Go to the online store: https://www.dvtwist.com/os/ with the link back to this page. Go to the online store without the link back: https://www.dvtwist.com/os/?sl=0
Go to a specific photo: https://www.dvtwist.com/os/?p=sea-of-despair-surfer-on-a-wave-in-cayucos-california-darin-volpe.html. Go to the same photo but in canvas: https://www.dvtwist.com/os/?p=sea-of-despair-surfer-on-a-wave-in-cayucos-california-darin-volpe.html&f=canvas-prints
Go to the Trains and Railroading collection: https://www.dvtwist.com/os/?c=trains+railroading. Go to same collection but show metal prints: https://www.dvtwist.com/os/?c=trains+railroading&f=metal+prints
Search for “Bald Eagle“: https://www.dvtwist.com/os/?h=bald+eagle. And search for acrylic bald eagles: https://www.dvtwist.com/os/?h=bald+eagle&f=acrylic+prints
Here is an example of my Santa Margarita Mercantile photo in a popup. This requires a lightbox plugin. I use Easy Fancybox, and you will need to edit the block in html mode (sample below.) Note that this code will only work with the Easy Fancybox plugin. See the example of this paragraph’s code below:
<p>Here is an example of my <a class="fancybox-iframe" href="/ps/?p=the-merc-general-store-in-santa-margarita-california-darin-volpe.html">Santa Margarita Mercantile</a> photo in a popup.</p>
If you choose to use my script, be sure to find the link for the store and put in your own artist ID. You’ll also want to customize the height – you’ll have to test what works on your page. Look for the “link” variable near the end bottom of the script. Abbie’s tutorial shows how to get the member ID for your account. You’ll also want to find references to www.dvtwist.com and replace those with your own site. There are probably some other tweaks you’ll need to make since I didn’t write this to be universal.
var link="https://fineartamerica.com/widgetshoppingcart/artwork.html?memberidtype=artistid&memberid=198373&domainid=0&showheader=0&height=20000&autoheight=false" +gallery_category+gallery_tag+gallery_format;
Now that you know what you can do with it, here’s the code:
Thank you ever so much for this! I had integrated an FAA store with my site but not as nicely as this.
You are welcome! I hope it comes in useful to you.
This is a great script. I’m going to integrate the code into the site I’m building now. I did make a couple small modifications. So now, on a category, it can load with the sort feature ( bestsellers, recent uploads, etc ). Also, instead of using the slug, “/os”, it’s changed to “/gallery”, which I thought was better and easier for visitors to remember.
Thank you. Please let me know when the site is up, I’d like too see how it turned out.
Hi there – when the packages are shipped – do they look like they are coming from you or is their labeling from FAA/Pixels. Thank you!
I ordered a t-shirt by creating a buyer account to see what the experience would be for someone who is not a seller. It was actually kind of weird. The return address was something like S. Brothers Co. (No FAA or Pixels return address) – I don’t know if that was just because it was a shirt – and the packing list was Pixels. I also get a regular Pixels.com emails promoting Pixels. Those emails do occasionally have a “new items from artists you’ve purchased from” that includes my new photos.
Thank you for sharing this great piece of code. It worked like a charm when embedding FAA’s prints shopping cart to my website.
I am now trying to figure out a way to use the same code to embed their image licensing shopping cart (https://licensing.pixels.com). Any idea which parts of the code need be changed to get that working?
Sorry, I don’t know. I’ve only used it for the store as it is on the site.
Thank you! Thank you for being so generous and sharing your code.
This is exactly what I was looking for!
Like Duminda, I’m searching for a way to adapt this for use on the licensing site too, but this is going to allow me to reduce the storage used on my webhost by serving photos from FAA.