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Old 10-21-2013, 02:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Caryn Casey View Post
thanks for replying. I have to say I'm overall disappointed in the support here - 6 days is a long time and I'm not completely sure I've gotten the best answers of the 2 I've received.

I didn't mean 0000 as the sku...what I should have written was

productID-123405 then hide product price or title. but it needs to work on the productBrowser category page.

I do have a page for "testimonials" but we wanted them to show up in the store. My "solution" was to hide the prices on the catagory page and put them in the "title." I have all of the "comments" marked as out of stock. Ideally would love to be able to hide the title, but no way to do this.

If you look at the site you can see it is a nice idea - http://www.muchmorethanme.com/much-more-than-me/shop/

maybe something can be done to create a situation in which the id code would be css influenced.
Hello,

Sorry for confusing you. I'll try to explain better.

Ecwid Product browser widget automatically define different CSS classes for different store pages (Product A page, Product B page, Category page, Cart page), which allows you to apply different CSS styles to different pages in your store. That is explained in this article in our knowledge base: http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/46376921/...s%20in%20Ecwid

That feature doesn't make it possible to address some particular product and apply some changes to it across the store - rather does it enable you to apply some changes, for example, for that product's page.

Thus, unfortunately, there is no way to achieve the functionality you described with the help of CSS modification only. However, such a mod is possible by means of Javascript customization on your site. The thing is Ecwid is an AJAX application, which means products, categories and all the other content of your store is delivered to a visitor dynamically using JavaScript. Your storefront integrates in your site and acts like a part of it, thus, by means of custom JavaScript mods, you can modify Ecwid behavior in many different ways including hiding prices/titles and other elements for some particular items in your store.

In your case, a custom script could work this way:
1) It would handle Ecwid pages loading and detect if there is a product with defined ID on the page. It can use Ecwid JS API for such purposes: http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/41188517/JavaScript%20API
2) If the page contains such a product, the mod could hide the price and title, re-arrange some product data or even add some kind of reviews widgets on the fly.

Unfortunately, there is no ready code/solution for such kind of a mod so you can consider either doing it yourself (it will require some programming skills though) or hire a developer for this task. By the way, if you decide to hire a developer, I can recommend contacting our friends from Qualiteam - they are group of professionals who have outstanding experience in creating and customizing e-commerce solutions including Ecwid, so they will surely be glad to help you. If you're interested, please drop them a line at sales@qtmsoft.com.
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