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Old 12-09-2009, 07:29 PM
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Change Theme Dynamically


Hi,

Great job so far guys, your system seems to be evolving nicely!

I've been testing out all the features and now I'm getting into the custom CSS tweaks. So far so good.

I noticed the parameter of the product browser ""style=", and was wondering what this is for.

I'm hoping that it is to allow the ability to specify a CSS theme from the code that loads ecwid.

This way I could have a slightly adjusted theme for integration with Facebook.

Let me know! Thanks.
-Rob
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Old 12-10-2009, 12:55 PM
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Hi,

Great job so far guys, your system seems to be evolving nicely!

I've been testing out all the features and now I'm getting into the custom CSS tweaks. So far so good.

I noticed the parameter of the product browser ""style=", and was wondering what this is for.

I'm hoping that it is to allow the ability to specify a CSS theme from the code that loads ecwid.

This way I could have a slightly adjusted theme for integration with Facebook.

Let me know! Thanks.
-Rob
Rob,

1. "style" parameter is used to change the style of the div that encloses all the Ecwid product browser's HTML code.


2. If you want to have a different style for your Facebook app, it's possible of course.
- refer to this post on how to create a custom canvas: http://www.ecwid.com/forums/showthre...anvas#post2335

- add the necessary styles to that HTML page

So you'll have two pages with your store: main one and styled page for Facebook.
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