There appears to be a bug where Prisma doesn't seem to properly support alternate category templates. I duplicated the Themes\Prisma\Views\Catalog\CategoryTemplate.ProductsInGridOrLines.cshtml and renamed it to Themes\Prisma\Views\Catalog\CategoryTemplates.ProductsInGridOrLinesNoSubcategory.cshtml. I also commented out the subcategory code in the new template and assigned it to my categories in NopCommerce.
On the first page load, I don't see the subcategories as I expect, but when try to page over to the next page, I get the message "Loading the Page Failed." NopCommerce's error log entry shows:
The model item passed into the ViewDataDictionary is of type 'SevenSpikes.Nop.Plugins.AjaxFilters.Models.ProductsModel', but this ViewDataDictionary instance requires a model item of type 'Nop.Web.Models.Catalog.CategoryModel'.
The following is also logged:
The view 'CategoryTemplate.ProductsInGridOrLinesNoSubcategory' was not found. The following locations were searched:
I suspect the pager isn't cooperating with NopCommerce's paging mechanism. Is there a way to fix this problem, or does selectable category templates not supported?
Why? So you force iPad and tablet users to have a horrible user experience because they don't have a mouse? Couldn't you use an alternative to hover? Is there another template that doesn't have this bug? I wish I had tested it further before buying.
The Prisma layout on the iPad defaults to the mobile view even if you request a desktop view. The iPad retina has enough resolution to comfortably display pages in desktop layout. What is the best way to change fhis?
I am also getting the same error message with flickering product images, but only on the iPad version of Chrome. I just submitted a ticker refarding the problem. It doesn't seem to be specific to my site as it happens on the Nop Pavilliom Demo producf listing page when you try to apply a filter.