In your includes.asp
configuration file you would enter these parameters: CSS layouts for the category, product and detail pages >>
If you want to give titles to the custom fields that will appear on the website product detail page, add the following:
detailcustomlabel1="Custom Title 1 "
detailcustomlabel2="Custom Title 2 "
detailcustomlabel3="Custom Title 3 "
To add the custom field names that will appear in the ECT Product Administration Panel, use:
admincustomlabel1="Custom Title 1 "
admincustomlabel2="Custom Title 2 "
admincustomlabel3="Custom Title 3 "
To set the order in which elements will appear on the website product detail page, in the exact order of your own choosing
, add the following:
detailpagelayout="productimage, productname, navigation, dateadded, sku, instock, manufacturer, manufacturerlink, reviewstarslarge, socialmedia, discounts, listprice, quantitypricing, options, currency, price, quantity, custom1, custom2, custom3, addtocart, description, reviews, previousnext"
You OMIT the elements you do not want.
You juggle the order of the elements any which way you want.
There are also parameters to enter into includes.asp
to set the appearance order of elements on the Category page, Cross Sell Recommended, Related pages, Products pages and Article pages. For example:
categorypagelayout="catimage, catname, discounts, description"
csproductpagelayout="productimage, productname, reviewstars, description, listprice, discounts, price, addtocart"
productpagelayout="productimage, productname, reviewstars, description, listprice, discounts, price, addtocart"
articlepagelayout="productimage, productname, navigation, dateadded, socialmedia, description, previousnext"
The Parameters Help page is perhaps the most important page of all in understanding all of the magic features and configuration options in Ecommerce Templates.