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4 years ago

Awesome thank you.

Bugs
4 years ago

Minor bug found for categories with long names when viewed on a mobile device.  The text wraps but the category button doesn't expand and so the second line of text gets partially hidden.

Here is an image of the issue cutting off the "Adapter" part of category "Cable Interface/Gender Adapter":
http://imgur.com/6padSAe

Overall this theme works and looks great.

Thanks.

Bugs
4 years ago

Boyko wrote:

Hi alecm,

If you are using the source code version of nopCommerce then it will be best to add the theme and the plugins to your Nop.Web project. Just select them and click "Include in project". This way during the Deploy they will be copied.

p.s: I am talking about the SevenSpikes plugins and the ShopAll theme. It also depends on how your Publish profile is setup i.e to copy all the files in the Nop.Web folder or only the files included in the project.


I've added the directories and files to the project and it looks to be working perfectly now.  Thanks again.

Bugs
4 years ago

Boyko wrote:

Hi alecm,

The routing is not wrong as this is the correct location. We use our own ViewEngine that knows where to find the correct views but it gets confused as you most probably you don't have the theme plugin installed. Please check if the SevenSpikes.Theme.ShopAll plugin is present in your Plugins directory and if it is present in the App_Data\InstalledPlugins.txt file.


That makes sense, I'll double check those locations.  I know that I installed the plugin when running the project from source, maybe I need to set some thing as "copy to local" or something like that when I deploy to my web host?  

Also should I "add existing" for the theme and theme plugin directories in my source project, didn't seem to matter and allowed me to install theme and all plugins while running the site from Visual Studio but I wonder if it makes a difference as far as what gets created when the project is deployed to production as I can only see the theme and plugin files in Visual Studio currently by choosing the "Show All Files" view option.

Thank you for the help.

Bugs
4 years ago

Stefan wrote:

Thank you for your feedback!

This issue had been fixed and uploaded on our site. You can download the theme again and replace the Plugins\SevenSpikes.Nop.Plugins.MegaMenu\Themes\ShopAll\Content\MegaMenu.css file with the one from your downloadable package. Then you can revert your change and the menu will work as expected.

Thanks again!


Excellent.  Thank you for the quick response and fix!

Bugs
4 years ago

Hi,

I've just installed this theme version 3.50.  When debugging from source my homepage loads fine.  However once I publish the project and attempt to load it I get this error:

The partial view 'MiniShoppingCart' was not found or no view engine supports the searched locations. The following locations were searched:
~/Themes/ShopAll/Views/ShopAllShoppingCart/MiniShoppingCart.cshtml


Looking for the view file it appears the directory where the view can be found should be:

~/Themes/ShopAll/Views/ShoppingCart/MiniShoppingCart.cshtml


Any ideas why the routing would be getting mixed up here?

Thanks.

Bugs
4 years ago

Hi, I've just installed the latest 3.50 version of your ShopAll theme and noticed an issue with the Mega Menu plugin.  When loading the homepage to my site it shows the menu twice.  Looking into the code I believe this is the relevant bit from "MegaMenu.cshtml" in the plugin views directory:

<ul class="mega-menu">
    @RenderMegaMenu(isMegaMenuResponsive: false)
</ul>
<div class="menu-title"><span>@T("SevenSpikes.MegaMenu.ResponsiveMenuTitle")</span></div>
<ul class="mega-menu-responsive">
    @RenderMegaMenu(isMegaMenuResponsive: true)
</ul>


As a short term workaround I've commented out the second ul element calling the menu with responsive features.

Thanks.