Configuration: Catalog - Frontend
System > Configuration > Catalog > Catalog > Frontend
The Frontend section lets you configure the format of product lists for your Magento Go store. Options include the list mode, number of products per page, and default sorting method.
|List Mode||Store View||Determines the format of the product list. Options include:
Grid Only: Formats the list as a grid of rows and columns. Each product appears in a single cell of the grid.
List Only: Formats the list with each product on a separate row.
Grid (default) / List: By default, products appear in Grid View.
List (default) / Grid: By default, products appear in List View.
|Products per Page on Grid Allowed Values||Store View||Determines the number of products displayed per in Grid View. To provide a selection of options, enter multiple values separated by commas.|
|Products per Page on Grid Default Value||Store View||Determines the number of products displayed per page by default, in Grid View.|
|Products per Page on List Allowed Values||Store View||Determines the number of products displayed per page by default, in List View. To provide a selection of options, enter multiple values separated by commas.|
|Products per Page on List Default Value||Store View||Specifies the number of products displayed per page in a List default View.|
|Allow All Products per Page||Store View||If set to “Yes,” includes the “ALL” option in the Show per Page control. Options include: Yes / No|
|Product Listing Sort by||Store View||Determines the sort order of the search results list. The selection of options is determined by the display settings of the category and the available attributes. The default options may include:|
Depending on your theme, other attributes can be used to sort the product list. To learn more, see Attribute Frontend Properties.
|Allow Dynamic Media URLs in Products and Categories||Store View||When enabled, lets you include links to dynamic media assets in products and category fields. Options Include:
Yes: Allows you to insert images from Media Storage into product and category description fields. The easiest way to insert a Dynamic Media URL is to use the editor. A Dynamic Media URL is an internal reference, and is formatted like this:
No: Does not permit Dynamic Media URLs to be included in product and category description fields. Any existing links to Dynamic Media URLs become broken links if this setting is later disabled.
Note: Using Dynamic Media URLs can impact the performance of catalog search.