The "Button Options" settings tab contains all the options available for customizing the Amwal button positioning and visibility. These include controls to show and hide the button in specific positions (such as the product page, the mini cart, and the cart page), a drop-down to control the placement of each button, as well as general settings for the button behavior.
Amwal will be automatically rendered in specific positions in your storefront. If you don't want the button to be rendered in one of these positions you can uncheck any of the "Automatically render button" controls. Each control affects a single position in your store.
If you're not satisfied with any of the preconfigured hooks you have three options :
Use our shortcodes to place the button anywhere you want. (Recommended if you are using a Visual Editor like Elementor or are a seasoned WordPress developer)
Use custom CSS to override the default button styles.
Contact us at [email protected], we'll be happy to help!
Amwal Checkout Shortcodes act as shortcuts that allow you to embed the button into a post or page quickly. These usually consist of a single line of code within square brackets, such as [exampleshortcode], for example. This code will display a predetermined feature on the front end of your site. We support shortcode for the following:
- [amwal-product-custom] : You can include this shortcode on the product page.
- [amwal-cart-custom] : You can include this shortcode in the mini-cart, cart, or checkout page.
You probably left Test Mode enabled while testing out the configuration of the button. Don't forget to disable it so your shoppers can use Amwal to checkout in seconds.
Updated 2 months ago