wich document?

Remy
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Remy posted this 3 weeks ago

Dear,

I'm working on a site for my customer and i want to give the login page, of the checkout, a little update with php en css. But i can't find wich document it is. I talk about the: https://shop.quartier.nl/index.php?controller=authentication&back=https%3A%2F%2Fshop.quartier.nl%2Findex.php%3Fcontroller%3Dorder%26step%3D1&display_guest_checkout=1 page.

Where can i find the right document and is there a way to find it?

Greetz,
Remy

Dear, I'm working on a site for my customer and i want to give the login page, of the checkout, a little update with php en css. But i can't find wich document it is. I talk about the: https://shop.quartier.nl/index.php?controller=authentication&back=https%3A%2F%2Fshop.quartier.nl%2Findex.php%3Fcontroller%3Dorder%26step%3D1&display_guest_checkout=1 page. Where can i find the right document and is there a way to find it? Greetz, Remy
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 3 weeks ago

Hello Remy,
Unfortunately, I haven't quite understood your request.
What documents do you mean exactly?

You want to share templates for login, checkout pages with the customer?

Gina
Themler Support

Hello Remy, Unfortunately, I haven't quite understood your request. What documents do you mean exactly? You want to share templates for login, checkout pages with the customer? Gina Themler Support
Remy
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Remy posted this 3 weeks ago

Hello,

Now I read it back it's a little weird how I asked it haha. Sorry for that. But where can i find the .tpl file for this page: https://shop.quartier.nl/index.php?controller=authentication&back=https%3A%2F%2Fshop.quartier.nl%2Findex.php%3Fcontroller%3Dorder%26step%3D1&display_guest_checkout=1

screencapture-shop-quartier-nl-index-php-2020-09-10-10-53-56.png

I hope you understand me now.

Greetz,
Remy

Hello, Now I read it back it's a little weird how I asked it haha. Sorry for that. But where can i find the .tpl file for this page: https://shop.quartier.nl/index.php?controller=authentication&back=https%3A%2F%2Fshop.quartier.nl%2Findex.php%3Fcontroller%3Dorder%26step%3D1&display_guest_checkout=1 !screencapture-shop-quartier-nl-index-php-2020-09-10-10-53-56.png! I hope you understand me now. Greetz, Remy
Support Team
Support Team posted this 2 weeks ago

There is no separate template file for login page, or checkout.
Such pages usually use Default template from Themler theme.

If you need to add custom CSS code to Login page, for example, you can use id="authentication" for it, for example:

#authentication p {
color:black;}

Gina
Themler Support

There is no separate template file for login page, or checkout. Such pages usually use Default template from Themler theme. If you need to add custom CSS code to Login page, for example, you can use id="authentication" for it, for example: #authentication p { color:black;} Gina Themler Support
Remy
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Remy posted this 2 weeks ago

Oke good to know. Because i wanted to make 2 columns, where 'create you account' and 'login' is displayed, and one column underneath it where people can check out as guest. But if i want to create that i need to do that with CSS?

Greetz,
Remy

Oke good to know. Because i wanted to make 2 columns, where 'create you account' and 'login' is displayed, and one column underneath it where people can check out as guest. But if i want to create that i need to do that with CSS? Greetz, Remy
Remy
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Remy posted this 2 weeks ago

or is it easier to buy a module who supports a one page checkout?

or is it easier to buy a module who supports a one page checkout?
Support Team
Support Team posted this 2 weeks ago

If you manage ti show all that information (login, register, checkout as a guest) on one page, then we will most likely be able to use CSS to re-arrange it to columns as you described.

But usually users use one-page checkout add-ons.

Gina
Themler Support

If you manage ti show all that information (login, register, checkout as a guest) on one page, then we will most likely be able to use CSS to re-arrange it to columns as you described. But usually users use one-page checkout add-ons. Gina Themler Support
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