Time to tackle the build of my product grid on my category page and my store front!
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Webflow now has Ecommerce! That means you can build online stores just as easily as you can any other website or landing page by coding it visually. In this series I’m taking you through the whole process of building out my own online store as part of my personal website.
In this episode I’m showing you how I build out the product grid on my category page, and also do something special for my store front. You’ll see some more fun interactions created in this one! Hope you enjoy it, and as usual if you’ve got any questions about the process, leave ’em down below in the comments.
Episode one: Store setup https://youtu.be/6h4gAfSdZQ4
Episode two: Product page https://youtu.be/H8wg9T5j7Hw
Episode three: Category page & storefront (this video!)
Episode four: Shopping cart – coming Feb 15th
Episode five: Checkout & order confirmation – coming Feb 16th
Episode six: Emails & ads – coming Feb 17th
Start building an online store for yourself or your clients using Webflow: https://wfl.io/product-grid
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