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  1. Only kind of- i have built out the new product pages in unlinked pages, but I still need to edit all of the photos and thumbnails to get it to look uniform. There will be lots more inventory added. How much would code cost to get it added to the product pages so “add to cart” automatically is beneath?
  2. @tuanphan https://goldfish-synthesizer-lgnn.squarespace.com/baby-1 or https://www.thebagboys.com/baby-1. I can't get products to go more than 3 across otherwise the "add to cart" button is smooshed, and I think the only way to get them all uniform-looking is to edit each individual picture. I am leaning toward just paying someone to do the "add to cart" Custom CSS on the product pages instead because this is a headache, any advice?
  3. @tuanphan is there a way to use a cropping handle with product blocks? (Its a super pain to make all of the products be uniform when I insert them on a product block onto a page? So far I am having to edit each image and change their thumbnails to get it to look a little better.)
  4. @TuanPhan, I have a similar question. Is there a way to add the "add to cart" buttons below each product (there is no button to the right so I am assuming the code you listed will not work) ? https://www.thebagboyz.com/boxeddinner. If not, what's the easiest way to do this?
  5. Site URL: http://www.thebagboyz.com I need to make the scheduling block embed within the checkout page, OR embed it onto the form at checkout, OR redirect to scheduler after checkout, OR force the site to first go through scheduling page before checkout. Anything before payment would probably make the user experience a great one... It just has to prompt the customer in a seamless way. Whichever is easier on the backend but still allows me to tweak the Scheduling every once in a while... I am helping a client build essentially a (shipt/instacart to a very small microarea) and we have to be able to deliver (with rules) and add tip-- both for which the Acuity Scheduler accomodates. Right now my custom form has scheduling times for a customer to choose from that doesn't work well, but it doesn't have the constraints that I need like the Scheduler does.
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