Exchange Pages Settings

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*WordPress - You can use shortcodes to embed and have max control
 
*WordPress - You can use shortcodes to embed and have max control
 
*Disabled - This would be for pages you don't need to use (ex:  If you're only selling one item, you can disable the Store page)
 
*Disabled - This would be for pages you don't need to use (ex:  If you're only selling one item, you can disable the Store page)
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==Exchange Page Type==
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There's nothing you need to do when using the Exchange Page Type.  All of your pages are created and set up for you.
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==WordPress Page Type==
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With the WordPress Page Type selected, a dropdown menu will appear listing all of your pages. 
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[[File:WordPressPageTypePages.png|WordPressPageTypePages.png|link=]]
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From that dropdown, select the page you'd like to use in place of the Exchange page.
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You'll also see a shortcode beneath the dropdown menu. 
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[[File:WordPressPageTypeShortcode.png|WordPressPageTypeShortcode.png|link=]]
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Copy that shortcode and paste it into the page you've selected from the dropdown menu.
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==Disabled Page Type==
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You'd use the Disabled Page Type when you don't want to use that particular page.  For instance, if you're only selling one item, you may not want to use the Store or the Cart pages.  You can simply disable any pages you don't need or want.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:42, June 6, 2014

The Pages Settings determine the set up of your store and display the current URL for Exchange-related pages, including:

  • Product Base
  • Store Page
  • Customer Registration
  • Account Page
  • Profile Page
  • Customer Downloads
  • Purchases
  • Customer Log In
  • Customer Log Out
  • Purchase Confirmation
  • Customer Shopping Cart
  • Customer Checkout


PagesSettings.png


On this page, you'll determine what type of page it will be, what the page title is and what the slug for that page will be.

There are 3 page types you can chose from:

  • Exchange - This is the default (and recommended) setting
  • WordPress - You can use shortcodes to embed and have max control
  • Disabled - This would be for pages you don't need to use (ex: If you're only selling one item, you can disable the Store page)

Exchange Page Type

There's nothing you need to do when using the Exchange Page Type. All of your pages are created and set up for you.

WordPress Page Type

With the WordPress Page Type selected, a dropdown menu will appear listing all of your pages.


WordPressPageTypePages.png


From that dropdown, select the page you'd like to use in place of the Exchange page.

You'll also see a shortcode beneath the dropdown menu.


WordPressPageTypeShortcode.png


Copy that shortcode and paste it into the page you've selected from the dropdown menu.

Disabled Page Type

You'd use the Disabled Page Type when you don't want to use that particular page. For instance, if you're only selling one item, you may not want to use the Store or the Cart pages. You can simply disable any pages you don't need or want.


See Also

Quick Links

Resources

  • Tutorials - Short video tutorials to help you become an Exchange expert.

Support

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