shopify cart items
1. Add a new section for the Ajax cart
- Go to the Edit Code sections
- Add a new section and name it My Cart
- Add some basic code for the cart section, including links to product titles, prices, quantity buttons, and the final price for each item.
2. Include the Ajax cart in the theme
- Include it in the themeliquid template file
- Add the data-adjects-cart section attribute to the cart section so that Liquid Ajax Cart identifies it.
3. Improve the user experience
- Use the request in progress body CSS class to highlight the cart when it's updating
- Use the form in progress CSS class to show loading indicators in product forms
- Add a remove button for the cart items
- Hide the cart item counter when it's zero
4. Display error messages for limited products
- Use the form error data attribute to show error messages when users try to add limited products to the cart.
26 - Update Shopify Cart Quantity with Ajax Easily
In this video, we learned about updating the quantity and removing custom and global functions from the cart. We explored different techniques and tricks to achieve this. Let's summarize what we covered:
- In this video, we learned how to update the quantity and remove items from the cart.
- We can use the Shopify API to make changes to the cart using a post request to the change API.
- We can use the line parameter to identify the line item number we want to remove or modify.
- We can create a global function to remove or update items from the cart.
- We can assign this function to a unique name to avoid conflicts with other apps.
1. Create a global function to remove or update items from the cart.
2. Assign the function to a unique name, such as sunrise.remove_item or sunrise.update_quantity.
3. Use this function to make changes to the cart, passing in the line item number and quantity as parameters.
- By following these steps and using these techniques, we can easily update the cart quantity and remove items from the cart.
4 things to change on your Shopify Checkout page
Shopify Checkout Page Limitations and How to Improve Conversions
Shopify sets limitations on the checkout page due to regulatory security and compliance issues, which can impact flexibility. Upgrading to Shopify Plus can provide better flexibility, but it can be costly. Here are three things you can change right now to boost conversions and alleviate customer headaches.
1. Change the or Text Line:
If you have express checkout buttons enabled, Shopify places branded buttons at the top of the first checkout page, but it can be difficult for customers to know if credit cards are accepted. Changing the or text to be more detailed, such as or continue to pay with your credit card, can make it clearer. This can be done under language settings in Shopify.
2. Change the Continue to Payment Method Button:
Changing the large button on the first checkout page to Enter Your Credit Card Next can clarify that credit cards are accepted. This can also be done under language settings in Shopify.
3. Use Triple Will for Conversion Tracking:
Using Triple Will allows you to track conversions based on marketing efforts and see the lifetime value of a customer. This can help with targeted marketing messages and increase conversions.
Shopify's limitations on the checkout page can impact flexibility, but there are ways to improve conversions. Changing the or text line and the continue to payment method button can clarify credit card acceptance, and using Triple Will can help with conversion tracking.
Adding ajax to the Shopify cart template (theme development tutorial)
Music: Shopify Cart Page Tutorial with Ajax
In this tutorial, we will be covering the Shopify cart page in depth. We will ajaxify the page to update everything on the screen without the need for an update button. We will start by hooking up the quantity selectors and then move on to updating the cart and prices on the screen.
Setting up the Basic Cart Section:
- Checking if the cart is empty and displaying a message if so
- Looping through the cart items and rendering the cart item snippet for each one
- Displaying the cart notes field, total discounts, and total price
Hooking up the Quantity Selectors:
- Adding an event listener on each button to listen for clicks
- Checking if the button is for increasing or decreasing the quantity
- Updating the input value accordingly and stopping at a minimum of one
- Creating a new function to change the item quantity and accepting a key and quantity
- Using Axios to fire off an AJAX request to Shopify's API to update the item quantity
- Updating the cart object and prices on the screen without a page refresh
25 - Shopify Ajax Cart with Dynamic Cart Data Updates
In this video, the presenter introduces a technique for Shopify team developers to partially load dynamic cards. The process involves opening the cart drawer and dynamically updating the data after adding products to the cart.
To achieve this, the presenter explains how to create an endpoint for an AJAX request that retrieves the required card information with all the HTML structure. This is done by creating a liquid file and using the none layout template.
After sending an AJAX request to the endpoint, the presenter shows how to update the card content dynamically using Alpine JS. The update is triggered by an event that fires a function to send the request and add the retrieved information to the HTML content.
Throughout the video, the presenter provides step-by-step instructions, along with code snippets and examples, to help viewers follow along.
In conclusion, this video is a valuable resource for Shopify team developers looking to enhance their skills and knowledge of dynamic card loading.
Shopify Theme Build: Simple Cart Page - Episode 8
Hey everyone, I'm Sam Webb and in this episode of my Shopify theme build series, we'll be creating a simple cart page. So, let's dive right in!
- In the previous episode, we set up a product page with an 'add to cart' button that takes the user to an empty cart page.
- In this episode, we'll be using Shopify documentation to build a functional cart page that displays the added items and allows the user to update quantities and proceed to checkout.
1. Gather necessary Shopify documentation:
- Cart object documentation, which includes information on cart items or line items.
- Line item documentation, which contains all the details about a specific line item.
- Cart page documentation, which provides information specific to the cart page.
2. Build the cart page:
- Open the cart.liquid template and add a form that submits back to the cart page using the POST method.
- Use a loop to display all the cart items and create a line item snippet to display details of each line item.
- Add a total price section and buttons to update quantities and proceed to checkout.
3. Build the line item snippet:
- Use line item documentation to display product image, title, options with values, final line price, and input for quantity updates.
- Add a button to remove the item from the cart.
4. Test the cart page:
- Refresh the page to see the added items and test the functionality of the update and remove buttons.
- By following Shopify documentation and using a loop and snippets, we were able to create a functional cart page that displays all the added items and allows the user to update quantities and proceed to checkout.
How to automatically add a product to the Cart on your Shopify Store?
Automatically Adding Products to Your Shopify Store Cart
Hey everyone, it's Coren from Speedycom, and today we have an interesting tutorial on how you can automatically add a product to the cart of your Shopify store. This system can be useful for many people, such as those who offer a free product for all those who buy from their store, or those who want to upsell a low-cost product to earn a little extra for each order.
1. Copy the code from the written tutorial (link in video description).
2. Go to edit code of the theme and find the cart.liquid file.
3. Paste the code at the very bottom of the file.
4. Customize the different options of the code.
5. Decide whether to add the upsell product automatically no matter what the client buys initially (select yes), or only for specific products (select no).
6. If no is selected, customize the second line of code by changing the targeting of the product with the URL portion of it.
7. If yes is selected, ignore the second line of code.
8. Pick the specific product you want to add to the cart.
9. Pick a specific variant of the product you want to add to the cart.
- Remember that this system will only work if you have a cart page, not a mini cart or similar.
- Be careful when customizing the code and selecting the options, as mistakes can lead to errors.
- Check out the Spitfire theme, as it is one of the best in Shopify.
I hope you found this tutorial helpful in automating the process of adding products to your Shopify store cart. Don't forget to like the video, leave a comment, and subscribe to the channel for more tutorials. Let us know what kind of tutorials you would like to see in the future. Thank you for watching!