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Is it possible to do cross promotion of products? So if you're looking at a product, say a shirt, on that same page I can include a thumbnail of a hat and jeans as well - like "You might also be interested in.." ?

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Is it possible to do cross promotion of products? So if you're looking at a product, say a shirt, on that same page I can include a thumbnail of a hat and jeans as well - like "You might also be interested in.." ?

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You can add thumbnails and links to your Ecwid store products/categories at any place on the web, whether it is a product/category page in your Ecwid store or some other external page. In order to do it you should use a permanent link to a particular product or category page in Ecwid.
If you want to place a link to an Ecwid product on another Ecwid product's page, you can add it to a product description on the product management page in your Ecwid control panel. The text editor on that page allows you to insert links and images in a product description. So, in the product description editor you need to insert an image first (and/or optionally a product name as text), select it and then add over it a link that you have obtained as described in the article above.
If you have few storefronts and want such internal links not to redirect a visitor, who clicks it, from the displayed storefront to another one (it may occur if you use an absolute link to a product page). To prevent this you should use a relative link which is a store-related part of a page URL (it starts from '#ecwid'). For example:
'http://www.ecwid.com/demo-frontend.h...&product=24027' is absolute link,
'#ecwid:category=1002&mode=product&product=24027' - is relative one.
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