SHOPPING CART Widget

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  • This topic has 23 replies, 16 voices, and was last updated 4 years ago by cmoneyspinner.
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    • #37374

      cmoneyspinner
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      For some reason the SHOPPING CART widget is appearing on blogs. I know I didn’t put it on my blog so I went into my dashboard and deleted it.

      This widget is for:
      “Shows dynamic shopping cart contents along with a checkout button for your MarketPress store.”

      SO if you don’t have a MarketPress store, then you probably don’t want that widget on your blog.

      HOW TO DELETE?

      Go into your blog dashboard.

      Click on Appearance. Then click on Widgets.

      Find that widget wherever it is appearing. (It showed up on my sidebar.)

      – Click the drop-down arrow to open it up.

      – See the link that says “Delete”? Hit it!

      It will go away. 🙂

    • #37387

      TAlberts
      Participant

      Thank you for the information. I saw it too and have not put it there.

    • #37448

      lejla1311
      Participant

      thanks for the info.

    • #37461

      TAlberts
      Participant

      I have deleted my shopping carts in my blogs. Thanks again.

    • #37596

      peachpurple
      Participant

      thanks for your tips, I wanted to delete that shopping widget too

    • #40834

      dinuka
      Participant

      Thanks! I never knew what do with it.

    • #41176

      Elisa
      Participant

      Thank you very much for the information. Yes, it’s kinda weird to have a shopping cart without products to sell. Thanks. It’s very useful.

    • #41368

      meowanji
      Participant

      Thank you, I wonder what was that for. I’m on my way to removing it.

    • #41520

      iyanpol12
      Participant

      I saw it too. It’s also on my settings.

    • #43167

      Susmitha Anoop
      Participant

      I have used open cart( shopping cart)

    • #43170

      peachpurple
      Participant

      @susmithaanoop/ why do you use it? is it related to amazon or any online shoppping?

      • #44291

        cmoneyspinner
        Participant

        It’s for those who have a MarketPress Store. Don’t ask me what that type of store is. Just figured out that I don’t have any kind of “store” here at BlogJob and the widget is just taking up space on the blog and serves no useful purpose.

    • #43941

      Pamela
      Participant

      I actually have noticed it on mine, but for my affiliate blog I actually use it. I don’t have a Market Press store, but you can actually link it to other places rather than a Market Place. I have it linked to my ACTUAL store, so that when people click on the product, it takes them to the actual product, rather than another page on my blog, or whatever. So it’s actually handy. Even the “useless” widgets can be used in handy “out of the box ways.” Hope I helped. I know a bunch of people don’t use it, but don’t discount it either.

    • #44019

      But, if you have an electronic business kind of system, you definitely need this widget.

    • #45235

      Rish
      Participant

      Can you guide me about the advantage / disadvantage of shopping cart widget?

    • #45273

      luciaanna
      Participant

      @cmoneyspinner I have recently deleted all of them

    • #45439

      Maricel
      Participant

      I haven’t yet try that my friend thanks for this info.

    • #48739

      what is marketpress store?

      • #48776

        cmoneyspinner
        Participant

        Excellent question. Don’t know. Just know it exists. Might be a good idea to create on though. I don’t have one.

    • #40985

      TAlberts
      Participant

      Thanks for reminding me to delete the Meta Widget @barbrad.

    • #44289

      cmoneyspinner
      Participant

      If a visitor visits your blog and see the shopping cart, don’t you think it might make them wonder if they can shop and purchase things at your blog. That’s the purpose of the widget. SO why would you keep a widget on your blog that would confuse your visitor?

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