videos in Clip-Bucket v2, I further saw that the Upload tab from the top navigation bar was still there, in some custom templates, even when users where not logged in, therefore I decided to write this article to show you how to add a check to see if the user is logged in, if not, don’t show the tab, otherwise, show it. Note, if you are using CB template cbv2new, you don’t need to add this modifications.Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 31 March 2013 04:33 Written by Teet Bergmann Tuesday, 2 April 2013 12:00
1. In your Navigation.ss file add following code (navigation file must be in folder themes/yourtheme-name/templates/Includes):Learn More
Last Updated on Friday, 3 August 2012 09:33 Written by Carole Bennett Saturday, 28 July 2012 12:00
Read Part 1 here!
The menu really is the backbone of any website; when it comes to one that processes online transactions, even more so. Keeping a clean and consistent navigation ensures that the user will be able to find the product they want to purchase, pay for it, and keep track of their purchases, and thereby enabling repeat business as well. Each retailer has their own specific needs and concerns, so of course menus will differ. Let’s take a look under the hood of nopCommerce, and see how we can adapt the menu for our customers.
What’s already built-inLearn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 7 July 2012 02:02 Written by Mscott Monday, 9 July 2012 12:00
Hello and welcome! In today’s article, we will discuss how to edit the navigation menu on your Dolphin 7 website.
To access the navigation menu builder, simply log into your Dolphin admin and select “Navigation Menu” under the “Builders” sub-menu on the left.
Now you will notice you can drag and drop any field from the “Active Items” to the “Inactive Blocks” section and vice versa.Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 January 2012 09:02 Written by Carole Bennett Wednesday, 1 February 2012 12:00
There are times you’ll want to be able to create “logical navigation” for your website; that is to say, a top-level navigation element that helps to group a number of sub-elements. For instance, you may have a top-level navigation labeled “Product Categories”, with sub-level items for each item category you carry. In many cases, it’s redundant and unnecessary to create an actual page for your top-level navigation that contains content. In mojoPortal, there’s an easy way to create your top-level logical navigation.
Here are the steps required to enable your logical navigation in mojoPortal:
1) Open the folder for the skin you intend to use for your mojoPortal instance.Learn More
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