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Select the widget type corresponding to your seller type: 'Little things', 'Big Things' or both. Contact if unsure.

Insert the script where you want the widget to display replacing PLACE_YOUR_PRODUCT_PRICE with the product's price.

'Little things' only

If a 'Little things' only seller, use:

<script src=""></script>

Note the use of &LittleOnly parameter.

'Big things' only

If a 'Big things' only seller, use:

<script src=""></script>

Note the use of &BigOnly parameter.

Both 'Little things' and 'Big things'

If a 'Little things' and 'Big things' seller, use:

<script src=""></script>

No extra parameter required.

Platform-specific Installation Instructions

Widget behaviour

'Little things', only 'Big Things' or both widgets behave differently, see table below:

<= $1000 $1000 < price <= $2000 > $2000
Big Things Only
Little Things Only

This affects all widgets, including dynamic widgets.

Dynamic Widget

Provide a price-selector query argument to target the HTML element containing the price. This will update the widget as the product price changes on user selection.

Provide a URL encoded jQuery CSS selector.

Here is HTML taken from a WooCommerce product page:

<span>Product Price:</span>
<p class="price">
    <span id="priceinfo" class="woocommerce-Price-amount amount">
        <span class="woocommerce-Price-currencySymbol">$</span>900.00

Product Price: $900.00

Use the urlencoded %23priceinfo to reference the id #priceinfo

<script src=""></script>

You could also use price-selector=.woocommerce-Price-amount.amount or any CSS selector to identify the price.

Minimum and Maximum Widgets

To display the widget above or below a certain price point, set the data-min and data-max accordingly when calling the widget.

<script data-min="20" data-max="300" src=""></script>

Here it will not display for prices above $300 or will display in an altered form for prices below $20.

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