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> Scheduled Maintenance - October Release, 8:00pm Est, Wednesday, October 15th, 2014
nsCliff
post Oct 15 2014, 01:40 PM
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Dear Merchant,

We will conduct a brief, scheduled maintenance on our eCommerce servers beginning around 8:00pm ET on October 15th, 2014 and ending approximately at 2:00am ET on October 16th. During the update, your store may be unavailable for a brief period of time. Outage times are less than 5 minutes.

This update will include the updated changes:

Fixed: USPS shipping to UK
NEW: Turn the / off for your canonical home link
NEW: ns:categories can now accept a parameter to include image URL in output
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KAPAS
post Nov 4 2014, 07:01 PM
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Is there any documentation on the new "ns:categories" feature?


QUOTE (nsCliff @ Oct 15 2014, 01:40 PM) *
Dear Merchant,

We will conduct a brief, scheduled maintenance on our eCommerce servers beginning around 8:00pm ET on October 15th, 2014 and ending approximately at 2:00am ET on October 16th. During the update, your store may be unavailable for a brief period of time. Outage times are less than 5 minutes.

This update will include the updated changes:

Fixed: USPS shipping to UK
NEW: Turn the / off for your canonical home link
NEW: ns:categories can now accept a parameter to include image URL in output

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ecomIanS
post Nov 5 2014, 10:14 PM
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There isn't really anything yet, although Cliff may write up such a thing soon.

I can give you an explanation which should suffice:


By default, the ns:categories module will output additional HTML attributes for the list item (<li>) tags in the category navigation list. These attributes include two things:

1. The category ID | data-catid
2. A path to the category image | data-cat-imgpath

You can use these with custom CSS/Javascript to create some pretty dandy effects.


Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any other questions.

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