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PhilB

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  1. I'm looking for an answer to this too as at the moment only about 50% of people who click add to cart are actually going to checkout and completing the order. From some user feedback we have received some users aren't sure what the next step in the process is i.e. they don't know that they have to click on the cart at the top of the site to go through to checkout. So is there a way of adding a checkout button on the actual product pages?
  2. Hi, it should work. I am using the same code but I've used the .tag-onhold on mine instead of .tag-hidecart, as I use it for products that are on hold. Be sure to use the tag 'hidecart' on each product you want this to affect.
  3. You could check out this piece of CSS https://sf.digital/squarespace-solutions/how-can-i-make-some-prices-poa-on-squarespace-71 If you want to hide the 'add to cart' button on individual products amend the code so that the description after the .tag- is something like hidecart and then tag whatever product you want to remove 'add to cart' with 'hidecart'. You can change this wording to whatever you like but always keep the .tag- part. For example: /* Hide the add-to-cart button */ .tag-hidecart .ProductItem-summary .ProductItem-details { .sqs-add-to-cart-button-wrapper, .product-quantity-input { display: none; } } Hopefully my amendment should work. Thanks to SF Digital for the original code.
  4. I'm having this exact same issue too. I tried the custom CSS above and while it goes some way to providing a solution i.e. the product categories top bar is also visible on individual category pages, the formatting doesn't look good and the 'All/' category is still visible. It doesn't format at all on mobile. Any more answers/solutions? It seems like a very basic feature that SqSp should have included in 7.1 from the offset.
  5. I've just figured it out. For anyone else who might like to know. Add a headline section under the header for that particular page, this will then appear as a background image behind the entire header and the height can be adjusted by adding or deleting spacers.
  6. Hi there, I would like to add a background image to the top banner on my products page on SQSP 7.1 site. I can't find an obvious way to do this as the media tab that is in 7.0 is missing. Is there a way to do this with custom code or any other means that I'm missing? Here is a screen shot to show what I mean. Many thanks Phil
  7. Thanks you, that plugin looks to do exactly what I was needing 🙂
  8. I want the second button to click through to an enquiry form, but I would like the button to run alongside the 'add to cart' button - see attached mock up. Is there any custom code that would enable me to do this?
  9. I'm finalising building a new site for a new business which I'm about to launch. I'm using the Crosby template in 7.1. I need to be able to add a second button alongside or beneath the default 'add to cart' button on my product pages. Does anyone have any idea how I can do this? I've searched but so far have been unable to find an answer. It seems like it should be a fairly simple thing to do hopefully. Any help much appreciated. Many thanks. Phil
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