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Using <[content]> for CP Graphics
« on: 01/30/04 at 18:25:17 »
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In creating my template I'm using the  <[content]> to pull the content off my CP store.  It's only pulling the text content and not the individual section images I have loaded in over there.  How do I get ALL the content pulled in?  Here is my URL so you can see what I mean.  There should be a graphic above the text *Shop By Design*.

http://www.danceswithscissors.com/scgi-bin/dwsshop.cgi

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« Reply #1 on: 01/30/04 at 18:58:47 »
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Never mind!   LOL    I was advised to clear the cache in my cpShop and the image shows now.  
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« Reply #2 on: 03/18/04 at 20:23:57 »
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I see the thumbs for everything past the main page... not getting images there.
Not sure how...?

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Re: Using <[content]> for CP Graphics
« Reply #3 on: 03/18/04 at 22:38:44 »
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My advice: remove the non-product sections from your th_premium site, and then enter your premium shop ID, without section numbers, directly into cpshop.

That would give you only one entry: th_premium

Then everything becomes automated, and you can manage it all through the CafePress interface.  Mucho conveniente.
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Re: Using <[content]> for CP Graphics
« Reply #4 on: 03/19/04 at 07:29:25 »
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Thanks Marty. I had it the other way cause I thought I read somewhere that's how ya do it... this is better.
I don't especially want to get rid of my non product sections though, is there a way to edit my html somehow to show the puzzle of the week? Like customise on a per section basis? Probly not huh?
I'm weird...

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