Restoring Codisto default 'Active Content compliant' template

If you have made any edits to your template and want to revert to Codisto's default Active Content compliant template:

1) Locate template file location:

Magento Template File Location

The template files are located in: <MAGENTO_BASE_DIR>/app/design/ebay

Any file with a .html extension placed into that directory will be available as a template choice.

WooCommerce Template File Location

The template files are located in: <WORDPRESS_BASE_DIR>/wp-content/ebay

Any file with a .html extension placed into that directory will be available as a template choice.

Files can also be created using the Template editor in the eBay | Codisto menu in Wordpress, by clicking the New Template button. We recommend making a copy of the default.html template to use as the base for your own template design as it contains quite a lot of functionality, which can be more easily leveraged than when starting from scratch.

 

2) Paste HTML (contained in file attached to this article) into file (either new or edit existing).

3) Committing your edits

Click the publish button to commit your template changes. All eBay enabled products with the edited template selected will automatically have their listings updated with the changes.

4) Publishing your template

It is important to commit your template (either for adding new templates or changing existing templates).  You do this by clicking the white eBay button from with the preview template area. 

New templates will not be available to select in XpressGrid until committed.  Changes to existing templates will not take effect until committed.

It is this way, to allow previewing significant template changes without impacting listings.  This way you have control over when to apply the changes.

If you have blank descriptions, please see "  I have created a new template but my listings have blank descriptions", which goes into more detail of what happens if you don't.

Attachment: default.txt

Note: Although template is HTML it has been attached as a .txt file to provide easier access to the HTML source code, which is what needs to be pasted. When it opens in Notepad or similar, simply select all (ctrl+a), copy (ctrl+c) and paste (ctrl+v) as described above