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  1. Site URL: https://www.asiawest.net/ Hi there! I created a site for an imports store selling furniture, home decor, architectural salvage, textiles, etc. Any and all feedback on site content, style, design, and UX would be greatly appreciated before we announce our official launch! Thanks! https://www.asiawest.net/
  2. I tried this, but it seems when I add the whole block of code, one after another, then it doesn't work for any of the categories. Am I doing something wrong?
  3. Site URL: https://www.asiawest.net/ Hi there! I have a question about site speed. I'm using Google's Pagespeed Insights feature and noticing that many of my pages are not optimized to load quickly. Aside from the suggestion to "Eliminate Render-Blocking Resources", which I've read is not something I can change, the biggest things slowing down my site are my images not being in "next-gen format" and not being properly sized. How do I know what size is optimal to save my images at without compromising image quality? Is this something I can do in Photoshop when I go in to save my images in a new format (JPEG 2000, as Google suggests)? I am kicking myself for not doing this earlier and not having images properly sized before uploading, but I'd like to resolve this as painlessly as possible now. Any help is greatly appreciated!
  4. I just tried this and it's not changing the font size. For reference, this is what I want to change. Do you notice how small these areas of text are in both my contact summary block and Mailing List form?
  5. Site URL: https://www.asiawest.net/ Hi! I have some products listed on my site that are not available for online purchase, and I would like to get rid of the Add to Cart button on these product's pages. Somebody suggested this code: .sqs-add-to-cart-button { display: none !important;} However, this removes the Add to Cart button on every product page, and I only want it to remove the button on certain products (say, products that are tagged "in-store" or that have 0 inventory). Is this possible? Thank you!
  6. @tuanphan Do you have any ideas on how I could change the text size of the captions in these galleries and summaries? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!!
  7. This worked! Thank you so much for your help! How would I do this for more than just one category? For example, if I want to change products with the tag "store" to say "In-store Only", and products with the tag "seasonal" to say "Seasonal Item", while leaving everything else to say "Out of Stock"? How would I add multiple categories using the code in your blog post?
  8. Thank you for this! Is there a way to apply this only to certain items in my shop? Some items are available for online purchase, so I do want them to have the Add to Cart button and wouldn't want to get rid of it for all of my products. Perhaps there's a way using tags? Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks 🙂
  9. Yes, I have two that I'm referring to: https://www.asiawest.net/contact (the contact icons on this page) https://www.asiawest.net/ (in the "Our Products" section) THANK YOU!
  10. Perfect! On a similar note... what code would I use to change the text size of captions in photo galleries and summaries? THANK YOU!
  11. Site URL: https://www.asiawest.net/ Hi there. I have a custom form for customers to fill out when they click the add to cart button on certain products (example). The font size is so small you can barely read it! Could somebody provide me with some code to increase the font size? Thank you!
  12. Site URL: https://www.asiawest.net/ I created a website for a furniture store, and we have over 500 product listings on our site. Some products are available for online purchase through our "Shop" page, and others are not, and are listed in our "Product Gallery" page. My "Shop" is set up with normal product pages. My "Product Gallery" is also set up with product pages, but I set inventory to 0 and changed the text of the Add to Cart button to say "Not Available for Online Purchase". I chose to separate these two pages to make it clear to the customer what is and is not available for online purchase, but I don't know if this is the best way to lay it out. I am concerned that customers will be confused by the difference between the Shop and Product Gallery pages. I wouldn't want somebody navigating to the shop page, thinking that it shows all of our products, and neglecting to view other products on the Product Gallery page, or vice versa. I had an idea for how to reorganize this: Get rid of the "Product Gallery" page and list all products under the "Shop" page, even though some are not technically able to be "shopped". Customers would only find out upon navigating to a specific product's page whether or not that item is available to buy online, as it would either display the "Add to Cart" button or "Not Available for Online Purchase" button. With this idea, I would probably add a popup that would display when you navigate to a shop page. This popup would explain that not all items are available for online purchase. Does this alternate idea seem easier for customers to understand? I would love advice on this from anybody else who has a mixture of products that are/aren't available online. Is there a way to use tags to show what is and is not available for online purchase when you're scrolling on a product page? Thank you for any ideas or advice!!
  13. Site URL: https://www.asiawest.net/ I have set up an e-commerce site, which is not yet set up for checkout, because we are still editing some products. We are realizing now that we do not want every product listed to be available for online purchase. For example, some of our products are large pieces of furniture, and we would want a customer to call or email us to inquire about those products, rather than buying online. However, I want those products to still show up in the shop, but with a button that would lead them to call or email us for more information, rather than having them add that item to their cart. I know I could do this by creating a gallery page that could just show all of the products not available for online purchase, but I still want these products to be set up just like my product pages. Is this possible? Is there a way to disable the Add to Cart button only on certain products? Thank you for any help or suggestions!
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