SureDone has several storefront themes which can be customized with your logo, colors, categories and more for a low cost. In addition, at a higher cost, we can take most any template available online and convert it for use with a SureDone storefront.


Our process is as follows:

  1. We'll send you a list of our standard storefront themes. You'll let us know whether you would like to use one of these standard themes, or would prefer to use a template from elsewhere.
  2. If you would like to use one of our standard themes, we'll set you up with an Internet site to tell us about the pages you'd like, the categories you want to include, logos, images, colors and more.
  3. After you fill out the information, we'll provide you with a final price for your customized site.
  4. Once you approve this and we receive payment, we'll start work on your site. Generally, most sites are complete within 2-3 weeks depending on the changes you'd like to make.
If you'd like to use a template selected off the web the process is slightly different and we'll walk you through what needs to be done.

We've had a number of customers ask us about how to fill out the categories spreadsheet. We're including some information below that should help.

In the sample file we provide (after you've picked a template), the header looks like:



The "navtitle" column represents what you want to show in the sidebar as text. The title represents what you want to show in the title bar for the tab in Firefox or Chrome, and how you want the title to appear in Google. We'll talk about the level in a moment. The category maps to the category in your item under the storefront section. Items may belong to a category and also subcategories, so if you look in the attached file - anything that is in the category "props" will show up when you click props. If it's in Props and Mercury, the item will show up when you click either props or mercury. Take a look at the picture below:



If you now look at the item inside SureDone:



You'll see their corresponding categories. So - this particular part would show up whether you clicked on "Outboard Parts" (level 1), or whether you dig deeper - "Outboard parts: Mercury Outboard" (level 2), "Outboard parts:Mercury Outboard: Mercury Parts By HP or MODEL" (level 3) or "Outboard Parts:Mercury Outboard: Mercury Parts By HP or MODEL 115 Hp EFI 4 Stroke Mercury 2013" (level 4). This is what the levels are. 


The navorder represents where you want the subcategory to fall in the list. For example, if you have 4 subcategories under Outboard Parts, you'd tell us which one you want first by putting a 1 under navorder. Navdisplay just represents whether you actually want to show the item in the category list or not.


Let's say you had a list of categories with Men at the top and shirts as a category underneath it. You might also want polo, button collar and t-shirt under shirts, and under polo you might want meshed or solid. Your spreadsheet might look like:


action=add

cis

navtitle

title

level

category1

category2

category3

category4

navorder

navdisplay



Mens

Mens

1

Mens




1

1



Shirts

Men’s Shirts

2

Mens

Shirts



1

1



Polo

Men’s Polo Shirts

3

Mens

Shirts

Polo


1

1



Meshed

Meshed Polo Shirts

4

Mens

Shirts

Polo

Meshed

1

1



Solid

Solid Polo Shirts

4

Mens

Shirts

Polo

Solid

2

1



Button Collar

Men’s Button Collar Shirts

3

Mens

Button Collar



2

1



T-Shirts

Men’s T-Shirts

3

Mens

T-Shirts



3

1


This means that Level 1 (as shown in the image above with the levels) would be Mens. At level 2, underneath Mens, you would see "Shirts". At level 3, to the right of shirts, you would see "Polo", "Solid", "Button Collar" and "T-Shirts" in a box - in that non-alphabetical order since you selected that as the navorder. Then, under Polo (like level 4 above) you'd see smaller headings of "Meshed" and "Solid" - once again in that order. This is what the above table would end up looking like:




When you provide us an accurate category list, we can generate the category list located under Storefront / Categories in the user interface.