Prostores Source Editor is coming back!

Many of us have asked for it and Prostores has responded. Prostores is bringing back the source editor for the following page templates: StoreFront, CatalogList and CatalogDetails. You can read more about that here:
In the mean time, you can have source editor like ability on these pages controlled by the Page Builder by adding a source panel to a page in the builder and removing any of the other panels that you may not need. As an example, let’s say that you would like to have a custom designed Catalog List. You can edit the Catalog List in the Page Builder, remove the existing List Panel, and then add in a source panel. Now that you have this source panel, you can add SSML, HTML and CSS to create your own custom catalog list. What is really nice is that the source panel allows any valid SSML for that given page. I.e. if a particular ssml object was available on the old catalog list page template, then it’s available in the source panel on the catalog list page managed in the Page Builder. But wait, who remembers all of the old SSML to generate a catalog list?
Check out this post PS created.
If you are looking for old or sample ssml for homepage, catalog list and catalog details you will find many great examples on the thread listed above.

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