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Widget Use

Displays the page title text. It can be used in any zone of a template, but recommended use is once at the top of a page.


Example of Widget Use


Where can the Widget be placed?

The widget can be used in the following templates:

  • All Templates


Widget Options

OptionUseCommentsAvailable from Version
DescriptionA short description of the widget's use.We recommended this field be updated so the widget's purpose is clear at a glance from the template page.All
LayerThe layer the widget is valid for.The layering technology allows for the content to be shown to specific audiences. This is handy
if the content is only valid for a certain type of user, or if the same widget is required for more than
one audience, but different configuration is needed. The widget can be added to the zone more
than once and the layer feature can determine which audience can see each widget. 
Page TitleThe page title text displayed.In the example above, "Shopping Cart" is the page title.All
Sub TitleThe subtitle text displayed below the title text.In the example above, "Please review your cart before checkout." is the subtitle.All
Page IconThe icon to show to the left of the Page
Title text.

In the example above, the icon of the shopping cart is the Page Icon.

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Other Widgets

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    Account Payment Detail Widget Renders the payment detail information in the body of the various Account Payment confirmation emails. Information includes (but is not limited to) the order number, account number, invoice, and amount paid.
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    You get a custom category template, and YOU get one... — With our latest CMS upgrade, our Customisable Category Templates functionality has been made available to everyone!

    Prior to this change, only those of you maintaining your product categories online could enable the Category Template Override feature in the CMS. If you maintained your categories in the ERP, you were out of luck.

    This seemed a tad harsh, so we made some adjustments so that all BPD sites could take advantage. Happy customising!

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    Dashboard Recent Invoices Widget — Displays the logged in user's 5 most recent invoices, with a link to each invoice in detail, as well as a 'View All' option.
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    Dashboard Account Status Widget — Displays a list of the user's customer account status, including balance owing and payment terms, as well as links to statements and the account payment page.
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    Dashboard Articles Widget — Displays a list of the site's news articles, with an image, title, a 'read more' link, and the article expiry date.
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    Dashboard Product Favourites Widget — Displays a list of the user's top 5 favourite products, with links to each product page, as well as an add to cart button.
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    Dashboard Back Orders Widget — Displays a list of the user's backorders with links to the order detail page.
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    Social Sharing Plugin Widget — Acts as a placeholder to output customised javascript based on content from Add This (social network Share buttons, for example).
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    Email Stylesheet override widget option — From version 4.10+, an 'Override Stylesheet' option has been added to the Email Style Sheet Widget, consisting of a CSS editor linked to a system-wide resource ('rcEmailStylesheetOverride'). Simply place the code for your custom email styles here, and the resource will be updated.

    This means that every email template using this widget will be customised with your override styles, extending your ability to customise your email styles in once place.

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    Renamed widgets — You may be pleased to hear that from version 4.10+, we've renamed some of our more awkwardly-named BPD widgets to make them more user-friendly!

    For example:

    • Anything with 'modal' in the name has been renamed 'popup'
    • 'Auto Part Registration' widgets have been renamed 'B2B Registration' to better reflect their function
    • Widgets with 'attribute' in their name have been updated to use the term 'variant'
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