The Dynamic Content section within the app appears as shown below. By default, all check boxes are selected, indicating that all tags associated with the dynamic content will be displayed in the client's store for any products tagged accordingly.

This default setting ensures that all relevant tags and associated content are visible on the client's store for products that are appropriately tagged.

You can see what tags are active for a product by clicking on the “Edit product” at the bottom of any product window in your store:  

Your product tags should like something like this:

Enable fitment tables

This is a way for customers to verify that they’re buying the right part. Here is an example of a fitment table as it would appear in your store if you have this box checked in your Content settings

Enable Turn 14 Distribution Categories

You need to have this box checked if you want  to create T14-based collections in your store. Once you have verified that this box is checked in your Content section, you also need to enable the specific Collections you would like in your store’s  admin section. You can create collections based on desired categories from Turn 14 Distribution.

Enable Turn 14 Distribution category path tag

This gives you an alternative to creating collections using the categories method shown above. Instead of creating the Turn 14 category as a collection, we can create categories by using tags. This can be helpful to your web designer, who can use these tags to organize products in your store. 

Some Shopify themes or navigation plugins can use these tags to help your store customers further narrow down their product searches.

Enable Prop65 tags

These tags will show up as “Prop65:Y” or “Prop65:N” in your product tags. Proposition 65 requires businesses to provide warnings to Californians about significant exposures to chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. These chemicals can be in the products that Californians purchase, in their homes or workplaces, or that are released into the environment.

Enable Special Order tags

Another Y/N tag. If you want to include a note saying that something will take longer, or any other type of special order as defined by T14, such as the product not being in stock when you order it, or it will need to be made on demand by T14 so the customer would have to wait — then you should check this box.

Enable Turn 14 Distribution ID tags

Look for tags that look like this: TURN14_<ID>. All Turn 14 products should have a unique Distribution ID tag. Check this box if you want your customers to be able to see the Turn 14 ID tags.

Enable Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) tags

Leave this box checked if you want tags to show whether products are EPA compliant.

Enable Less Than Load (LTL) tags

These also show up as either “Y” or “N”. LTL products tend to be very large and heavy, like axles, bumpers, fenders, hoods, grills and doors. LTL means “Less than load”. If set to “Y” then the purchasing customer will be charged full LTL rates for any such products to ship, so some store owners like to exclude these products to avoid large shipping and delivery charges.

Enable California Air Resources Board (CARB) tags

The California Air Resources Board focuses on California’s unique air quality challenges by setting the state’s own stricter emissions standards for a range of statewide pollution sources including vehicles, fuels and consumer products. If this box is checked, CARB products will be tagged as such.

Enable Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) tags

If this is checked then the MPN (original manufacturer part number) tag will show on products that contain this information in their data.

Enable Convermax fitment tags

Convermax has an excellent YMM search app which can be integrated into your Turn 14 Distribution app. If you are using Convermax to integrate fitment details into your product listings, you can check this box to enable Convermax tags to appear in your product data.