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williamsmark March 6th, 2011 01:16 PM

A Couple of Issues
 
Firstly I started using Datafeedr yesterday and I am very impressed.

A couple of questions:

1) Some of the merchants that I have added have small images. Is there any manual way I can over-right the image being used? They have large images on their site for the product.

Due to the fact I have no more than 300 products I am happy to do a product by product work-around.

I am trying to get 300x300 pixel images for all of the products I am listing


2) I am using All-In-One-SEO. However no matter what I try I can't get the Categories <title> to be exactly what I want. I am always getting a space and a pipe on the end. Is there a method of manually editing the Title of each category page?

Thanks in advance for your help

Eric March 6th, 2011 01:29 PM

Hi
Quote:

Originally Posted by williamsmark (Post 18596)
1) Some of the merchants that I have added have small images. Is there any manual way I can over-right the image being used? They have large images on their site for the product.

Due to the fact I have no more than 300 products I am happy to do a product by product work-around.

I am trying to get 300x300 pixel images for all of the products I am listing

Yes, you can click the "more info" link for each product in the factory and input your own URL to a large image.

Quote:

Originally Posted by williamsmark (Post 18596)
2) I am using All-In-One-SEO. However no matter what I try I can't get the Categories <title> to be exactly what I want. I am always getting a space and a pipe on the end. Is there a method of manually editing the Title of each category page?

Did you disable AIOSEO on the store page?

This is covered in this video at about the 3 minute mark but it's probably best to watch the whole video as it covers lots of good stuff. :)

Eric

williamsmark March 6th, 2011 04:55 PM

Cheers Eric, will look into this.

Datafeedr is one awesome piece of kit.

I look forward to staying subscribed


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