Hi, I just received a t-shirt that i ordered from my shop as a test. I uploaded an adobe illustrator file. I was not completely pleased with the print quality and wondered if others had this problem as well. I can understand if I'd sent a rasterized image (jpg, png, or tif) to expect this quality. But an illustrator file should be fairly crisp on output. It is a 100% vector design.
I can only describe the print quality as looking more like something printed off a simple ink jet printer rather than a laser printer. I know that's not how the t-shirts are printed, I'm just trying to give an example of how I felt about the quality. I've printed better t-shirts with self made t-shirt transfers at home.
well i think i got it to work
i added padding to the left side of the grid...although with my limited code knowledge i don't know how well that will translate across browsers & other computers...
i had a problem with new products showing up on my template...i got it to work, i think it's something to do with how you have the products categorized in your store...i sent everything to 'featured' and put it in it's own store category and it worked...not sure what actually got it to work but maybe this will help.
Everything is inside the <div class="centerGrids" style="width:800px"> and yours is set to 800px. The <div class='count' style='width:800px'> which includes "Showing 1 - 16 of 16 products" is set to 800px as well. However your product thumbs all together aren't 800px wide.
The "Showing 1 - 16 of 16 products" is therefore too far right and sets the whole thing off center. Try to fit the classes "centerGrids" and "count" to the width of the product thumbnails. Set an own width for the <div class='count'> if necessary.
that didn't work either...i've figured out how to move the "count" by using padding. but i'm still stuck on the grid...i can only move it over so far with padding. i think the problem lies with the padding and/or margins somewhere.
i tried setting the float as "centered" for the .gridCell (margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; ) but that only gave me a single column of grids on the left side.
i even tried setting my css back to the original downloaded ZSB files with no formatting and only inserted my header, and it still looks slightly off...
Well, you could create multiple product grids on one page, each with a specific product type. Basically, you would set the product type filter using a $_GET variable, then call
include "include/zstore.ph p";
Then set the product type filter again to a different product type, the call that include once again.
Does this make sense?
it makes sense but i really haven't got a clue how to execute it lol....maybe i'll try it after i sleep some...didn't reply sooner here cuz other stuff has gotten in the way.