Catalogs are collections of templates. They may have different parameters regarding access control, appearance and lifetime. Full text »

Reducing template file size has a downside – the thumb in the catalog may look unattractive. You can change the default preview and still keep the file small. Full text »

Business users of your web-to-print portal may need “cost center” option to attribute orders to different expense types / accounts. There are 2 options:

  • fixes list of cost centers
  • user-entered cost center Full text »

PDF files generated by our web-to-print software can have custom or generic PDF profile, depending on the product and account type. Full text »

Do you want your web-to-print designs to be found on the site and in through search engines? You have to add a few keywords for this to happen. Adding a few tags to describe the purpose, color, format, mood, feel, style, age group, occasion, process type, etc. will go a long way.

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Templates must adhere to certain rules and limitations. None of them should limit your creativity, though. Full text »

Large number of templates in a single catalog make the menu unreadable because there are too many of them. Use keywords as menu categories to replace the list of templates and aid navigation. Full text »

Every order has a status. This article explains the rules and meanings behind status names. Full text »

As a printer, you can accept payments from your customers online using one of Credit Card Payments Gateways: Full text »

A “designer” is a special account type for people with design skills. Designers can create their own catalogues, upload templates and manage templates for printers. Full text »

“Office manager” has the same privileges as “user” account, except for some additional functionality. Full text »

Tags are simple keywords that help people find what they are looking for on your web-to-print site or through search engines. Full text »