Firstly thanks for the detailed guides that you provide, so detailed that this is my first direct enquiry for some time. I now have a fully functioning online business thanks to understandinge, however I now seek direct help having run into an issue that after much searching I cannot find any conclusive answer to, the problem is listing to eBay using M2epro.
Is there a way of getting the iframe included in my listings?
If you need to analyse the issue compare my listing 251678858919
to another sellers listing 141241514007
Any advice would be much appreciated.
IFrames is one place I won’t go I’m afraid. Also looking at that sellers listing they’re not using an iframe, that data they have, has been listed with when they made the listing.
Hello Matt, I’ve been thinking about this from a different angle, ‘the EAN’.
It appears to me that eBay will populate the description with details from its database if an EAN is provided. If this is the case then I can use eBay’s description instead of the Data providers (Icecat).
I’ve found further down the selling page the option of ‘Use Description From eBay Catalog’, so if this is the case I would need to look at altering the description in Listing/selling/description source, any advice on how to include withing the understandinge listing template.
This wouldn’t affect the template area as using a ePID would add in the extra product information above the listing where the item specifics are.
An example is here: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/151008270113
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