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Old 11-10-2015, 09:57 PM
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Hi,

I have been using Ecwid for a while now on a non WP website but now I am looking to move to a WP site.

When testing integration with WP I was able to add the product browser code (configured to show a specific category) to an individual WP page without installing the Ecwid WP plug-in. My question is how does integrating Ecwid this way affect SEO if at all? Should I install the add-in as well but still use individual pages with product browser code to improve SEO and crawling?

What I am looking to do is to create individual WP pages and have them show specific categories or brands in my case by adding the browser code to each page. Is this the right approach?

Many thanks

Steve.

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Hi,

I have found the answer now from an earlier post - http://www.ecwid.com/forums/showthread.php?t=33610

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Hi,

I have been using Ecwid for a while now on a non WP website but now I am looking to move to a WP site.

When testing integration with WP I was able to add the product browser code (configured to show a specific category) to an individual WP page without installing the Ecwid WP plug-in. My question is how does integrating Ecwid this way affect SEO if at all? Should I install the add-in as well but still use individual pages with product browser code to improve SEO and crawling?

What I am looking to do is to create individual WP pages and have them show specific categories or brands in my case by adding the browser code to each page. Is this the right approach?

Many thanks

Steve.

UPDATE:

Hi,

I have found the answer now from an earlier post - http://www.ecwid.com/forums/showthread.php?t=33610
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We are glad to see that you managed to find an answer to your questions and shared the link here. It may be useful for other forum members who see this post.

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