Buy Button channel

Sell your products on any website or blog.

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  • Popular with businesses in the United States

Price: Free

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  • Seamless workflow: use directly in Shopify admin

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3.7 of 5 stars

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  • 38% of ratings are 5 stars
  • 23% of ratings are 4 stars
  • 16% of ratings are 3 stars
  • 8% of ratings are 2 stars
  • 15% of ratings are 1 stars

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RP Advanced Mobile Systems

Location United States
Time spent using app About 6 years

Easy to add code to our website, integrates well. Loads very slowly with blank page, no loading info

Camilla Christine

Location United States
Time spent using app Over 5 years

I like the functionality of the app, that I can add product buy buttons directly to another product page as recommended similar products. There are other apps that offer the same functionality and charge a lot for this service.

I do wish that there was some kind of analytics offered for the buy buttons. I know the buttons are there but I have no idea if they are being clicked or how frequently.

Centurian Sauna

Location New Zealand
Time spent using app About 5 years

Functionality is good, but would be much better if you could customise little things like thumbnails and pricing colours.

Kissmattress

Location United States
Time spent using app Over 2 years

This is a great app. However, it is missing one feature that makes it unusable, the ability to style the widget.

A simple fix would be to add a custom CSS box to the Buy Button app. As long as that CSS gets sent with the iFrame content styling would then be possible.

I tried a CSS rule, which won't work because it's in an iFrame. Then I built some JavaScript code to inject CSS into the iFrame. That also won't work because browsers consider it a type of attack.

When you get there, you will run into this nasty error "Blocked a frame with origin "https://" from accessing a frame with origin "https://widgets.shopifyapps.com". Protocols, domains, and ports must match." This means that you need an SSL certificate for HTTPS, and your domain name must be "https://widgets.shopifyapps.com". Since the second one is impossible, the clear interpretation is that the browser will not allow you to style the Buy Button app.

Betterhookahpens

Location United States
Time spent using app About 2 months

I'm glad this is available, I've been meaning to integrate a buy button into our multiple sales channels.

Madam Pickle's Cauldron

Location United States
Time spent using app Almost 2 years

I just updated this review after receiving help from a Shopify associate.

This app does work, I'm quite glad it exists, it's free, and the Shopify support was good. However, it's a whole lot of copying and pasting and mussing about just to get a few products up on a particular post. As another reviewer mentioned, there is an app for Etsy listings of this same nature that simply connects your accounts and *presto*, it gives you the option of short codes for any product or collection that you can insert into any post right there, and it's also free. It's rare that Etsy has better apps than shopify, so I was disappointed. Moreover, judging from other reviews, this app used to allow for more and easier integration; so what a bummer that it has changed. . . BUT hey, I really needed this and am glad for it such as it is.

To insert a grid (i.e. to be able to list multiple products in a row), follow the CSS instructions here:
https://docs.shopify.com/manual/more/buy-button/add-embed-code#wordpress

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