The Shop Widget controls the shop functionality for the “body” section of the Shop page. It allows for 3 of the 4
shop modes to be configured, in addition to advertisement zones on the page.
Grid and List shop modes can be turned on or off as required (on a public or account user basis), in addition to
the number of items appearing per page being configurable (an optimal number would be 36 products per page).
These modes allow the user a traditional online shop interface, however allow the way products are displayed
to change between in a grid with larger images, to products displayed in rows with smaller images.
The Previous Order Shop Mode does not have pagination (all items are displayed in one page) and allows the
user (account user only) to see a page that only displays products they have ordered in the past, in addition to
showing the last 4 orders in separate columns with item quantities ordered. This mode can be switched to pull
sales history from Sales Orders or Associated Orders.
How does the Shop page product search work?
Inzant utilises a comprehensive Product Search within the Shop Search screen, which is designed to return an inclusive results set, and rank the results according to relevance. The search in the shop searches on the following fields; Name Product ...
Creating a new website Page
Note: To view any of the below walkthrough images in a larger size simply click on them - then click on the cross in the top right corner to close the image window. Creating a new website Page for your site can be easily done by navigating to the ...
Image Size Requirements
Some of the image zones within the site do require a specific image size otherwise they may distort the image when the page renders. For your easy reference please see below a table detailing the image size requirements throughout the site, with ...
Dashboard - Overview
The Dashboard is the default landing page you’ll hit after logging into the Inzant Sales Admin interface. The widgets (zones) on the page are designed to provide insightful, useful information at a glance and are made up from a combination of display ...
There are two main areas within the CMS that hyperlinks can be created; In a specific content zone provided by a widget. In the CK Editor content entry zone. Both zones offer the same 3 basic link types, Internal URLs, External URLs and Mailto ...