Vendor as Favorite
Is it possible to favorite vendor using snippet code?
Not possible at the moment, if you mean the Favorites extension it works for listings only.
Thank you! Is a work around for buyer to save the seller profile url link with profile name as hyperlink?
There’s no such feature within HivePress, only if users have some external tools for this (like the browser bookmarks).
Yea i thought of that, but ran into the attribute shortcode/display on front-end issue. And secondly, i wanted to capture basic information(profile thumbnail, name, skill, phone number, message icon etc.) in a row view not grid. So I was wondering where data for the second requirement should be populated from? Or should it only need css customization to achieve it?
For the first issue, i saw on forum where the ‘do_short-code’ snippet command was applied to parse data on front-end here:
Given above scenario, can it be used to display attribute as short-codes on front-end?
If you want to fetch the vendor details somewhere this requires a vendor ID, then you can get the vendor profile (it’s a custom post type “hp_vendor”) and display any details this way. You can also try using the Vendors block and style it via CSS without any PHP coding, but implementing the “features” functionality may be required anyway.
Ihor, The only thing i saw similar to hp_vendor, is hp_vendor_embeds. Is this the correct table to filter ID from?
There should be no such table in WordPress DB, maybe it’s a meta key? Vendors are stored in the wp_posts table with the “hp_vendor” set as a post type. Please consider hiring someone for customizations if some custom features or advanced changes are required.
Maybe its meta key i saw using admin columns plugin. Hiring is not a problems it’s finding the right hire. Any suggestions from you will be greatly appreciated.
For some common layout and styling customizations any developer from Fiverr with good reviews should be ok, can’t recommend someone for HivePress-specific customizations, but I hope to hire someone for this in the near future (so I’ll be able to guarantee that the custom code follows HivePress coding standards).
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