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Old September 18th, 2013, 08:46 AM
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Hi,

The proper HTML is dictated by your theme, not by Datafeedr. That is the problem, I don't know what the proper HTML markup is for the slider section at the bottom of that theme.

But the thing to know besides knowing the HTML required is how to embed store elements into your theme when a widget is not available. In this case you will use shortcodes.

Here are some examples of shortcodes: http://www.datafeedr.com/docs/item/185

You will need to use the PHP version (at the bottom of the page) and embed the PHP code into your theme's template file in the right place. I'm not sure what the right place is because that is completely dependent on your theme.

So basically, you will create a new Custom View or Widget, add a Product list module to the view, add the required HTML to format the slider as your theme requires and then using the shortcodes embed that widget into your template file.

Eric