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Adding the Sauce Product Page Gallery Embed to your WooCommerce Product Page
Adding the Sauce Product Page Gallery Embed to your WooCommerce Product Page

Few ways to install the Sauce PPG Embed into your WooCommerce store. Here's a way that uses a popular plugin to avoid editing code.

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Written by James Riley
Updated over a week ago

The Sauce Product Page Gallery Embed is one that needs to be manually installed into your WooCommerce theme. There are a few ways to achieve this, but here's a safe method that makes use of a popular WordPress Plugin to avoid needing to modify the HTML files of your theme.

1️⃣ Grab your Product Page Gallery Sauce code

Head into the PPG section, via the 'Visual Shopping' header of the top navigation. From here, simply click to 'Copy embed code. Note that settings can be changed at any time without your needing to re-isntall this code.

2️⃣ Install "Woocommerce Single Product Page Customizer" plugin

You'll want to install the plugin by 'Geek Web Solution' in your WordPress back office, in the usual manner - most easily via the 'Plugins' section of your store. Once installed, be sure to then click to activate the plugin.

3️⃣ Head into 'Single Product Page Customizer' settings
and click to 'Add a New Position'

You'll find this section under 'WooCommerce' section of your Wordpress backoffice. From here you'll want to click 'Add New Position', where you'll be presented with the following screen:

4️⃣ Select your desired position for the PPG embed, switch to the 'Text' tab of the editor, and paste in your Sauce embed code

From the 'Select Position' dropdown, select where you would like the Sauce embed code to be inserted. In this example, we've gone with 'after product summary'. Now, be sure to click the 'Text' tab and then paste the Sauce embed code into the text area. Click Save Changes and you're done! 🙌🏻

Not seeing your PPG embed appear? Be sure that the Product Page you are looking at in your WooCommerce store actually has Product Tags linking to it from your Sauce items. See our dedicated support article on this and other potential reasons.

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