I'm trying to add a button at the bottom of each blog post that says "View Store" or something similar. I don't want the Shopify Buy button, as it's not the functionality I want. I just want the button to take the reader to my main product page that shows all my products. I've tried adding liquid code, but since the blog doesn't use a normal page template, I was unable to use this article (https://www.shopify.com/partners/blog/building-a-clickable-call-to-action-button-for-your-shopify-th...). Any ideas on how I can do this?
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This is Max from the Shopify Team.
It looks like what you might be after is adding some simple html code to your blog post. This should be accessible within the rich text editor on your post. Here's a quick doc on how to access this.
If you're unsure how to create a button using HTML a quick Google search should help. I find this resource is pretty useful for simple coding techniques.
If learning code is something you're keen to do, I'd suggest checking out this blog post for some more details - Want to Learn to Code? Here Are 5 Places to Start for Free.
Let us know if that's helpful!
I'm currently working on a new app for embedding products in your blog functionality, you can check it out here:
It's pending review at the moment, but you can already install it as a non listed app if you want, there is currently a 30 free trial, and I'm looking for some more feedback on the app.
Install it from here: http://blogproducts.checkmyapp.net
Let me know what you think.
As an update, this app was put on hold for the past month because I had a lot of work on my other app displaying inventory by location
We will start continuing improving the blog product tagger app now, and will post updates here.
I'm happy to announce that my app is now listed in the app store! We added some nice new features:
Add to cart button in quick view
Now your customer will be able to add the product to their cart directly from the blog page
See exactly which products have been clicked in your articles, and how many times they were added to your cart!