We have been using the template builder for a while and it’s great … but, a couple of weeks ago we changed our domain name and had to re-list everything on Ebay so that the main product picture would show in the body of the listing … that’s fixed fine but the store logo that is inside the template is no longer showing (see attached screenshot or look at http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayI…..CA:GB:1123
Is there a way of fixing this without having to re-do the template builder code and paste it back into all our listings ?
You have two main options.
First off is to upload the image so that it works on the oath that you were using previously.
Secondly, look for the logo URL in your template in M2E Pro and change, then revise the listings.
Or another option is to use the template builder again to recreate the template from scratch.
Thanks for the help.
I edited the description policy to replace URL path from old to new domain.
… I’ll let m2epro do its regular review of listings to see if it fixes stuff automatically and, if not, I’ll force a listings revision.
You know that house rule of yours (there’s no such thing as dumb question … etc) … well, have to apologise I seem to have more dumb questions than most …
one day, maybe, I will be Obi-Wan Kenobi of Magento then questions you ask of me can.
Not a dumb question at all I wouldn’t have known the exact way to alter the URL path if it wasn’t for Matt’s post :)
Anyway if there were no questions there would be no need for these forums, which would be a shame :)
Do let us know if the image revised ok
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