shopp('purchase.item-inputs')

Loops through each purchased item input so that a custom input layout can be specified within the looping block.

This is similar to “The Loop” structure in WordPress for displaying a custom layout for WordPress posts.

Options

Universal Options

All Theme API calls have these options.

  • return: when set to true, 1, or on, this option forces the tag to return the value instead of displaying/echoing the value to the page. Alternatively, prefix the tag parameter with get to get the same effect. All theme api tags that return a boolean value will return by default.
  • echo: when set to false, 0, or off, this option forces the tag to display the value to the page. This is the default for all non-boolean tags.
  • is: when set to true, 1, or on, this option will evaluate the return of the theme api call as a boolean true or false value. See how values are converted to boolean.

Examples

<?php while(shopp('purchase','item-inputs')) { … } ?>

Display the list of purchased item inputs

<?php if(shopp('purchase','item-hasinputs')): ?>
    <ul>
    <?php while(shopp('purchase','item-inputs')): ?>
        <li><?php shopp('purchase','item-input','name'); ?>: <?php shopp('purchase','item-input'); ?></li>
    <?php endwhile; ?>
    </ul>
<?php endif; ?>

This example generates a listing identical to the output created by shopp(‘purchase’,’item-inputs-list’) and provides a base of reference for creating custom markup listings.

See Also

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