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PeterCBlanchard

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  1. Ah, sorry - you don't see it because I hid it with this code: .show-product-item-nav #productWrapper #productNav { display: none; } If I remove that code and use the same footer code injection you mentioned above will it work on my site? Thank you!
  2. Site URL: http://www.manifestphoto.com By default product pages have a "back to shop" link on them, but instead of going back to the sales page I have built (where I have products listed using summary blocks), it goes back to the source product list that I am drawing products from. I was able to hid the "back to shop link" using the following CSS: .show-product-item-nav #productWrapper #productNav { display: none; } However I am wondering if there is a way to change the target instead of hiding it so that it will take people back to the page they came from? This would be much better! I would be find with either being able to specify the exact URL, or with simply making it behave like the browser's "back" button, since either one will put them back on the sales page. My store page is: https://manifestphoto.com/pandemic-art-sale I'm on the Bedford template. I am hoping @tuanphan or another expert can help me. Thank you so much!!
  3. I am trying to do the same thing, but also do not see "Products: Status Badges" in the Site Styles sheet. I'm on the Bedford template . . . is it supposed to be there?
  4. I am trying to do something similar, but this isn't working for me. Can you make any suggestion to turn the "Sold Out" label turn red on my products? https://manifestphoto.com/pandemic-art-sale Thank you so much!
  5. This only works if you are coding the link yourself. You can't put that stuff in the Clickthrough URL for an image . . . when I try it tells me to please enter a valid URL.
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