The product component gives you the possibility to insert shoppable content anywhere on your page. Choose between a full product view or build your own customized view from lower level components. This is perfect for embedding shoppable items within articles and sell products relevant to the surrounding content.
Each product found in the Tipser inventory has its own unique product ID. This id is used for rendering one or several items using the features of the product component. All product identifiers can be obtained in the Tipser Portal.
Out of the box the detailed product page opens in a modal overlay. In addition, Tipser also provides the possibility of a fully embedded implementation. With the embedded product page the detailed product page will instead be displayed on a standalone page. It will require a bit more work but as a result you’ll get a more flexible solution. This includes support for social media and Google Shopping integrations which usually requires a unique url for each product. The embedded product page is also recommended in a mobile implementation to present a smoother UI experience for the end-user with limited screen surface. Read more about how to implement the Embedded product page: Tipser Scripts | Tipser Elements.
The embedded product page requires some additional preparation on your side but provides the benefit of easily linking to a product page from anywhere, including social media and Instagram Shopping.
If you like more flexibility than the out of the box product component you can use the lower level Modular product components to construct your own. Select from a number of sub components e.g a buy-button, price, thumbnails, description, similar products. The implementation is just as easy as any other component, simply nest the sub components within the Modular product parent component. Below is an example of the detailed product page with the individual sub components showcased. Read more about how to implement the Modular product: Tipser Scripts | Tipser Elements.
Collections are multiple products grouped together. When implemented they'll display several simple product tiles in a row. You can use the carousel attribute to display the collection on a single row to save space on your page. Create collections and obtain your collection IDs in the Tipser Portal.
The store component works especially well in if you're looking to build a classic marketplace where you showcase many products at the same time. The store component gathers selected collections to be displayed in a full store with the possibility to filter on a specific collection.
The cart component is used to display the content of the shopping cart. Decide if you want the cart as a modal element or build a standalone subpage. Include a live cart icon for the end user to always have the cart at hand when needed.
Our checkout offerings are flexible. For the simplest implementation, you can choose to use our standard checkout. The visual appearance of our all-in-one checkout component varies by locale—we've researched how to optimize checkout for your shoppers and have proven data that informs these user interface differences.
To customize the visual appearance and layout, implement our modular checkout components. This implementation option requires more effort, but it also gives you more control.
Our e-commerce components are designed to fit your page in the best possible way. We created the styling in a way that delivers a nice look & feel from the start, but also allows you to change them easily to fit your unique style. If you want to change some styles, just overwrite the CSS classes corresponding to the elements that you want to customize. It's also possible to set our components to inherit styles from the parent page.
The Tipser Portal is where your editors will control and curate your product inventory by exploring thousands of brands to find the best match for your site. The portal also holds the tools for creating and modifying collections. Besides this you'll also find sections for sales & analytics as well as code snippets for quick and easy implementations.
Updated 4 months ago