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« on: 06/16/04 at 22:19:30 »
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Hi Marty,
   Can you tell me if CPshop has the ability to zoom into a product image with some kind of a "view larger image" link above each design so a customer wouldn't have to dig down to the detail screen? I'm trying to decide between your product and Cafescripts and I know this is a feature that their program has. Thanks.

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« Reply #1 on: 06/18/04 at 12:27:27 »
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I'm sure you can, though it wouldn't be explicitly automated.  Many folks place the design image within the code for a particular store's description to achieve that exact effect.
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« Reply #2 on: 06/18/04 at 14:08:54 »
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Can you explain that in a little more detail? I think I understood what you're saying but I'm not sure. I'm okay with html but a total newbie when it comes to dealing with scripts so alot of how I'll be integrating a script with my web design is still a bit blurry to me. I know I could set up a link to show a larger image, but how would I link it to the image with the "sample" overlay shown on CP? Hope that made sense. Thanks.
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« Reply #3 on: 06/19/04 at 02:44:05 »
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You can display code at the top of any "store" area.  Basically, this allows you to put an image tag displaying the related design, as well as display an associated description.

Another possibility is to use the <[storeid]> tag to display a store-related image within a template.  Something like

<img src="/cpimages/<[storeid]>.jpg">

in a product-page template or thumbnail-page template could take advantage of that feature to just the effect you're looking for.  (cpshop would replace the <[storeid]> tag with the name of the current store ID.)
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