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hipstrcom October 21st, 2012 04:30 PM

Responsive Wordpress Themes
Hi there,

I just started playing around with datafeedr and created the site

I would like to use a Pinterest-inspired WP-theme such as Pinboard or the free Sampression theme that I currently use. These themes allow for dynamic content and updates when scrolling as you can see e.g. on (responsive design).

Is it possible to create something like this with datafeedr? All my results only create one page in WP with all products listed side by side and not as described above with single boxes as in the WP themes described above...

Thanks for your supprt!

hipstrcom October 21st, 2012 04:31 PM

Store URL
Here is the store - for some reason it is not appearing on the front page?!

Eric October 21st, 2012 05:48 PM


Welcome to the forums!

Currently we don't integrate with other themes in that way. We do have other users who have done infinite scroll with Datafeedr, though.


As for putting your store on the homepage, here's how:


hipstrcom October 22nd, 2012 08:54 AM

Hi Eric,

Thanks for your quick reply.

I thought it would be possible that each product would be posted in a separate WP post and not just in the store page which is seperated from the other content. I read somewhere that I could use the dripping feature to create drafts from the affiliate stores (1 draft per product), edit the description or title and publish the edited version manually... Is this possible?

I changed a few things on my website with manually created dummy product pages on Can you tell me why the main URL links to the Store section but does not display the store content? Do I have to make changes in The Factory or in WP to display the "Home" page as the first page?

Thanks and best regards from Germany!

Eric October 22nd, 2012 08:59 AM


Yes, you can edit the product descriptions in the Factory and then drip those products to your blog. But, you might not get the exactly what you want. Do a test drip here: WordPress Admin Area > Tools > Datafeedr > Drip

I think you have configured your 'home' page settings incorrectly. If you want your store to be on your homepage, you must follow these steps:


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