Adding Judge.me widgets in EComposer
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EComposer is a powerful tool for creating landing pages, homepages, product pages, collections, and more. By integrating Judge.me widgets into your EComposer pages, you can showcase reviews and ratings, enhancing the credibility and appeal of your content.

Follow these simple steps to add Judge.me widgets to your EComposer pages:

Step 1: Enable "Theme Helper"

  • For new stores that have just installed EComposer, go to Theme Settings > App Embeds.

  • Enable Theme Helper to get started.

Step 2: Build your product page

  • In the Product pages dashboard, locate the Build product page button.

  • Click on it to initiate the page-building process.

Step 3: Access the extension library

  • Within the EComposer editor, find and click on the Extension library icon.

Step 4: Install Judge.me widgets

  • Look for Judge.me widgets in the library and click on the Install button.

Step 5: Add widgets to your page

  • Head to the Extensions tab on the left side of the editor.

  • Drag and drop the Judge.me widgets onto your page.

  • Ideally, place the Star Rating below your product name or price.

  • Position the Review Widget below your product description.

Step 6: Add Star Rating to your collection page

To integrate Judge.me's Star Rating into your collection page product grid, follow these steps:

  • Open the collection template and click on the product grid to access its settings.

  • Scroll to Product Card and check Use rating 3rd party app.

  • Click Settings that appears below, then select Judge.me Product Reviews from the list.

  • Click Save settings to apply changes

Step 7: Preview and publish

Once you've placed the widgets to your satisfaction, click on Preview.

Ensure everything looks fine, and when you're ready, hit Publish to make your product page live.

By following these straightforward steps, you can integrate Judge.me widgets with your EComposer pages, providing valuable social proof and boosting customer trust in your products and brand.

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