Preview is totally different
I changed the navigation bar to Beta Pro.
As far as I can tell, the nav bar is the only item of Beta Pro in use.
All the background colors, etc have been changed.
The cart looks as intended in Shopping Cart Designer Pro.
I save it and open SC Creator. I preview the shop there and it looks totally different.
What am I doing wrong?
Please see the attachment in this post and the following that show the difference. The green is as intended, the blue is what shows up.
In the Designer, did you Export your customized theme to Shopping Cart?
Right now I'm trying to figure out if it is exporting to the place I want it to go. Doesn't seem like you have any options and the folder it is exporting to is going to the mac documents folder, rather than my windows 7 documents. I open it from the windows partition, but then it is saving it to the mac partition. I think this is the problem.
Rats . . .
Maybe someone else around here knows how to deal with the partitions situation... HELLO?
Got to catch someone's attention quick before the egg hunt begins
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.
Here's my S-Drive site with
examples of what can be accomplished in VSD.
Here's my CoffeeCup SCCP Shop with examples of what can be done.
This is a site I built for use in my job.
"...because every woman deserves her krown of glory..."
This isn't a possibility at this time. I and I'm sure many others, are hoping that this is something that will be possible in a future update, but the best way to be sure you get what you want (or at least what you want is known to the devs) is to post it in the suggestions thread of the program you're wanting to have things added to. Right now though, the only pages that will show up are Home, Shop Home, Categories and View Cart. Home only shows up if you have it linked to an external home page. All the rest of the pages will show up under the Home or Shop Home button on the menu as a drop down.
Please do make the suggestion, it's definitely something many have commented on over the years.
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