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How to use the Shopping Cart Icon element for an online store

Add the Shopping Cart icon to your website header, which will show the number of added products to the cart and allow you to open the checkout page with a click.
How to use the Shopping Cart Icon element for an online store

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How To Use The Shopping Cart Icon For An Online Store

When building an online store, it is important to show the shopping bag with the current number of items the customer wishes to purchase. It is called a shopping cart button or cart icon with the number of items or an add to cart button. In our builder, during the website design layout formation, you can add a cart button, customize the color of your cart icon and cart icon size, and use the box-shadow effect to make it more voluminous. Improving the cart button will greatly influence the checkout experience and stimulate your sales.

Commonly, an icon with the precise number of items is situated at the top of the web page, near the site logo and site search button. Positioning those elements close to each other stimulates the customer to search for the products they can add to their cart. When you are getting started, you must first match the background color and icon color, and the font color so everything would look harmoniously and readable. You can add the possibility to hide the popup version of the show cart page, where visitors will see the total items list and total price.

Improve the Add to cart button with the purchases counter before getting started. Clients will see a product in their cart and remember to check it again. They can see the change through display settings when adding another item to their cart. It will stimulate them to check items in the cart more often. Do not forget to manage site search, feedback button, and terms of service using style options in our options panel to make the overall look beautiful. It is also important to show clients related posts to their purchases and the feedback on them as a part of the page content strategy.