Version 3.3.2 includes a completely reworked set of JSP templates featuring HTML5 and based on Twitter Bootstrap 3.
The new set of default templates is located in the
However, if you are upgrading from a previous version, to maintain backwards compatibility, your store will
continue to use the original set of default templates, in
result is you can install the upgrade without worry that your pages will break. We will continue to support and maintain
the default-xhtml set of templates for a period of time; however, at a future point in time we will
Note: There is one change required if you are upgrading and continue to use the
You must rename this file:
/WEB-INF/layouts/default-xhtml/customer/addresses.jsp to this name:
/WEB-INF/layouts/default-xhtml/customer/accountddressesLayout.jsp. If that file has been
customized in the
/WEB-INF/layouts/custom directory, you must rename it there, too.
If you would like to take advantage of the new default templates, you can switch after upgrading. Under the
Settings -> Display screen, modify the "Base Layout" setting to "default-html5". Doing so may
break your pages, if you have created custom templates that interact with the default templates. We recommend you go
through your custom templates as part of the process of switching, and rework them to conform to the HTML code of
the new set of defaults.