A Collection Listing page on a website is a page that displays a group of related products or items in a visually appealing manner, allowing users to browse and select products they are interested in.
How to access Collection Listing page in your website?
Below are the steps to access Collection Listing page:
- Select Collection listing from dropdown menu.
- Pop-up window appears with build link section.
- Search for desired collection to update description.
- Customise subsections in Collection Listing section.
Below are the configurable options of the Collection Listing page:
1. Show Product Numbers
Showing product numbers in a collection listing page on a website refers to displaying a unique identifier or reference number assigned to each product. This allows customers to easily identify and locate specific products in the listing.
Check the Show product numbers tick box if you want to display the number of products on your store’s collection listing page.
2. Show Tags and Badges
In a collection listing, "show tags and badges" refers to displaying relevant labels or symbols that indicate additional information about the products or items in the collection.
Tags can be used to show the product's features, such as "new arrival," "best seller," or "limited edition."
Badges, on the other hand, are graphical icons that signify certain characteristics of the product, such as the product's availability, discounted price, or eco-friendliness.
Select the Show tags and badges checkbox if you want to display tags and badges.
3. Back to Top
A "back to top" button on a collection listing page in a website is a small arrow or button that, when clicked, immediately scrolls the user back to the top of the page. It provides a convenient way for users to navigate back to the top of a long product list or page without having to manually scroll back up, improving the overall user experience.
Check the Show back to top button checkbox if you want to display the button that takes your user back to the top of your collection listing page.