The theme install instructions are "The Core plugin has to be installed before you can install any other plugins and the Theme plugin has to be installed last as it contains theme specific settings that override some of the other plugins settings".
My question is, what happens if this order isn't followed? And how would you correct whatever issues would result if the order was installed incorrectly?
Also, what happens if after installing the core, plugins, and theme plugin, a plugin such as mega-menu is uninstalled (after the theme plugin is installed) and then reinstalled? would you have to follow the same order again. For example, would you have to:
1. uninstall the theme plugin
2. then reinstall the mega-menu plugin
3. and then reinstall the theme plugin?
Same if the core plugin got uninstalled. would you have to:
1. Uninstall all the plugins
2. Reinstall the core plugin
3. Reinstall the non-theme plugins
4. Reinstall the theme plugin.
I got it to work, I pasted the three Pavilion zones into Plugins\SevenSpikes.Nop.Plugins.JCarousel\SupportedWidgetZones.xml.
Thanks Stoyan, but the Pavilion theme was already set as the default store theme in Configuration -> Settings -> General settings.
Now I tried saving the default theme as "Default clean", and then back to Pavilion but there is no change in the available widgets. Still no "homepage_slider_after".
I'm working through the Pavilion Theme documentation, and am stuck on the "Trending products carousel" section. In particular "The last step is to map the newly created carousel to the homepage_slider_after widget zone". I don't seam to have this zone on the JCarousel.
The only homepage zones that I have are:
home_page_before_news (a second time)
Thank you for the info, greatly appreciated. I wanted to make sure that I installed it correctly.
Is the Mega Menu only available in widget zones: content_before and theme_header_menu?
I should have looked further down on the mobile theme. What I am asking is it possible to do to the categories with what you have done with the footer information (Information; Customer Service; My Account; Contact Us)?
Great job on Nop-Pavilion, it looks very good, especially on a computer and tablet.
To make navigation easier on mobile, how hard would it be to have the category headings collapsible (and collapsed by default)? To try and show what I mean, I mocked up a picture.
Although we love Nop Ajax Filters we find them slow, especially on mobile. As a result we started using NopAccelerate filters. We loved NopAccelerate's solution as they were very fast and effective, but the downside was they didn't integrate well with our Nop-Templates themes (which we also love), especially mobile. (Even with NopAccelerate adding support for Nop-Template's themes).
Have you considered enhancing your Nop Ajax Filters to make them quick like NopAccelerate? Or maybe even a better idea, have you considered collaborating with NopAccelerate to provide the best of both?