There have been several posts on the forums lately from people looking to style their category trees. Many of them need the tree to be in an unordered list format in order to implement a flyout or dropdown menu of some sort. There are numerous methods available for creating accessible, cross-browser compatible flyout or dropdown […]
Store Morph Technology Archives
Miva Merchant users and developers frequently post on the Miva Merchant User Forums looking for guidance with some commonly desired conditionals to control the display of content on their ecommerce sites. Below is a list of some of the more common requests, gathered together in one handy spot. Who knows, you may even see something […]
This morning I was working on a small project to modify the layout of the attributes on a product page template, and it occurred to me that others might find this little trick about writing conditionals where you need to match a multitude of variables useful. In this particular project, I needed conditionals for two […]
Recently there’s been lots of buzz on the Miva Merchant User Support Forum about moving the account creation process to the end of the checkout. There are a number of good reasons for doing this. First, you eliminate one of the checkout screens, and streamline the checkout process. Second, and more importantly, you eliminate a […]
When Miva Merchant released MM5, they revolutionized the way the software worked “out of the box” and opened a whole new world of customization to ecommerce store owners. Using Store Morph Technology (SMT), store owners could completely and…well, I was going to say easily customize their stores to suit their needs, but the truth is that at first glance, SMT isn’t in fact all that easy.
I have received numerous requests for some code I wrote to password protect a product page in Miva Merchant 5 (or 5.5), so I thought I’d share it here. This code was originally written for a site that wanted to implement custom product pricing using the Emporium Plus External Product Purchase module, but wanted to […]