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Topic: Recipient Misspelling
JustFharryn Posted: Monday, January 06, 2020 10:19:03 AM
Jerry wrote:
Recipient - For Anyone - Family - Great granchild

Also, is the Pets recipient category new? I don't remember ever seeing that before. And what would you buy from Zazzle to give to your pet fish? Just curious, lol.


IDK? A memorial something or other... maybe to make a kid feel better about the first loss of a pet? Just taking a stab at that one, though.

Wouldn't memorial's be for the person though? not the Fish? nevermind, carry on...
Topic: Recipient Misspelling
JustFharryn Posted: Monday, January 06, 2020 10:19:03 AM
Jerry wrote:
Recipient - For Anyone - Family - Great granchild

Also, is the Pets recipient category new? I don't remember ever seeing that before. And what would you buy from Zazzle to give to your pet fish? Just curious, lol.


IDK? A memorial something or other... maybe to make a kid feel better about the first loss of a pet? Just taking a stab at that one, though.

Wouldn't memorial's be for the person though? not the Fish? nevermind, carry on...
Topic: Font Chaos --- Too much
JustFharryn Posted: Monday, December 16, 2019 6:25:22 PM
What's the point of having several versions of a font... italic, bold, light... is it not possible to have one everything then an option to make it bold or italicized?
Topic: Font Chaos --- Too much
JustFharryn Posted: Monday, December 16, 2019 6:25:22 PM
What's the point of having several versions of a font... italic, bold, light... is it not possible to have one everything then an option to make it bold or italicized?
Topic: Locking 1st Row or 2 in Collections?
JustFharryn Posted: Thursday, December 12, 2019 3:16:53 PM
I know this was asked a few years ago, but I didn't find anything recent.


It would be nice to be able to lock the first 2 rows -- (as this is approximately the amount that shows under a product in product page) -- so that when we add new items it'll automatically go below those rows. I get why new products added go to the top and not the bottom. However, products showing in collections under the product in the product page seems best served by choosing those products.


OPTION 2:

It'd be nice to have a "smart" collection display on the product page.

For instance, if I have a collection of a pattern with a random selection of products and the customer is on pacifier product page, it would be optimum to display other baby products from that collection under the product as opposed to, say, a flask or tablecloth.