Some shameless self-promotion that I don’t normally do but if you take a look at my latest themes (Clothes, Furniture and Jewelry) all offer the type of product personalization you mention aboveTo do this kind of customisation, are you editing the core WP e-Commerce files or doing everything within the theme?
Everything is done within the theme.
I am hoping I am making sense here?
Could you perhaps, if possible, tell us what groups of options would you normally allow your clients to edit and which ones not?
I don’t know if generalizing theme options works here because these things change from theme to theme so feel free to leave my question unaswered
Some shameless self-promotion that I don’t normally do but if you take a look at my latest themes (Clothes, Furniture and Jewelry) all offer the type of product personalization you mention above
This is an interesting suggestion that I don’t mind looking into.
Try forming your query differently like so:
global $query_string; $arg = 'enter your parameters here' $posts = query_posts($query_string . '&'.$arg); while (have_posts()) : the_post(); //output endwhile;
I have found that this always preserves the pagination.
Hope it helps
P.S This is found here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/query_posts#Usage_Note
Nice to meet you Mark, and welcome!
Make sure that your checkbox code keeps the checked value like so:
<input class="checkbox" type="checkbox" <?php checked( (bool) $instance['your_value'], true ); ?> id="<?php echo $this?>get_field_id( 'your_value' ); ?>" name="<?php echo $this?>get_field_name( 'your_value' ); ?>" />
Awesome! Thanks for the reply.
I was actually going that direction… but my only question is if that method would get screwy if it were used in a theme where the user is using different permalink structures?
hmm, now that you mention it… On the other hand why would you want a non-SEO friendly permalink?