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The  colour choice for the "sale price" inside the block can be changed in design page. however the "sale price" in the gallery cannot ? Is there a code for this as well for both views via compter and mobile? these are features that i am surprised are not automatically included in the plan per template. 

Also there are only 2 badges embedded in the programming-->  one is SALE as shown in the attachement and the other is SOLD OUT. there should be atleast 3 so CLEARANCE can be included or PRE-ORDER , or NEW so items stand-out for the consumer. 

Anyhow, so just to make the SALE PRICE in gallery red would help.  see attachment where arrow is indicating.

thanks

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13 minutes ago, maxi said:

The colour choice for the "sale price" inside the block can be changed in design page. however the "sale price" in the gallery cannot ? Is there a code for this as well for both views via compter and mobile?

As you're using a Summary Block grid to display these products, you can highlight the sale prices in red by adding the following to Design > Custom CSS:

.summary-item.on-sale .summary-price .product-price>.sqs-money-native {
  color: red!important;
}

This works because in a Summary Block, sale products have the class on-sale.

 

13 minutes ago, maxi said:

Also there are only 2 badges. One is SALE as shown in the attachment and the other is SOLD OUT. There should be at least 3 so CLEARANCE can be included or PRE-ORDER , or NEW so items stand-out for the consumer.

I wrote a guide to adding custom status badges that explains how to do this on your Brine-family template. See Adding a custom status badge to Squarespace Products. I hope you find this helpful.

 

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8 hours ago, paul2009 said:

As you're using a Summary Block grid to display these products, you can highlight the sale prices in red by adding the following to Design > Custom CSS:


.summary-item.on-sale .summary-price .product-price>.sqs-money-native {
  color: red!important;
}

This works because in a Summary Block, sale products have the class on-sale.

 

I wrote a guide to adding custom status badges that explains how to do this on your Brine-family template. See Adding a custom status badge to Squarespace Products. I hope you find this helpful.

 

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great.. will check it out. thank you for the info . .will apply the CSS as well. 

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Hello there.. we had to reset styles to default the programming you shared that added --> continue shopping button . no longer is working . any advice ? I tried to re-enter and it didnt work 

can you advise ?

Thank you

 

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On 4/13/2021 at 12:33 AM, maxi said:

Hello there.. we had to reset styles to default the programming you shared that added --> continue shopping button . no longer is working . any advice ? I tried to re-enter and it didnt work 

can you advise ?

Thank you

 

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Also .. in the quickview lightbox the "X" closing x is waaaaaaaay out right  see attachement . how can that be moved to the left so its acutally on the lightbox ?? not sure how that was developed / positioned like that . i tried to find way to move it in DESIGN mode but no success 

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