Importing listings – switching to the Codisto eBay template

When you first import items from eBay to be managed by XpressLister. The description will come across as is and will not include the ImageSmart default Codisto template. This allows you the chance to review your current eBay description to ensure it complies and fits within the constraints of the template before switching over. You […]

Are Xpress Lister Templates Active Content compliant

Xpress Lister includes a default template that is 100% compliant with eBay’s 2017 Active Content changes. If you have edited the template or created/imported your own template, then these may not be compliant. It is your responsibility to ensure any non default templates are compliant prior to the change that is reported to be in June […]

Restoring Codisto default ‘Active Content compliant’ template

If you have made any edits to your template and want to revert to Codisto’s default Active Content compliant template:   1) Click the user icon on the top right.  It will display: 2) Click ‘Template’ and replace HTML code by pasting HTML code (contained in file attached to this article)  3) Click “Save” 4) […]

Free Active Content compliant eBay listings

Xpress Lister 4 Step Basic Guide Introduction What is Active Content – read our guide here At first glance, updating templates on existing listings appears to be a trivial change. However, due to eBay’s architecture for some sellers it can be a challenging process.  This guide explains the challenges faced and the steps required to […]

Free Active Content fix – 4 step Advanced guide

Advanced guide using spreadsheets & Xpress Lister’s export & import feature If you don’t have product descriptions that can be put on a spreadsheet (e.g. your descriptions only reside on your existing eBay listings) or you are not comfortable exporting and importing spreadsheets, see our basic guide here (also contains background to the problems). What […]

Rendering Item Specifics in the template

Item Specifics are available to use in the template.  For example to render an item specific named Warranty in the template, use the format {ItemSpecifics.Warranty}. It is possible to use just {Warranty} but specifying {ItemSpecifics.Warranty} makes sure the item specific is rendered even if there is another field (e.g. a attribute) of the same name.  Item […]