My first Ecommerce in bricks

My first ecommerce made in Bricks, and in general is my second project made in bricks. A bit daring of me hahaha.

URL: https://segurimax.com.pe

It is made with:

  • bricks(obviously) :star: :star:

  • Extra bricks(for some blog stuff and the offcanvas)

  • Piotnet grid (for the filters and the search form) :star: :star:

  • Metabox (to create dynamic fields for the client to edit global things like the catalog).

The ones with asterisks were key for this to work the way I wanted it to. Anyway, the web was first worked in Figma, and then implemented in wordpress.

I hope you like it and feel free to give me your comments.

Thanks.

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Very nice I like it. Great work :sunglasses:

Wow! :exploding_head:

Nice work!

I’m working on an e-comm right now! Congrats!

I tested your site, we have piotnet grid too, for product filter.
And yes your filtering sooooo slow like our. Piotnet grid is aess of junk code.

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Hi, really like it.

I have a query though if you add a product to the cart and then go into the cart and remove it, you are left with an empty page. All you are left with is the header and the footer, and nothing in between. I have created the “empty cart” template in woo with bricks and it doesn’t matter what you put in there, it never makes it to the website.

Also, if you add a product to the cart, go into the cart and adjust the quantity and update, you get the green woocommerce message across the top and that pushes the navigation up behind the sticky header, I haven’t found a workaround for this yet, it’s very annoying!

Other than that, I really like it!

I like it! The image of the shoe and the nail really grabbed my attention.