Adding iDeal logo into the footer

New Member
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Hi Pallavi

Your code does not exist in my site liquid footer assets area. See my screenshot for waht is showing. Please can you provide accurate guidance now so that I can resolve this.

 

Screen Shot 2019-08-06 at 9.44.53 AM.png

 

As shown above this is the code that I see:
<div class="grid__item one-half small--one-whole">
{% if section.settings.show_payment_icons %}
<div class="grid__item site-footer__payment-icons">
{% unless shop.enabled_payment_types == empty %}
<span class="visually-hidden">{{ 'general.payment.method' | t }}</span>
<ul class="payment-icons list--inline site-footer__icon-list">
{% for type in shop.enabled_payment_types %}
<li class="payment-icon">
{{ type | payment_type_svg_tag: class: 'icon icon--full-color' }}
</li>
{% endfor %}
</ul>
{% endunless %}
</div>

 

Please advise how I get the iDeal logo to display alongside the other payment option logos int the footer.

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New Member
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Hi Pallavi 

 

Can you please assign this to another community partner that can help me? I'm not sure how these tasks get assigned but I am making no progress here as i am not getting a response from you. This item is still unresolved - no solutions provided to date have worked.

KRs

Kyle

 

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Shopify Partner
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Replace the above screenshot code with 

<div class="grid__item site-footer__payment-icons">
<img src="{{ 'payemnt_methods.png' | asset_img_url: '300x' }}" >
</div>

try this once or else shopify community people will help you. 

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New Member
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That is the same code as you provided previously?

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Shopify Partner
908 128 122

You mean to say that this is not working for you.

 

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New Member
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yes - as mentioned previously in our thread it did not resolve what I am trying to achieve... 

 

Here is that result 

 

Screen Shot 2019-08-12 at 11.30.10 AM.png

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