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if you are going for a e-commerce website here are some really good themes, plugins, and trickes that you will find really helpfull Themes Sommerce Shop: http://themeforest.net/item/sommerce-shop-a-versatile-ecommerce-theme/542001 Demo: http://www.yithemes.com/live/?theme=sommerce wordpress theme Mojo Theme: ...


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I highly recommend WooCommerce. Those guys are brilliant. It's based off of Jigoshop another great solution. To me, though, WC is one of, if not, the best solutions for WP e-commerce. Great support. Great themes. Uber easy to integrate with a custom theme as well.


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W3 Total Cache is a very advanced plugin that has built in ways to handle almost any situation. To exclude a page from being cached use one of the following commands below: define('DONOTCACHEPAGE', true); Disables page caching for a given page. define('DONOTCACHEDB', true); Disables database caching for given page. define('DONOTMINIFY', true); Disables ...


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WP e-Commerce is probably the best you are going to get while still keeping within the confines of WordPress. Keep in mind WordPress was designed originally for blogging, but it has expanded to do so much more. For a really big store it is probably a good idea to go to dedicated store software like Magento or OS Commerce. If you want to start out with WP ...


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I hope this isn't too late.. I was also looking for this a bit back and found the following on the internet, can't remember where... I have purchased the gold cart option, but I'm not sure if it's a prereq for this to work.. in your theme header file, add the following: <script type="text/javascript"> jQuery(document).ready(function($){ ...


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The filter exists to avoid the need for replacements in the plugin code. What you probably need is: add_filter( 'wpsc_purchase_logs_cap', 'wpse_72095_admin_to_editor' ); function wpse_72095_admin_to_editor() { return 'edit_others_posts'; } This will change the capability/role to editor.


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WP E-commerce uses WordPress post objects to store products, so you don't need any special functions or callbacks. query_posts will support everything you need, you can learn about the details of how everything is set up by reading about their database schema. Specifically, the SKU is in the wp_postmeta table with a meta_key of _wpsc_sku.


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I agree with Goran on editing the core files. It should not be done. But, if a user has dimensions in the name of the image, they will also be replaced and the image won't display with this regular expression. Instead, you can create a new function in your theme's functions.php file. Something like this: function wpsc_cart_item_image2( $width = 95, $height ...


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You Should look at dukapress it a fairly new E-Commerce plugin but its loaded with features and it uses Custom post types. and as for the relation part, i had that same challenge as your are having in developing a site for one of my customers, i needed to relate a CPT (custom post type) named "Question" to Groups of CTP named "Answer" so i could display ...


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There are currently two copies of jQuery loaded on site: In header there is jQuery bundled with WordPress, likely requested by some plugin. In footer there is jQuery from Google CDN, likely added by your code? Obviously this is one too many. There are couple of ways to handle it: If you are fine with using bundled copy you need to register/enqueue your ...


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Questions like this is are not really suitable for WPSE because they attract a lot of subjective, open ended opinion, for which there is often no right answer. Let me give you a real world example. I have used several WordPress E-commerce plugins, both free and premium types, I've also created my own custom solutions in certain cases too. However I often ...


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I suggest you not to hack core files because of updates. Rather transfer WPEC files to your theme folder and then in wpsc-shopping_cart_page.php file add following above image call <?php $imgurl = wpsc_cart_item_image(); $image = preg_replace('&(-[0-9]{1,4}x[0-9]{1,4})&is', '', $imgurl); ?> then call original image with <?php echo $image; ...


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Look under Dashboard > Store Sales


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I use this for tag display on an archive page. its a ul, with each tag in an li. You'll see that 21 in the code. That is for only displaying tags with more than 21 posts assigned. You can change that number as you like.... If you have a lot of tags, it helps keep the riff raff out <h6><?php _e( 'Popular Tags', 'voodoo_lion' ); ...


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When i first used it I followed the tuts up ate YouTube, here are a few good ones that I have bookmarked: Installing and Setting up WP-eCommerce WordPress Plugin - Pt: 1 Installing and Setting up WP-eCommerce WordPress Plugin - Pt: 2 profile with helpful videos


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wpsc_the_product_title is just a wrapper for get_the_title, and it doesn't take any arguments. Call setup_postdata( $item['prodid'] ) at the start of your foreach loop, and then the function should perform as expected.


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Looking for a solution for the same problem, I came across this: add_filter( 'nav_menu_css_class', 'add_parent_url_menu_class', 10, 2 ); function add_parent_url_menu_class( $classes = array(), $item = false ) { // Get current URL $current_url = current_url(); // Get homepage URL $homepage_url = trailingslashit( get_bloginfo( 'url' ) ); ...


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You can handle this much more simply with CSS and a print stylesheet. Just add display:none within that stylesheet for all elements you don't want visible in the print version.


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Use the "Test Gateway" option under the Payment tab in Store Settings, you can then enter a display name of "Cash on Delivery", and add any other instructions in there.


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Of course it is worth looking at Jigoshop themes. Next there are WooCommerce themes based on WooCommerce plugin which is quiet derived from Jigoshop plugin (I would give a try to Sommerce Shop theme too). All in all my favorite plugin is still WP e-Commerce plugin and its system of templates. I used one great theme with lot of functionality based on this ...


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credit card info is not stored anywhere, it's transmitted securely to the payment processor and then forgotten. storing cc info introduces a host of potential security issues and requires you be PCI compliant for storing sensitive info.


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WordPress uses a template system- content is stored in a database and gets inserted into a template when a page is served, so pages and products don't exist as separate, physical things. To edit the templates Wp E-Commerce uses, go to Settings > Store and click on the presentation tab. There will be an advanced Theme Settings box which will allow you to ...


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Query the table wp_wpsc_purchase_logs, it contains all information about previous purchases. add this to your themes functions.php: /********************************************************* Get purchased articles by user_id or for the current user *********************************************************/ function ...


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I guess you've echoed the result of shortcode callback function rather than returning them. Please check here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Shortcode_API Shortcodes are written by providing a handler function. Shortcode handlers are broadly similar to WordPress filters: they accept parameters (attributes) and return a result (the shortcode output). ...


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On its own WordPress does not handle e-commerce, you need a third-party e-commerce plugin. There are a number out there, each with their own feature set- woocommerce wp e-commerce eshop ecwid shopp jigoshop cart66


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Have you tried to flush the theme cache? Found at Settings > Store > Presentation in the right column at the bottom.


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I was unable to get the proposed solution to work (maybe doesn't work with the latest). There is a plugin called SP WPEC Variation Image Swap . It works well with WP E Commerce 3.8.7.6.2 (but not 3.8.8 beta). Note: to set the variation pics, edit the main product and once you make variation/sets available by checking them and hitting the update button, you ...


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Try this - http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/one-quick-post/


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here is the solution i find myself with just 4 easy step 1. go to wp ecommerce plugin folder 2. find cart.class.php file 3. find wpsc_cart_item_image function 4. change $width and $height accordingly



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