Configure Items Displayed

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The Item Catalog element can be customized to specifically Configure The Items Displayed using conditions to include or exclude items.

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Clicking the Configure button for the Items Displayed property opens the Select Items popup window where you can set the conditions you want used for the specific Item Catalog.

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An example default Auction Catalog configuration of the Item Catalog.

Clicking the Add Conditions button will pop open a window with the options available for specifying which items should be displayed.

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Add Condition

All Items

Displays All Items. This is the default condition when inserting an Item Catalog.

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Items with types

This will display items based on their specific Item Types. The default for this condition displays the "Biddable" item types (Silent Items, Live Items, and Online Items).

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INFORMATION

This Condition is the default used by the Pre-built Section for Auction Catalog where only "Biddable" items (What Are Biddable Items?) are displayed.

Items matching tags

This will display items based on the Tags that have been associated with the item.

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INFORMATION

This Condition is the default used by the Pre-built Section for Raffle Tickets where the RAFFLE tag is being used.

Items without tags

This will display all of the items that do not have a tag associated with them.

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Item categories

This will display items based on the Item Categories that have been associated with the item.

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Items in Raffle

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This "Condition" opens with a specific reminder to finish configuring the option.

Clicking on the Items in Raffle row will open its secondary configuration panel.

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An example taken from a demonstration event.

THe secondary panel will show the existing Raffles that have been created. See  ∞ Raffles for more information.

Clicking on an existing Raffles will select that raffle and complete the condition setup.

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An example taken from a demonstration event.

The setting still needs to be saved by clicking on the Save button.

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An example taken from a demonstration event.

Items matching search term

This condition allows you to set a specific search term that can be found in the item title.

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Items open for bidding

This will display the items currently open for bidding.

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Items closed for bidding

This will display the items currently closed for bidding.

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Items marked 'Show in default web purchase element'

This will display those items that have the option Show in default web purchase element enabled in their item details summary tab.

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See Edit Item Details for more information on setting the For Sale Items option.

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INFORMATION

This Condition is the default used by the Pre-built Section for Ticket Sales.

Items marked 'Highlight'

This will show items with Highlight item enabled in the Item Details Summary tab Options panel.

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Ticket Items

This option is used to display items that are Tickets only.

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Raffle Tickets

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This condition will display all Raffle Tickets for the event.

For Sale Items that are not tickets

This works as the opposite of Ticket Items.

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Sponsorship Items

This will show items with Is sponsorship enabled in the Item Details Summary tab For Sale Items panel.

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For Sale Items that are not sponsorships

This works as the opposite of Sponsorship Items.

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Choose specific items

This condition allows you to select specific individual items to be displayed in the catalog.

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Multiple Conditions

Multiple Conditions can be applied to a catalog. When there are more than one condition set in a catalog, for an item to be displayed it will need to meet ALL of those conditions that have been applied to the Item Catalog.

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An example, in edit mode, where "Biddable" items also need to have a specific (undefined) tag as well.


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Last Revised: December 2022