There is no CSS documentation at this time. You will need to inspect the CSS that is outputted there and then create your own based on that. We will not be changing any class names or IDs inside those elements.
Does the generic subscription widget class="c7-subscribe" have any options other than requesting first/last name via the data-has-name-fields="true" attribute? Wondering if there is a way to automatically add a tag to all signups made through the widget.
Unfortunately, there is no option to add a tag to all signups as described.
In a manual collection, you can drag and drop the order. Here is how: https://documentation.commerce7.com/what-are-collections-and-how-do-they-work#manual
I want to display all products in the collection like shows products 1 to n-1. How do specify show all products?
We recommend omitting the start and end, and it will show all of them. Keep in mind, you can't show more than 50 per page due to API limit.
If you made your own site, we would recommend making a new page in WP, and use your pagebuilder to construct the exact layout you're looking for.
Use placeholders for the various elements. Then, view the page on the front end and copy the source code for the content of that layout, and paste it into C7 as a product template. Lastly, you can replace your placeholders with the dynamic tags C7 offers.
Details here: https://design-docs.commerce7.com/docs/product-templates
Updated 6 months ago