Widgets are a functionality available only for Advanced and Premium Users.
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions on widgets:
Am I able to integrate the widget to my website?
The ArtPlacer Widgets can be installed on almost any platform. You need the ability to add custom HTML code or JS code to your website, and that’s it. Some of the supported platforms are Shopify, WordPress, Squarespace, PrestaShop, Wix, Big Commerce, Go Daddy and all custom websites.
Which integration method is best for my site?
Adding ArtPlacer Widgets into your website will take it to the next level. It will let your potential clients wander through your collections and try the artworks in their homes or in sample rooms. All of this directly from within your website and in a completely intuitive way. Easily and quickly, ArtPlacer Widgets let your clients see how your artworks appear on walls as soon as they arrive to your website! We recommend reading : What are the types of Widgets to decide which tool will help you achieve your goal best
Does ArtPlacer embed the Widget on my website?
We offer a widget documentation so you can embed the widget yourself. Our Customer Support Team also offers guidance and is available for questions during the process.
While we don't directly embed the widget in the user's website ourselves, we also offer custom integrations if you don’t feel comfortable embedding the widget on your own.
My artwork is not showing up on the widget
There might be a few reasons why your artwork doesn't show up on the widget.
1. Check you have used the correct integration method for your widget
2. If you're using a common platform, read the platforms section of our widget documentation
How can I adapt the widget to artworks with multiple sizes?
Our Widgets detect only one size at a time. If you sell prints or artworks in more than one size and you need the widget to detect them all, you will need an experienced Java Script developer to do this for you.
We also offer custom integrations performed by our development team.
Image courtesy of Elena Dragoi from their site using ArtPlacer Widget