If this guide below does not help answer your query, please email support at [email protected]
It is important to make sure that at least one tag from the blog article matches a tag on your product. For example, if the blog post you want to link to has the tag "abc", make sure you add the tag "abc" to your product as well.
Also make sure that the blog post is marked as "Visible". Blog posts marked as "Hidden" will not be indexed by Blog Linker.
Tags are also case sensitive so make sure that the case matches. For example "abc" will not match "Abc".
We are working on adding support for linking random blog posts or blog posts without tags in the future. If you would like this feature, let us know at [email protected] so we can prioritise it.
Blog Linker can not automatically determine when you have updated your blog or product tags. An automatic job runs every 24 hours to sync up Blog Linker with your Shopify store. You can also start this process manually using the Blog Linker control panel.
At this time the following browsers are supported:
We endeavour to support as many versions as possible but it is recommended to use the latest version of these browsers.
We have tried to make Blog Linker work with as many themes as possible but some may be fundamentally incompatible.
Another reason is that the Blog Linker HTML element may be placed incorrectly in the products liquid template.
Using our theme installation service is the best way to ensure compatibility with your theme.
If you have any questions please email support at [email protected]
We offer an installation service for $50 USD.
We fully support mobile browsing on iOS and Android.
HTML tags are stripped out when processing your blog's content. We are considering adding support for formatting in a future release. If this is something you need please let us know at [email protected]
You can create your own loading animation by replacing the content inside the blog linker element. This content is removed when loading is finished.
<div class="blog-linker" data-layout="layout_thumb_title_desc" data-rows="1" data-max-lines="4" data-columns="4" data-title="Title"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="mycss.css"/> <div class="my custom spinner"></div> </div>
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