2 awesome features are almost ready to be launched on the Webflow platform. First, I’ll be previewing the dynamic embed feature to show you all how to dynamically integrate third-party tools like Shopify, SoundClound, or Eventbrite into your Webflow CMS site. Also I’ll give a quick overview of the new background videos component.
@PixelGeek hey man, just finished watching the recording! So excited about dynamic embeds, i’ve been wanting to catch the workshop to get feedback on my first webflow site that is just about to launch, but I don’t get home until just after it has finished (I’m in the UK!) here’s a link, it would be cool to see what you think! http://mark-wheelwright-dev.webflow.io/home-page
Great video demo it will come in handy as I may be integrating a shopping cart into a potential clients site. My only question is when the client needs to add more products or replace existing products with different names, will this be a manual process every single time of updating dynamic data and adding new collections? Doesn’t seem to client friendly.
Are there currently any easier or more practical ways for a client to add products?
I have done some hunting around the last couple of days, could someone corrected me if I am wrong but it seems like that adding shopify or many ecommerce solutions onto another platform other the the ecommerce platform you need paste an embed code in if you want a custom look and feel?
A client would like me to replicate this site http://www.66thelabel.com/straw/, this link brings you to the shopping section. In order to purchase a product you need to click on to the product which takes you to the actual product where you can go on to add it to the cart. It seems to use the shopify buy button only?
Any new products which are then added I assume even on squarespace, the site holder would need to embed the buy now button? would this also be the same if this was a worpress site?