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The module allows you to install a full-fledged basket-based widget tied to your X-Cart store on external sites / domains. To any element of the external site - text, photo, button - you can bind the option "put in the basket." At the same time, adding a product to the cart, the customer does not leave the page, but continues reading.
You can make a blog, article, gallery or landing page additional windows of your online store. This is convenient if you sell complex, special, specific products. Or, if you just want to give the customer more information, more value, stand out among other sellers.
- “add-to-cart” function for any text, image or button
When user presses the buy button the product is added to the cart whilst leaving the user on the same page.
- sticky minicart widget in the top right corner of the page
When user clicks a minicart he is redirected to the shopping cart page on your main X-Cart shop website.
Connect your external website to your X-Cart shop in 2 steps
1st step: connecting external website
2nd step: adding “add-to-cart” function for the button, image or text elements
This module generates links for all products in your X-Cart shop to place on external websites. Use the to append “add-to-cart” functionality for buttons, images and text links on your external websites
The module allows to connect the "Add To The Cart In One Click" function to any page element chosen by you (i.e. a button, a text hyper link and a picture); this can be done on pages allowing for JS code (even located in another domain).
On doing this, a sticky mini-cart icon will appear in a corner of the given static page: the icon indicates the total number of the goods added to the cart and the sum; a click on the icon opens the cart of the main X-Cart site (where customers can see all their added goods and process the order).
Technically speaking, after installation, the module generates a basic embed script (the script is to be placed on a page of an external site) and automatically generates "Add To The Cart" scripts for the goods (they look like hyper links and can be attached to the given elements of the external site / page – to a button, a text, or a picture).
Due to the module there is a huge area for experimenting with various methods of providing and placing information regarding:
- goods and services,
- methods of use / application of the goods,
- problems and needs facing your customers,
- stimulating your product sales using blogs, thematic websites.
All this can be performed with a help of various special design and slicing platforms meant for creating nice-looking, functional and informative pages.
Now you don't have to wait till they are integrated with X-Cart – it's enough to set up the module and insert "Add To The Cart" to the given page