Seperate descriptions for catalog page and product page

I was using the martfury theme for my site before and they had separate fields for the shop page description and product page description. I’ve since changed themes and it only shows a section for short product description. Could somebody please tell me how martfury was able to implement this? I’ve attached a screenshot to show what I mean. Thanks so much!

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Showing out of stock WooCommerce products with ‘out of stock’ hidden on the catalog

Is there a method to show out of stock WooCommerce products with a shortcode when you have out of stock items ‘hidden’ on the catalog?

The below snippet works nicely as a shortcode to show out of stock items (credit: BusinessBloomer) but only when the out of stock items are VISIBLE on the catalog setting is on. I want to hide out of stock on the archives/shop, but add them to some blog posts via shortcode.

add_shortcode( 'out_of_stock_products', 'bbloomer_out_of_stock_products_shortcode' );  function bbloomer_out_of_stock_products_shortcode() {     $  args = array(       'post_type' => 'product',       'posts_per_page' => -1,       'post_status' => 'publish',       'meta_query' => array(          array(             'key' => '_stock_status',             'value' => 'outofstock',          )       ),       'fields' => 'ids',    );     $  product_ids = get_posts( $  args );     $  product_ids = implode( ",", $  product_ids );     return do_shortcode("[products ids='$  product_ids']");  }

WordPress – Flatsome – Woocommerce – Display in stock size on catalog product image

I’ve developped my ecommerce website using flatsome and woocommerce, i’m very happy with the theme but I don’t know how to add my variant (size) on the image of the product catalog.

For exemple : enter image description here

I’ve found a way to display the variant below the product title like this : Display WooCommerce only in stock sizes product attribute on shop page

But not on the image itself.

Any suggestion on how to do this ?

Many thanks, Guillaume

String from data catalog or not

BinTree = ’(’ + ( [ Number | Child + 0{’,’ + Child}4 ] ) + ’)’

Child = Number + ’:’ + BinTree

Number = DigitNonZero + {Digit}

Digit = [ 0 | DigitNonZero ]

DigitNonZero = [ 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 ]

a) ()

b) (1:(2:(2))3:(5:(6))7:())

c) (1:(0),4:())

d) (4)

e) (1:(1:(1),2:()),2:(),3:(3),4:(4:(),6:(3)),8:(),10:())

f) (7:(1),5:(4),78:(),3:(3:(4855)))

I have to find and explain for each language if it is produced by the data catalog starting from BinTree

First off 0 and 4 are just for the loop from 0 to 4 and no actual symbols right?

Product catalog product images mobile

On a desktop view in the catalog there is a function that start to scroll the images of a product when you hover over them with the mouse which works perfectly fine.

But in mobile we do not have the hoover function which means that the image scrolling is not used at all. I have not been able to find any examples of shops that do this but it feels like untapped potential.

Tapping a product image opens the pdp but long press etc have been considered.

A technical limitation we have is that only the first image is loaded from the start and during the mouse enter event we load the rest of the images and start scrolling so we do not know in before hand how many images might be available.

Or would this be a bad practice all together?

Apps loaded in App Catalog do not have the correct App Version or Product ID

I’m working with a client who just set up a new SharePoint 2016 site on their server. They created an App Catalog but when I load in a custom SharePoint App, the App Catalog doesn’t read in the version from the AppManifest.XML and sets the version to 1.0.0.0 nor is the app assigned a Product ID – the Product ID is left blank.

The same App is uploaded with the correct metadata on other sites.

Is there something that needs to be configured so the App Catalog library behaves like an App Catalog?

Thanks in advance

Translating print product catalog (with 5000 products) to digital with good UX: how?

I’m currently working at a large B2B company which operates in a very traditional market (ordering happens mainly by phone, e-mail and even fax).

Since many years we are using a product catalog (print) with over 5000 products in it, but since it costs a lot of money to print and send it to our customers, we slowly want to move to digital.

The big question is: how can we translate this print manual to a digital version?

There are many PDF e-publishing tools, but that doesn’t really work with a 500 page catalog.

There are some examples like IKEA (where you can browse through pages online and download a pdf version): https://onlinecatalogue.ikea.com/PT/en/IKEA_Catalogue/#/pages/1

What are best practices here? What is the purpose of an online version? For reading? For buying (should we link products to a webshop)?

Another question: could a digital product catalog replace a printed version when customers are still ordering by phone / e-mail?

Many thanks in advance, looking forward to your reply.

SharePoint 2019 – App Catalog with SSL – 500 Error

I have a SP2019 web application at https://sp.test.int I need to add an app catalog.

First, I went into Central Admin –> Apps and configured the web app URLs as follows:

App domain: apps.test.int
Prefix: app

Next, I created a subdomain in DNS for apps.test.int with a wildcard A record * pointing to the SharePoint server IP. (These sites use Kerberos so, no CNAMES).

After the DNS was complete, created a wildcard SSL cert, *.apps.test.int from my PKI.

After all that it’s time to modify the IIS bindings for sp.test.int.

  • Binding 1: HTTPS with an SNI of sp.test.int and an SSL cert: sp.test.int
  • Binding 2: HTTPS with no SNI and the SSL Cert of *.apps.test.int

Binding 1 will respond for calls made directly to sp.test.int and Binding 2 will respond to everything else like app-akfj49374.apps.test.int.

So far so good. I’ve setup SharePoint 2013 a dozen times with this exact configuration and it has always worked just fine.

Now, along comes SP2019… This configuration refuses to work. When I add a app to a page, the server responds with a 500 Error, System.ServiceModel.ServiceActivationException when calling /_vti_bin/client.svc

From what the Googles has found, this is an issue caused by a configuration issue when multiple bindings exist on the same IIS listener. One reference suggested to adding an entry in the ISAPI web.config file to allow multiple bindings. Not really my favorite solution as the config files can get refreshed during updates.

My solution was to extend the https://sp.test.int web application to https://apps.test.int. I could have called it anything but I chose https://apps.test.int in hopes of recognizing it in IIS later on as something I should not delete…

Next, remove binding #2 from the first IIS site and configure the same binding to the new IIS site: HTTPS, no SNI and the certificate *.apps.test.int.

The good news, it works great!

The bad news, what if I have a second web application in need of a app catalog? Do I fall back to the old days of adding IP addresses for each web application? Ugh…

My question: Has anyone else experienced these issues or is it just my environment? The use of multiple binding for the IIS site has worked fine until now.

Is this another new ‘feature’ or is it a bug?