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#11 2020-07-13 06:47:30

colak
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Re: Plugin platform: e-commerce

Bloke wrote #324468:

Longer term we might offer the feature in core.

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#12 2020-07-13 11:05:48

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Re: Plugin platform: e-commerce

zenman wrote #324466:

Very good idea!

Let’s say a site has about, blog, contact articles, the site administrator or publisher does not need to see an empty custom field “price” when editing article from blog section. In theory, would it be possible to hide size, price, colour custom fields in sections other than shop section?

I use the plugin bot_wtc to hide elements in the Write tab, based on the section in which to post. Or isn’t this what you meant?


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#13 2020-07-13 11:14:37

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Re: Plugin platform: e-commerce

TNT wrote #324476:

I use the plugin bot_wtc to hide elements in the Write tab, based on the section in which to post.

Yes, this is exactly what we’re talking about. bot_wtc does a fine job. This is just taking that idea out to unlimited custom fields and groups.


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#14 2020-07-13 13:48:24

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Re: Plugin platform: e-commerce

re: functionality

Would a save for later function be within the scope of what you are thinking? (In particular if you have a rudimentary customer account?)

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#15 2020-09-08 03:50:11

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Re: Plugin platform: e-commerce

Just found this thread and it sounds like this kind of an e-commerce platform for txp is exactly what I have been looking for.

As I am not a coder I can’t assist with development. But I would be happy to chip in and help in other ways.

What kind of a timeline are you looking at, Stef?


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#16 2020-09-08 08:52:20

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Re: Plugin platform: e-commerce

Kjeld wrote #325838:

What kind of a timeline are you looking at, Stef?

How are you at time travel? Or human cloning? ;)

Unless someone can step up and give me a hand with refactoring/rewriting yab_shop or pulling bits from my fork of that plugin, this’ll have to be done around other life things and Textpattern dev work.

I would think a key component of this would also be unlimited custom fields, since part of the reason it’s such a pain in the plugin right now to handle product variants is due to limitations of our current custom field implementation.


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#17 2020-09-08 09:55:24

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Re: Plugin platform: e-commerce

Bloke wrote #325839:

How are you at time travel? Or human cloning? ;)

Not so good at either, I fear, Stef…

Wish I could assist with refactoring/rewriting, but I am not a coder.

Willing to chip in, though. Hopefully, others are too.

This would be great for txp to have. Especially now that the coronavirus increases the importance of e-commerce.


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