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Old 04-27-2015, 12:07 PM
 
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Does anybody know how to turn the navbar and minicart on the checkout page? I'm sure this is easily accomplished, just not sure which file to find it in. I've been looking, but haven't found what controls it yet.
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Hello Phil,

If you want to display all standard navbars on checkout page, then you can decorate the isCheckoutLayout() method of the \XLite\Controller\Customer\ACustomer class and define it as false.

It should do the trick.

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Hello Phil,

If you want to display all standard navbars on checkout page, then you can decorate the isCheckoutLayout() method of the \XLite\Controller\Customer\ACustomer class and define it as false.

It should do the trick.

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Please forgive me for my ignorance here, but how do I define it as false. I've tried decorating this as you suggested, but I must be doing something wrong. Can you give a little more specific information on how to achieve this.
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Phil,
Do you know how to decorate a class in your own module? If not watch some of my tutorials on the subject. (Link in sig)

That should get you warmed up. After you have your module setup and going you want to decorate the class that Tony referenced above.

Then include this in the code of your decorated class. This should be the only method that you have to define in your class, otherwise the file will be empty except for opening tag, namespace and opening class defintion:

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/** * Return true if checkout layout is used * * @return boolean */ public function isCheckoutLayout() { return false; }
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@Phil,

You may also want to check the KB guide about decoration here:
http://kb.x-cart.com/display/XDD/Step+3+-+applying+logic+changes

If you still have questions after reading and watching, do not be confused and just ask us here. I will be glad to explain the concept in more details if needed.

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Phil,
Do you know how to decorate a class in your own module? If not watch some of my tutorials on the subject. (Link in sig)

That should get you warmed up. After you have your module setup and going you want to decorate the class that Tony referenced above.

Then include this in the code of your decorated class. This should be the only method that you have to define in your class, otherwise the file will be empty except for opening tag, namespace and opening class defintion:

Code:
/** * Return true if checkout layout is used * * @return boolean */ public function isCheckoutLayout() { return false; }
That is basically the code I was trying. Is there something wrong with my namespace maybe?


<?php

namespace XLite\Module\Pmall\PmallSkin\Controller\Customer;

abstract class ACustomer extends \XLite\Controller\AController implements \XLite\Base\IDecorator
{
public function isCheckoutLayout()
{
return false;
}
}
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Old 05-06-2015, 04:49 AM
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What is the name of the file? Is it ACustomer.php? Is it saved in the directory XLite/Module/Pmall/PmallSkin/Controller/Customer/? Does it show up in the var/run after rebuild?
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Oh, I see what is wrong. Your are not extending the right class. You are extending the class that the original ACustomer class extended. You want to extend ACustomer
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Here is my functioning code:
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<?php namespace XLite\Module\Guru\GoUnmanned\Controller\Customer; abstract class ACustomer extends \XLite\Controller\Customer\ACustomer implements \XLite\Base\IDecorator { public function isCheckoutLayout() { return true; } }
The file is saved as: XLite/Module/Guru/GoUnmanned/Controller/Customer/ACustomer.php

I hope it helps.
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Thank you mike
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