December 2, 2013 at 8:58 pm #195474
The first question is really all to do with wooCommerce, but asking here as using the flashlight theme, and thought some of you guys may of come across this already.
As my site is being set up for photos and selling them I could really do with being able to set up pricing profiles. And then attach images to them.
The way i see you have to do things at the moment is set up attributes and assign these to each image individually and set prices as you go along. Anyone who has done this will know this is a really long winded and tedious process. One I’m hoping I may not need to do.
What I would like to be able to do is set up pricing profiles. I suppose like having your attributes with all the variables and prices. But only doing it once. It would then need to allow these set up price profiles to be attached to an image or bulk images, saving the need to setup up all variables and prices for each and every image.
Im not sure if this is something that can be done or exists as a plugin. As an idea what I mean, there is a ecommerce site that allows you to set up your own website called photo deck (similar to the likes of smug mug etc, but a lot better).
This would work great with any item where you have similar things that use the same pricing profiles
My other question which is completely flashlight related and much shorter is as follows .
I have set up my main portfolio page so that there are subcategories you click on to take you to the different galleries. Landscapes, portraits, wildlife for example. This I did through the portfolio menu options. What I would like to do is make it look a bit nicer as it looks a little dull. I was wondering if there was a way to allow it to use the flexible gallery look instead.
Here is how it looks so at the moment
Well I hope you are able to help with this queries in some way.
Many thanksDecember 3, 2013 at 11:55 am #195719
1) I’m not aware of an extension which adds this feature (pricing profiles) to WooCommerce but you can try to suggest the idea here: http://ideas.woothemes.com/forums/133476-woocommerce and maybe an extension developer will look into it.
2) No, the masonry layout (aka flexible gallery) is not supported by the shop templates. Even our latest theme Enfold which supports a masonry gallery for products ( http://www.kriesi.at/themes/enfold/shop/masonry-shop/ ) does not allow you to use the flexible grid on standard shop or product archive pages. The reason is that it would require major code adjustments to the shop template files and this often causes incompatibility issues with third party shop extensions which we want to avoid.
PeterDecember 3, 2013 at 8:45 pm #195881
Thanks for the reply. I will post over on there regarding WooCommerce.
The masonry layout I meant for the portfolio section of the site, not the shop section. Will it work for this part of the site?
ThanksDecember 4, 2013 at 9:15 am #196006
Yes, the masonry layout is available for portfolio items. The portfolio archive page itself (page which lists all portfolio items) does not support the masonry layout but all single entries support the layout. You just need to select the “Flexible grid” option on the portfolio entry editor page: http://www.clipular.com/c/6457338340835328.png?k=l56pXP296tdV0HoPhPG6ulXYeCU
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