Your web storefront is the customer-facing home of your brand. 29 Next's full featured ecommerce CRM offers robust shop themes which feature products and categories, blogs and custom content pages, FAQs and support, and a secure checkout.
Creating Content for your Web Store
From the Content > Pages menu you can view and create custom content pages that inherit the styles of your store's theme.
Under Actions, Choose to View a page to redirect to that page on the storefront. Choose Edit to redirect to the Create New Page view, where you can define
Page Content (HTML)
If your store supportsmultiple languages, you will see options to create custom versions of each page for each respective language.
To keep track of changes on your content pages, choose to View Revisions. From the list of changes listed by user and time, you can easily view and roll back to previous versions.
Upload images and documents to your web store via the Content > Assets menu. Assets are automatically uploaded to Amazon S3, leveraging the Cloudfront CDN for maximum performance across regions.
If your Theme supports a storefront Blog, you can view and create Blogs from the Content > Blog menu. Create Categories to organize your blogs into groups, and assign them to Blog Posts.
From the Blog Posts view, choose New Post to create a new Post, or choose Actions > Edit on an existing post to edit the post. Choose from the following options:
Slug (a custom short-form URL)
The Excerpt and Body sections in the editor support HTML and CSS, and will publish the content to your storefront carrying the Store Theme styles. If your store supportsmultiple languages, you will have the option to create custom versions of each blog post for each respective language.
The products in your store's Catalogueeach have a custom product page, which can be designed and styled from the product details view.
For more details on how to create custom product pages, visit the link below.
You may choose to allow your customers to leave reviews on your product pages on the storefront, with the ability to moderate and edit them before publishing. Go to Content > Reviews to view the list of reviews left by customers on the storefront. Sort and filter the list by keyword, date, moderation status and other variables with the Advanced menu.
Via the Actions menu for each review, you can choose to Edit (and manually moderate), View on Site, or Delete a review.
For quick moderation, select one or more reviews from the list and choose from Actions to Reject or Approve them for publishing on the storefront.
Configure Moderation of reviews under Settings > Settings > General. Choose "Moderate Reviews" to require an administrator to verify any reviews left by customers and Approve or Reject them accordingly.