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  • Resolved esquipulas

    (@esquipulas)


    Hi, have some (language) issues to fully understand how are working blocks so choose to ask a direct cuestion here, thanks for understanding.

    My concern is to know :

    1/ if I can add at the bottom of a products block an “see more” link/button to allow the visitor to display next products ;

    2/ if it’s possible to “link” blocks beetween them. I explain, if I use two blocks of the same selection (category by example), have in the first block products 1 to 10 and in the second 11 to 20, etc.

    Hope I’m clear. As said, maybe these answers are somewhere in the documentation available but didn’t find it.

    Thanks by advance,

    Regards,

    Eric

    • This topic was modified 8 months ago by esquipulas.
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  • Thread Starter esquipulas

    (@esquipulas)

    To be a little more specific, my concern is to create a products page like that by example and was trying to understand if blocks allow it.

    Plugin Support Sunday Ukafia (a11n)

    (@sukafia)

    Hi @esquipulas,

    I confirm you can create that with blocks. You can use the column block to specify the layout, use the products block to display the product, and the button block to add buttons and call to action.

    If you’re not familiar with block, you can also consider going for a theme that has that layout.

    I did a quick test here using the above-mentioned blocks (took less than 5 mins to create)

    I hope this helps!

    Thread Starter esquipulas

    (@esquipulas)

    Hi @sukafia thanks for answer. Test is ok but how do you write the products “chain”, meaning that showing product 1 and 2 in row 1, then 3 and 4 in row 2, and so on ?

    Thanks by advance !

    Plugin Support Sunday Ukafia (a11n)

    (@sukafia)

    Hmmm… šŸ¤” That’s where it gets tricky.

    You can either add the products to categories and display them through categories/tags (Products by Category or Products by tag block) or use the “hand-picked” products block which will allow you to select the products to show. (So you can skip some products). šŸ¤ž

    Thread Starter esquipulas

    (@esquipulas)

    Hi @sukafia thanks for feedback and sorry for late answer. As you said … tricky. Surely I can use your suggestions but not very good to have it on each catalog page. Anyway, thanks for clarifying me this point.

    Plugin Support 3 Sons Development – a11n

    (@3sonsdevelopment)

    Hi @esquipulas,

    I’m glad that helps clear this up a bit. If you have any questions, please feel free to come back and open up a new thread. We’d be happy to help out.

    Cheers

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