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Setting up e commerce compatibility

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davecfm

Hello, Looking to set up a simple e commerce store on my site. I've tried WP ecommerce and woocommerce and neither seems to work cleanly with pagelines. Woocommerce comes close. Is there a way to successfully incorporate any e-commerce without messing with a theme? Is it possible to add a theme to just the sales page? That would be nice. Thanks for any input. Dave

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Danny
Hi Dave, We recently released our compatibility plug-in for JigoShop. Which is available free in the store for PageLines Framework customers.

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davecfm
Great, Thank you. Not sure I qualify as a "framework customer" yet. I haven't upgraded to platform 1.5.3. I'm a little afraid of loosing all my settings.

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catrina
If you have worries about upgrading from PlatformPro to Framework, please see this documentation for more info on how the upgrade will work: http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/Is_it_Safe_to_Upgrade%3F

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jsbarnes
I have recently upgraded to Framework in order to make use of the jigoshop-Pagelines plugin thinking that this would be a good solution. However I don't seem to have any control over the page layout on any of the store pages so I am left baffled as to why I just paid the money for it!

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Rob
@jsbarnes, Likely you've not set it up correctly with Base activated. What exactly are you trying to accomplish?

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@jsbarnes - Sorry you're having so much trouble with Jigoshop! Working to wrap another 3rd party plugin can sometimes be a bit challenging, but we're of course always looking for ways to make the user experience better. One way that I've dealt with the Jigo plugin is to set things in your default section as hidden, then show them on the Product Archive template. This way you can control what appears on the Jigoshop page. Similar logic goes for showing specific widgets in the Jigo section; stuff them in the tertiery sidebar, then move the tertiery sidebar into the primary sidebar, and check it to be hidden. Then on the Jigo product archive page, you can check the primary sb to be hidden, and to show the tertiery sidebar. With both of these methods as described above, you should have a fair amount of control over the layout, what appears, and the widgets. Has this helped at all? Nick

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