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Simple - Category Layouts

Every time that products are displayed grouped together (perhaps by category, or by brand, or by department), you can choose a different layout. Sometimes you can choose a long list, and other times a neat grid.

The Push Button Upgrade (PBU) will assign one layout across all your product listing pages ... later, of course, you can set them individually.

The most popular choice is 'Responsive Products in a Grid' (at the top of the list, below).

Responsive Products in a Grid

entity.responsivegrid.xml.config

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Key Features

  • The page has breadcrumbs.
  • Includes Setting to toggle display of sub-category images.
  • The products are laid out in a grid.
  • Each product displays an image and a product name
  • This is often a good option if you want to drive shoppers to see product details before knowing the price.

Products in a Grid

entity.grid.xml.config

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Key Features

  • The page has breadcrumbs.
  • The products are laid out in a grid.
  • Each product displays an image and a product name
  • This is often a good option if you want to drive shoppers to see product details before knowing the price.

Products in a Grid with Prices

entity.gridwithprices.xml.config

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Key Features

  • The page has breadcrumbs.
  • The products are laid out in a grid.
  • Each product displays an image and a product name and a PRICE (including Sale Price)
  • This is often a good option if you use simple pricing (no quantity discounts, customer level pricing etc).

Products in a List

entity.simpleproductlist.xml.config

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Key Features

  • The page has breadcrumbs.
  • The products are laid out in a table, one above the other.
  • Each product displays an image, a product name, a partial description, a price and the option to buy right off the page.
  • This is often a good option if your products are likely to be well known and need little explanation.

Products in an Order Form

entity.tableorderform.xml.config

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Key Features

  • The page has breadcrumbs.
  • The products are laid out in a table, one above the other.
  • Each product displays an image, a product name, a partial description, and a price.
  • At the base of the page is an option to buy ALL the items where the quantity has been changed from 0.
  • This is often a good option if your products are likely to be well known, need little explanation and the average order includes several products from the same group.


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