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« on: 03/03/05 at 10:39:21 »
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Is there a way to call up the storeid name and description from Cafepress and have it show in the browser title...Rather than having to make a separate template for each design that has the title. ANy way to automate this process?

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« Reply #1 on: 03/04/05 at 08:32:20 »
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Have you tried using other template tags in your template?
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« Reply #2 on: 07/20/07 at 20:29:34 »
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Is there a tag for "Name" that is set in the admin?  
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« Reply #3 on: 07/20/07 at 22:34:51 »
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Uh, which name?
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« Reply #4 on: 07/20/07 at 22:37:38 »
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Hey Marty,

the "name" box from admin when setting up alias. Just figured out the <[storename]> tag is the title tag for the alias. So problem solved. So using the H1 tag with the storename tag is great to put on the page.

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« Reply #5 on: 07/21/07 at 11:42:06 »
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You have "storeid", "storename", "alias" and "description" tags to use that correspond to those items in admin. However "storename" corresponds to the Name under the Store ID's section, not the Store Name under the Program Options section. And "description" corresponds to Description under the Program Options section, not to be confused with Caption under the Store ID's section. I don't believe "storename" corresponds to alias though.

edit - had my wording backwards for "storename"
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« Reply #6 on: 07/21/07 at 11:45:48 »
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Yes, <[storename]> shows the alias "name".

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« Reply #7 on: 07/21/07 at 12:05:46 »
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I think we're not talking about the same thing.

"storename" displays what's in the text box next to Name under the Store ID's section of admin.

"alias" displays what's in the text box next to Alias under the Store ID's section of admin.
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