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Shopp Featured Images

A plugin to add featured images to your products on the product editor page.

Featured images are part of WordPress and mostly used by themes.
Once saved, your featured image becomes part of WordPress.
You can use it the same way you would use a featured image of a common post.

This plugin by default will replace the display of a coverimage of your product with your featured image.
This means you can have the featured image in the category listing, and other images (including your original coverimage) on the product page.

You can disable this feature by adding this code to your functions.php

add_filter('shopp_auto_featured_thumb', 'do_not_replace_coverimages');
function do_not_replace_coverimages() { return false; }

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Shopp Auto Capture Payment

By default Shopp will authorize only on payments. The merchant can manually capture payment when products ship. This is confirm the rules set by Visa and Mastercard.

When merchants want to auto capture payment right away they can add a filter to their theme’s functions.php. To prevent merchants from having to get their hands dirty on coding we created a simple plugin that will do the same thing.

One more benefit, you will not lose the functionality on theme updates or theme change.

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Shopp Default Breadcrumb Extender – Plugin

Try out our new Shopp Default Breadcrumb Extender – plugin.

In short, the plugin will use the default shopp(‘product’,’breadcrumb’) tag. All you have to do is install and activate the plugin and add the tag to your Shopp template file(s), if it is not present yet.

The Shopp Default Breadcrumb Extender plugin will display a linked array of (sub)categories from main catalog to the actual category the product belongs to.

Features:

- uses Shopp breadcrumbs on category pages
- uses newly generated breadcrumbs on product pages, if necessary
- will check if the product belongs to the category currently displayed

Read the readme.txt file for more instructions.
Check it out for free, donate if you like it 🙂

Download it from the WordPress.org website, or through your WordPress Admin Panel.

Don’t forget to let us know how to improve the plugin.

Shopp Facebook Like Button – Plugin

Try out our new Shopp Facebook Like Button – plugin.

In short, the plugin will add the shopp(‘product’,’facebook’) tag to your Shopp environment. All you have to do is add the tag to your Shopp product.php template file and it will display the Facebook Like button and counter.

There are currently three versions of  the Shopp Facebook Like Button plugin. They are all available for free at WordPress.org. Make sure you download the plugin version that matches your Shopp version.

We’ve added a settings page in the Shopp Extra Menu (Shopp sflb). This will make it easy for everyone to make changes to the generated buttons. The downside is, the settings will apply to your entire Shopp webshop. We’d love to hear whether or not you like this approach.

Features:

- easy access to settings by use of the settings page
- include/exclude people's profile picture
- button text adjusts to your WordPress language setting
- set the size of the thumbnails
- Open Graph Tags can be used too

Where to put the tag in product.php?
The choice is yours, but a good spot would be just above the else-statement at the end of the file. Like this,

 
<?php shopp('product','facebook'); ?>
<?php else: ?>
<h3>Product Not Found</h3>
<p>Sorry! The product you requested is not found in our catalog!</p>
<?php endif; ?>

Read the readme.txt file for more instructions.

Check it out for free, donate if you like it 🙂

Download it from the WordPress.org website, or through your WordPress Admin Panel.

Don’t forget to let us know how to improve the plugin.

 

Shopp Product Page Browser – Plugin

Try out our new Shopp Product Page Browser – plugin.

In short, the plugin will add the shopp(‘product’,’browser’) tag to your Shopp environment. All you have to do is add the tag to your Shopp product.php template file and it will display a link to the previous/next product.

This can be done by use of default Shopp tags too, but we were looking for easy access for non-programmers.

We’ve added a settings page in the Shopp Extra Menu (Shopp sppb). This will make it easy for everyone to make changes to the generated links. The downside is, the settings will apply to your entire Shopp webshop. We’d love to hear whether or not you like this approach.

Features:

- set the phrases used for 'Previous' and 'Next'
- set to use product thumbnails instead of 'Previous'/'Next'
- set the size of the thumbnails
- use preset size for thumbnails (1.3 version only)
- exclude categories 
  ('Previous'/'Next'-buttons will not appear on those Shopp product pages)
- exclude products 
  ('Previous'/'Next'-buttons will not appear on those Shopp product pages)
- set maximum number of products in category

Where to put the tag in product.php?
The choice is yours, but a good spot would be just above the else-statement at the end of the file.

Read the readme.txt file for more instructions. The code to add to your Shopp product.php template file is different for version 1.0.2, 1.2.5, and 1.3 of our plugin.

Remember, your products need to be in categories.

Check it out for free, donate if you like it 🙂

Download it from the WordPress.org website, or through your WordPress Admin Panel.

Don’t forget to let us know how to improve the plugin.