How did I miss this? I don’t recall receiving a notice about this happy button having been added to my Hide A Heart Etsy Shop. Did you notice on your Etsy product page a ‘Pin It‘ button has been added?
One more Tip o’ the Day
One cannot use CraftCult to insert Etsy treasuries into a WordPress.com blog.
One of the things I like to do is post an Etsy Treasury featuring one of the HAH hearts as add additional appreciation and promotion by adding it to the Treasury Appreciation Page. So that I can return the favor by including a product from those shops when creating treasuries, this also helps me keep track of shops who have selected one of the glass heart products or my Mary Catherine Lunsford CD recordings.
I use a tool found on what used to be Whale Shark but is now known as Red Row Studio to make a code. The tool lets you select the size and number of rows for displaying the treasury.
This is an IMPORTANT asset, because the margins on this blog template are narrow and through trial and error, I have learned to be sure to set up for three rows of ‘tiny’ pictures so that the code will be created for that size.
Inserting the treasury code:
- I open the page on which I want to post the treasury
- I add the date of the treasury and then place a ________________ about three rows down
- I switch the page to HTML and find the area between the date and the ___________ and post the code between them
- I switch the page back to Visual so I can see if all the product photos show properly and then hit ‘update’
- Then I ‘preview’ the page to be sure it looks right
I have always copied an Etsy treasury URL from the browser into a sticky note, then copied the part of the URL required to generate the code as shown here:
- The entire URL treasury address: http://www.etsy.com/treasury/ODgwMzUxNnwxNzIzNDI2NTM5/red-hearts-valentine-fashion-gift-guide?ref=pr_treasury
- The portion of URL treasury address needed to generate the code: ODgwMzUxNnwxNzIzNDI2NTM5
But today I realised I could simply copy the portion of the URL needed to generate the code directly from the URL browser! It’s only taken the entire year of 2011 to make this discovery.