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  1. Site URL: https://skywavegin.com/shop Hi everyone. Is it possible for a product item (on a product page) to link to another page, rather than to the usual subsequent product item page? I have multiple shop pages, and I want one of the "product items" to be a link to one of the other shop pages rather than a product item itself. Is this possible?
  2. And I have one other (possibly different) question. Is it possible for a product item (on a product page) to link to another page. So, rather than the item opening the product item page, it goes to another page? I have a number of product pages, and want to link an apparent product item to another product page.
  3. Sorry to be dim, but I can't find the updated code? Where is it please?
  4. Brilliant, thank you. Only just seen this, apologies for the bump! 🙂
  5. Hi @creedon, this is brilliant thank you! Is there any way to make it open in a new window...?
  6. I'm keen to understand how to do this. Link to demo is great - but how can it be done please?
  7. We created a workaround by adding it to the shipping option. For example: Shipping Option 1: First Class Shipping (£6.50) Shipping Option 2: First Class Shipping + Gift Wrapping (£7.50) It's not particularly elegant but it's working well for us. Our site is at skywavegin.com
  8. We created a workaround by adding it to the shipping option. For example: Shipping Option 1: First Class Shipping (£6.50) Shipping Option 2: First Class Shipping + Gift Wrapping (£7.50) It's not particularly elegant but it's working well for us. Our site is at skywavegin.com
  9. Hi Zoe and Paul, In the v7.0 Brine family, I have managed to style the checkout button using the following code: body .checkout button.CheckoutButton-checkoutButton-3yWY2 { display:block; font-size: 13px; text-transform: uppercase; letter-spacing: 2px; color:#231f74; font-weight: 700; font-style: normal; line-height: normal; opacity:1; text-align: center; width: auto; height: auto; text-decoration: none; padding: 9px 20px; background-color: white; border-radius: 3px; transition: .1s opacity linear; cursor: point
  10. Hi again @Hickory, Markdown uses standard HTML, so to add an extra space, use &nbsp as in the following example: <body> Your`&nbsp`text`&nbsp`here </body> Don't use the quote marks, and put a ';' after each (I couldn't get this system to just let me type that!) You can put as many in sequence as you like, each adds a 'non (line) breaking space'. Centreing is just as easy. Use the style "text-align: center" as follows in any tag (note US spelling of 'center'): <div style="text-align:center">This text will be centred. <p>So wil
  11. Hi @Hickory. Use a markdown, not a text box. In the markdown use code like this: <div class="boxBorder"> Your text here... </div> Then in the custom css use the following code, adjusting the values for size and colour as you wish: .boxBorder { border: 2px solid #990066; padding: 10px; outline: #990066 solid 5px; outline-offset: 5px; } Hope this works for you.
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