- fixed minor issue with shopping cart where a deleted product was still in the basket.
- fixed issue with autoresponder leads pagination feature.
- implemented sticky menu feature for store. Can be called on any product page by placing the [ STORE_STICKY_MENU ] tag.
- implemented [ADDTO_CART_JS] tag that can be used on standalone product pages, connecting any image button to the shopping cart.
If you are upgrading from a version before 8.29 and want to use the new [ STORE_STICKY_MENU ] tag (remove blank spaces found after [ and before ]), please download the sticky menu template and it's style sheet from the links below. If you have not made any changes to your default store templates, you can simply go into Store > Theme > reset template values and have the templates and style sheets loaded automatically from the default data. If you have customised your store templates and don't want them over-written, please download the template and style sheet files below and paste them in the Sticky menu template and Sticky menu style sheet fields found at Store > Theme > Theme core.
Sticky menu template - sticky menu style sheet
Then re-generate your store menu and the new sticky menu will be also populated with it's data - Store > Theme > Store menu > Generate store menu
If your account was installed on version 8.29 and after, you don't have to do this as the fields are already populated.
Using the new [ADDTO_CART_JS] tag
If you want to use an Add to cart button instead of a direct buy now link on a standalone product page, then you can use this new tag on the sales page. Here's the format in which to set your link:
<a onclick='[ADDTO_CART_JS]' style='cursor: pointer;'><img src="https://yourdomain.com/your_order_button_image.jpg"></a>
Make sure to include the [CARTLOADER_JS] tag at the bottom of the same page so that the cart loader script is called to process the Add to cart button.