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How to Use the New Trigger Setting for the Sticky Add-to-Cart Widget?
How to Use the New Trigger Setting for the Sticky Add-to-Cart Widget?

A guide on how to use the new sticky add-to-cart widget settings.

Diane Eunice Narciso avatar
Written by Diane Eunice Narciso
Updated over a week ago

How to Use the New Trigger Setting for the Sticky Add-to-Cart Widget?

We are excited to announce that we have added a new trigger setting to the Sticky Add-to-Cart widget! This new feature will allow you to customize when the sticky bar appears on your website, giving you even more control over your customer's shopping experience.

What is the Sticky Add-to-Cart Widget?

The Sticky Add-to-Cart widget is a powerful tool that allows you to display a persistent bar on your website, reminding customers to add items to their cart. This helps to increase conversions and drive more sales for your business.

Introducing the New Trigger Setting

The new trigger setting for the Sticky Add-to-Cart widget works similarly to the trigger setting for our newsletter popup widget. With this new feature, you can choose to show the sticky bar when customers scroll a specific percentage of the page.

For example, you can set the trigger to show the sticky bar when customers have scrolled 50% of the page. This means that as customers browse your website, the sticky bar will appear once they have scrolled halfway down the page. This can be a great way to catch their attention and remind them to add items to their cart.

How to Use the New Trigger Setting

Using the new trigger setting for the Sticky Add-to-Cart widget is easy. Simply follow these steps:

STEP 1

From your Shopify admin, navigate to the Theme library and open your theme customizer.


โ€‹STEP 2

Navigate to the Theme settings and open the Sticky add-to-cart tab.

STEP 3

Scroll through the sticky add-to-cart settings, then adjust the scroll depth.

Note: The Sticky bar will be displayed when a customer is scrolling page by X percentages.

That's it! You can now sit back and watch as the sticky bar appears on your website when customers scroll to the designated percentage of the page.

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