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E-junkie Guide

Tips and tools for beginners and experts alike.

Using E-junkie with RapidWeaver

To use the stock E-junkie buttons, copy the generated E-junkie code and paste it into the RapidWeaver page relative to what you are selling.

TIP: If you are going to paste the button code into a "styled text" page, after pasting you will need to select the pasted code and go to Format > Ignore Formatting to force RapidWeaver to render the code as plaintext which gets inserted as-is into the page's HTML source code.

Using custom buttons

All E-junkie button codes include a button image URL, which looks like one of the following examples and can be customized like so:

  • <img src=""/>
    You can replace the part with the URL of your own image, OR you can simply replace the whole <img.../> tag with link text if you don't want an image button.
  • <input type="image" src=""/>
    You can replace the part with the URL of your own image
For RapidWeaver's built-in image-handling method, install your button images into the theme's "images" folder, then instead of replacing the image URL as explained above, you'd do something like this:
  • <img src="%pathto(images/button.jpg)%" border="0"/>
  • <input type="image" src="%pathto(images/button.jpg)%"/>

JunkieCart Stack

One of our clients has developed a free stack for RapidWeaver called JunkieCart. This provides an almost code-free method to incorporate fully customizable (pure CSS & Retina-display compatible) E-junkie Buy Now or Cart buttons into your website for products you're selling via E-Junkie. Using this stack, you can also easily change many translations and style settings of the shopping cart itself. Visit the JunkieCart page at Stacks4Stacks for a free download link and further information.

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