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Override id specific pages without having to hack up the controller/template files, making them easier to maintain. You can also auto-include css files on a per-id basis, making it possible to change a specific category look, without editing any others. This is ideal for those wanting to customise a single product page, or a category, rather than having to hack up the original source files
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Regular template: http://demo.jaygilford.com/en/p/43/macbook/
Overridden Template example: http://demo.jaygilford.com/en/p/41/imac/
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The product id is 50, I am able to change the layout successfully using "50.tpl" but unfortunately not the CSS...
- I create a completely customized HTML page? For example, my product is a Bluray The Strangers, I would create a custom page on the theme of the film. Is this possible?
- This module is to set the start date and end date to be enabled for this page? or simply I enable and disable in the admin?
Well, each module on the storefront, like categories, has a header, color in the default theme is: Grey.JAY6390 wrote:Hi Norman
Not entirely sure what you mean sorry, can you please explain?
Can I give each of these module-headers their own color with your extension?
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