I'm Stuck! Please Help

Good Afternoon! (EST)

I'm fairly new with Drupal, but its pretty straight forward as well. I have gotten over most of my issues with general themes, and stylized issues however I am having one hell of a time with this one.

I have begun to utilize Drupal Commerce, and have made a taxonomy based catalog, product list view, catalog list view, and everything looks the way I would like it to EXCEPT the actual product page.

When a user clicks on a "read more" link to view the actual product + description & to add which size and color they would like to purchase, everything is linear and looks bad.

How would I go about stylizing it to look more like the demo's page


I have tried to locate options in view, and looked over stylizing the page but haven't found a working solution.

How was this done?

Thank you everyone. I've been racking my brain for 2 weeks trying to figure this out, lol.

Posted: Aug 22, 2011


tahiticlic on August 22, 2011

Can you provide a screenshot? Have you tried to customize the node--product.tpl.php file (if you've named the display product content type "product") or at least associated CSS?

robvile on August 25, 2011

I have included these screen shots. The one with no stlying is what I have right now, the second screen shot is just a photoshop mock up of what I want to have.

I don't have a node--product.tpl.php

and my css is jacked the hell up.

robvile on August 29, 2011

But none of that covers the actual working with the CSS, or setting up the look and feel of the product page.

I have been up and down all of the reference material, and it all stops short of what I really need.

There aren't any good tutorials that completely take you through step one to finished product node - and this is getting ridiculous.

robvile on August 31, 2011

Thank you.

I am familiar with both CSS and PHP. New to drupal. However, I went with an easier solution, and seem to be quite happy.

Thank you everyone.

tahiticlic on August 31, 2011

Can you provide the name of this solution?

I think that Commerce is not enough user friendly, and it target very specific people : developer. It is different than Prestashop for instance, which is a crap but it is very user-friendly and a lot of people like it.

Commerce has to be more user-friendly, maybe your experience can help, can you compare your new solution with Commerce?