Offcanvas Section

You can publish whatever you want in the Offcanvas Section. It can be any module or particle.

By default, the available module positions are offcanvas-a and offcanvas-b but you can add as many module positions as you want from the Layout Manager.

You can also add the hidden-phone module class suffix to your modules so they do not appear in the Offcanvas Section when the site is loaded on a mobile device.

List All Langvars

  • For the default language: send a GET request to /api/langvars/:

    GET /api/langvars/
    

    The default language is the Backend default language under Settings → Appearance.

  • For a specific language: send a GET request to /api/languages/<lang_id>/langvars/:

    GET /api/languages/1/langvars/
    

    or:

    GET /api/langvars/?sl=en
    

This request returns the list of language variables with their names and values.

Response Format

Let’s make a test request:

GET /api/languages/1/langvars

If the request is successful, you’ll receive HTTP/1.1 200 OK. The response is JSON with the following data:

{
 "langvars": [
    {
     "value": "Enable support of fraud notification",
     "name": "2co_enable_fraud_verification"
    },
    {
     "value": "Status for orders with failed fraud review",
     "name": "2co_fraud_fail"
    },
    {
     "value": "Status for orders waiting for fraud review",
     "name": "2co_fraud_wait"
    },
    {
     "value": "3-D Secure",
     "name": "3d_secure"
    },
    {
     "value": "The 404 Not Found error message",
     "name": "404"
    },
    {
     "value": "Absolute",
     "name": "absolute"
    },
    {
     "value": "Accept",
     "name": "accept"
    },
    {
     "value": "Accept products",
     "name": "accept_products"
    },
    {
     "value": "Access denied",
     "name": "access_denied"
    },
    {
     "value": "You don't have permission to access the page.",
     "name": "access_denied_text"
    }
 ],
 "params": {
    "page": 1,
    "items_per_page": "10",
    "total_items": "4673"
 }
}

Get a Specific Langvar

  • For the default language: send a GET request to /api/langvars/<name>:

    GET /api/langvars/access_denied
    

    The default language is the Backend default language under Settings → Appearance.

  • For the specific language: send a GET request to /api/languages/<lang_id>/langvars/<name>:

    GET /api/languages/1/langvars/access_denied/
    

    or:

    GET /api/langvars/access_denied/?sl=en
    

Response Format

HTTP/1.1 200 OK and JSON with the details of the language variable:

{
 "lang_code": "en",
 "name": "access_denied",
 "value": "Access denied"
}

Langvar Details

The fields below represent various language details.

The CS-Cart/Multi-Vendor REST API always accepts and returns data as strings and arrays/objects. The Values column in the table merely shows what kind of data you can expect in the fields.

Field Values Description
lang_code string The two-letter language code, for example, en.
name string The name of the language variable.
value string The value of the language variable for the language with the specified lang_code.

Create a Langvar

  • For the default language: send a POST request to /api/langvars/:

    POST /api/langvars/
    

    The default language is the Backend default language under Settings → Appearance.

  • For the specific language: send a POST request to /api/languages/<lang_id>/langvars/:

    POST /api/languages/1/langvars/
    

    or:

    POST /api/langvars/?sl=en
    

Pass the following fields with language details in the HTTP request body in accordance with the Content-Type. Required fields are marked with *.

  • name*—the internal name of the language variable in CS-Cart/Multi-Vendor. This is the name you use when you want to get the details of the language variable via REST API.

    Use numbers, underscores, and lowercase letters of the ISO basic Latin alphabet <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_basic_Latin_alphabet> in the name of the language variable.

  • value—the value of the language variable. This is the actual text that people see on the storefront or in the Administration panel.

Example JSON

{
 "name": "test_variable",
 "value": "This is the text that will appear instead of the language variable for the specified language."
}

Response Format

  • The language variable has been created successfully: HTTP/1.1 201 Created and the name of the language variable:

    {
     "name": "test_variable"
    }
    
  • The language variable couldn’t be created: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request.

Update a Langvar

To update the details of the language variable, send a PUT request to /api/languages/<lang_id>/langvars/<name>. For example:

PUT /api/languages/1/langvars/test_variable/

or:

PUT /api/langvars/test_variable/?sl=en

Pass the value of the language variable in the HTTP request body in accordance with the passed Content-Type.

Example JSON

{
 "value": "This is the changed text of the language variable."
}

Response Format

  • The language variable has been created: HTTP/1.1 200 OK and the ID of the language:

    {
     "name": "test_variable"
    }
    

    If the language variable doesn’t exist, it will be created.

  • The language variable couldn’t be created: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request.

Delete a Langvar

To delete a language variable, send a DELETE request to /api/langvars/<name>. For example:

DELETE /api/langvars/test_variable/

This request will delete the language variable with name=test_variable.

The language variable will be deleted for all languages.

Response Format

  • The language variable has been deleted successfully: HTTP/1.1 204 No Content.
  • The language variable couldn’t be deleted: HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request.
  • The language variable doesn’t exist: HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found.