[ic] Interchange Strap Store! Bootstrap 3.1.1 ! demo
scaballe at gmail.com
Tue Sep 23 18:56:03 UTC 2014
El 23/09/14 00:05, Greg Hanson ha escrit:
> On 9/22/2014 8:26 AM, S. Caballe wrote:
>> First thanks to perusion.com to share his work.
>> I'm start to playing whit the persusion bootstrap demo store.
>> I see the in admin this new catalog area has fewer options than the
>> old standard catalog, for example the menu editor.
>> Is possible to turn on any of these features in the new catalog setup ??
> Hi Salvador,
> Many of the seldom used, or not entirely reliable "features" from the
> admin were "removed" to allow for a cleaner starting point for your
> average user with this bootstrap template.
> With that said, many of the actual pages and content remains, and can be
> "turned on" simply by adding it back into a menu, or in some cases
> retrieving it from the another location. For example, the menu editor is
> an admin page, and is contained in whatever Interchange version you are
> using at
> <your IC location>/lib/UI/pages/admin/menu_editor.html
> So in some cases it would just be a matter of adding it (the tab or
> link) back onto the menu in admin. We intend at some time to complete
> the effort to get the admin into a modern template like bootstrap as
> well, but were not far enough along to include that with this release.
> Menu editor is a bit of a different deal because we did include a new
> version of the menu tag called "bootmenu.tag" in order to take advantage
> of bootstraps built in menu capacity for displays. The intent was to
> still be able to possibly use, albeit in a more limited fashion,
> existing menus, but at the same time display them using mostly css.
> So, overall, the bootstrap templates were designed first to accommodate
> a quick start for a new modern, clean, simple catalog, and second to
> allow use of existing catalogs with some level of conversion effort.
> As long as you know that most of the old pages that were in Interchange
> admin previously are for the most part still around, with a little
> searching and some minimal admin menu mods, you can get them back. As to
> whether they will still function...... things like menu editor probably
> will, but things like content editor probably won't!
> Good Luck!
Thanks for the information,
anyway currently there are pages (Page edit, Template edit, Component
edit etc..) in the admin area that no longer work in the current
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