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Lesson 5 – Part 10 – Add Featured Products to Any Template in Thesis 2

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The final thing in this Customize the Appearance of your Store lesson that we're going to do is add featured products to our Thesis 2 eStore and the way we’re going to do that is by creating a new taxonomy called Products Status. Let's come over here to Add New and it's going to be

Lesson 5 – Part 9 – Style the Related Products in Thesis 2

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So the next thing we'll do is style the related products in our Thesis 2 eStore now that we've got the related products in place on the Product Template. The first thing I want to do is create another structure for this. I'll come down here and create a container and we'll call this Related

Lesson 5 – Part 7 – Customize the Price in Thesis 2

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Now that we’ve customized the Add to Cart Button for our WP eStore in Thesis 2 the next thing I would like to do is to customize the price. Let’s come over to Boxes, Manage Boxes and then I'm going to delete the WP eStore Elements Box. I was monkeying around with it here today

Lesson 5 – Part 6 – Customize the “Add to Cart” Button in Thesis 2

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We just got through customizing the products archive template in Thesis 2 for our WP eStore and now I’d like to customize this "Add to Cart" button but with a style rather than an image. And I think what we'll do is use a style similar to this one here. It's dark black and this

Lesson 5 – Part 3 – Add Related Products to the Product Page in Genesis

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So far we’ve customized WP eStore by adding custom “Add Now” and “Buy Now” buttons and we’ve added a Product Search to the sidebar. The next thing I'd like to do to customize WP eStore is to add related products to the individual product posts. The way we do that, of course, is edit the

Lesson 5 – Part 2 – Add Product Search to the Sidebar

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Now that you know how to customize WP eStore using “Add to Cart” and “Buy Now” buttons, the next bit of customization that we're going to do is to add product search to the sidebar here. Let’s come back over to one of the lessons and pick up the Download the WP eStore Shortcodes Cheat

Lesson 5 – Part 1 – Using Custom “Buy Now” and “Add to Cart” Buttons

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Good morning everybody and welcome to Lesson 5 of Sell Your Digital Products with WP eStore. In today's lesson we are going to look at customizing the appearance of your store and we'll doing so both in Genesis and in Thesis 2. This webinar is intended to be interactive so if you have questions please

Lesson 5 – Customize the Appearance of Your Store

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In this final lesson of our How to Sell Your Digital Products With WP eStore course we show how to customize the appearance of your store. We begin by showing how to use custom Buy Now and Add to Cart buttons. Then we show how to add product search to the sidebar so your customers

WP eStore Update – New Features in Version 5 – Part 3 – Old Price Feature

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This is the third in a short series on looking at the new features in WP eStore 5.3. In this lesson we’ll look at the “old price” feature. We’ll add the old price to a product and then add some custom styling to make it look better. Okay, there’s one other thing I want to

Is it Possible to Hide the Add to Cart Button in WP eStore Product Display?

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This member asks if it is possible to hide the “Add to Cart” button for a particular type of product display in WP eStore.  We look at an example of the “Fancy 3” product display and discuss how to hide the button using custom css. Rick: Okay so now it looks like Patricia is back

Lesson 13 – Part 6 – Edit the Appearance of the Shopping Cart Using CSS

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Welcome back to the sixth and final part of Lesson 13 of the Build Your Own E-Commerce Website tutorial series. In this part of the lesson we are going to edit the CSS of our Shopping Cart so that it no longer looks like this and instead looks like this. We’re going to do that

Lesson 7 – Part 1 – How to Customize the Simple View of Category Listings

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This lesson relies very heavily on the Firebug and Web Developer Add Ons for Firefox. If you are unfamiliar with how to use these please watch Lesson 1 of the Customize Thesis Like a Pro, Tools of the Trade Series. In order to begin customizing the Category Listings, let’s open up that site in Firefox

Lesson 7 – Part 2 – How to Use Custom Classes to Selectively Apply CSS Rules

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In the second part of this lesson we’re going to add custom classes to our pages. Then we can assign those custom CSS styles to specific pages and therefore have different definitions for different pages. Add a Custom Class to a Thesis Page Start by opening up the Dashboard. What we’re going to go is

Lesson 7 – Part 3 – How to Customize the Simple View of Product Listings

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In this part of the lesson we are going to edit the simple view of WP eStore product listings. We did this for the category listings in an earlier lesson but now we’re going to do it for the product listings. Eliminate the Borders We already did it for one element of the product listings

Lesson 7 – Part 4 – How to Customize the Grid View of Product Listings

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In this part of the lesson we’re going to edit the grid view of WP eStore product listings. Let’s go over here to Tropical Fruit and here are all of our six different kinds of oranges. What we’re going to do is to add a background image that will serve as a frame for each

Lesson 7 – Part 5 – How to Customize the Box View of Product Listings

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In this last part of the lesson we are going to customize the box view of the WP eStore product listing. That box view can be found over here under Washington Fruit and under Green Apples. What we are going to do with this product listing is to straighten it out so that these two

Lesson 7 – Changing the Appearance of the Product Catalog Using CSS

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Please note that this course has been replaced with the new "Sell Your Digital Products with WP eStore" In this video tutorial we will look at how to customize the appearance of the individual catalog entries using CSS. The Wp eStore catalog has 3 different styles of category displays. We will look at ways to