Unlimited Blocks, Tabs or Accordions with any HTML content can be assigned to any individual product or to certain groups of products, like entire categories, brands, products with specific options, attributes, price range, etc. You can indicate any criteria via the advanced product rules mechanism and only those products matching your criteria will display the modules.
Any module can be selectively activated per device. Every module has an advanced Status feature allowing you to load the module based on device type, customer login status and other criteria. Imagine the possibilities.
Responsive video embeds with max width and float options, as well as full container styles on the video-responsive class. Display videos in your descriptions, blog posts, or custom modules anywhere on the page. Just wrap the iframe in additional div elements with the required classes and you have full control over your video layout.
Since any HTML is supported you can create custom buttons in any block. Buttons can also open popups which in turn can display any content or module.Size Chart Contact Form Red Button
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By popular demand, the Add to Cart button group can be optionally positioned fixed at the bottom of the page or here in the product details. You can change from Default to Fixed position at any screen resolution, same as with all the other 2000+ CSS options.
Tabs, accordion or all-visible blocks styles for your html content. Any module can be displayed inside the product page (Products, Sliders, Banners, Gallery, etc.) via the all powerful Blocks/Tabs position module, which is actually a page builder itself - crazy stuff :)