You might wonder how to set up your cart or checkout pages, especially if you are giving your client access to the control panel.
We recommend that you add the files to your
_content folder, even if there isn’t anything editable on the page.
_content/ 01-products/ my-awesome-product.md # URL: /products/my-awesome-product another-great-product.md # URL: /products/another-great-product page.md # URL: /products page.md # URL: / cart.md # URL: /cart checkout.md # URL: /checkout order-complete.md # URL: /order-complete _themes/ my_theme/ templates/ utils/ add_to_cart.html # referenced in routes.yaml remove_from_cart.html # referenced in routes.yaml emails/ order_complete_admin.html # referenced in bison.yaml cart.html # referenced in _content/cart.md checkout.html # referenced in _content/checkout.md order_complete.html # referenced in _content/order-complete.md
Then your routes.yaml might look like:
routes: /cart/empty: bison/empty_cart /cart/remove: bison/remove_from_cart
and your bison.yaml might look like:
emails: order_complete_admin: enabled: true from: firstname.lastname@example.org to: email@example.com subject: An order has been submitted html_template: order_complete_admin
Of course, you can move around files in your content and templates folders, and nest them however you like to create the URL structures and folder organization paradigm that suits you.
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