List your stores with ease with the Printfection API

Because of the free premium stores at Printfection, many people end up creating a number of stores. The challenge then comes to find a way to link each of these stores together and give visitors an easy way to find out about all the other stores.

Now, thanks to the newly released Printfection API, it is possible to have a dynamic list of all your open stores automatically listed, complete with a logo if available. Here is a list of my stores:

If you add or close a store, the list will be refreshed accordingly. As part of the Printvection API process, each store holder that uses this is required to verify that they wish to link the script with their account. Each person then uses a unique session ID to access it all. To enable all this to happen very easily, please visit the page here to get your instructions: TeePlates - Related Stores Link Builder

Comments (0) 17.08.2008. 06:40

Keep your visitors looking with Minilist

One of the common usability recommendations for any online shopping site is to ensure that shoppers can find the things that they want with the least number of clicks. Currently in a Printfection store, if a shopper is viewing one product, lets say a mens tshirt and they wish to see what other shirt styles are available, they need to click back up on the breadcrumb or menu to get back to the parent section. Until now!!

Welcome to Minilist

Introducing Minilist, a new way to have small pictures of all products from the parent section shown under the current product:

Continue reading Comments (4) 17.06.2008. 20:21

To Build a Better Slideshow

Its been a while since I released the original TeePlates slideshow. I have seen it used well in many stores. There have been afew requests for some improvements to be made, including being able to have more than one slideshow on a page as well as some alternative transitions to the default fade. Well, as is often the case, the original really as not designed with these sorts of  things in mind, so it was back to the drawing board.

Thankfully, someone has already created a great slideshow that I was able to tune up for Printfection use. Based on Malsup's Jquery Cycle plugin, the new improved slideshow is here. You can now choose from a wide range of transitions and can have as many slideshows on a page as you would like.

Continue reading Comments (1) 17.04.2008. 15:18

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