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  1. Nancy Whittlesey Today at 15:04 I've set up a page of products for my client. They won't be purchased online— it's only to provide information and pricing. My problem is when someone clicks to the detail page, the breadcrumb only takes them as far back as the category they're in. In this case, it's Windows. Is there a way that I could add to the breadcrumb so they can get back to the main page: DIY Kit Pricing? As it stands, it's pretty confusing for users to navigate. Note, I tried adding the page to the main navigation with a drop down menu of the products, but the clients likes to see all of the products on one page, so that isn't an options. Using the inspection tools I was able to figure out the required html to make it work, but I'm not a coder and don't know where to input it or if it's possible. In the images I'm showing: 1) product landing page, 2) product detail page, 3) where breadcrumb takes you to, 4) what I'd like it to do. Thanks for your help! <nav class="ProductItem-nav"> <div class=“ProductItem-nav-breadcrumb"> <a href="/DIY-Kit-Pricing" class="ProductItem-nav-breadcrumb-link">DIY Kit Pricing</a> <span class="ProductItem-nav-breadcrumb-separator"></span> <a href="/windows" class="ProductItem-nav-breadcrumb-link">Windows</a> <span class="ProductItem-nav-breadcrumb-separator"></span> <a href=“/windows/3-x-3-window-kit" class="ProductItem-nav-breadcrumb-link">3' x 3' window kit</a> </div> </nav>
  2. Hello everyone. I am trying to add something to the start of all my blog posts. Specifically a code block with my breadcrumb in it. I am unsure how to do this in a smart way, as i am not the one writing my blog posts, so i just want the breadcrumb to be there no matter who makes the post. Seems weird to me that you're not able to put in something that'll appear on all blog posts.
  3. Hello, I'm very new to CSS and HTML coding. In fact I'm very new to building a website. Can anyone tell me how I might be able to add breadcrumbs to my sight? Or have any other suggestions for navigation. I'm trying to create and online store the DIY way (because I'm in the UK and don't benefit from SQSP e-commerce). thestitcherymachine.co Thanks in advance people!
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