When it comes to buying products online, great product images are essential to closing the sale. That’s why most product pages have those product images at the top of the page so it is the first thing buyers see. However, as the user scrolls down the page to view more information about the product (descriptions, reviews, etc.), the main product image is no longer in sight. One way to keep those product images in view is to add a sticky product image that stays in view as a potential buyer browses your product info.
In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to add sticky product images to your Divi product page template. To do this, we can optimize Divi’s WooCommerce product image module to show and stick at the top of the page just as the original product image scroll out of view.
Let’s get started!
Here is a quick look at the design we’ll build in this tutorial.
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How to Upload The Template
Go to Divi Theme Builder
To upload the template, navigate to the Divi Theme Builder in the backend of your WordPress website.
Upload Website Template
Then, in the top right corner, you’ll see an icon with two arrows. Click on the icon.
Navigate to the import tab, upload the JSON file which you were able to download in this post, and click on ‘Import Divi Theme Builder Templates’.
Save Divi Theme Builder Changes
Once you’ve uploaded the file, you’ll notice a new template with a new body area that has been assigned to All Posts. Save the Divi Theme Builder changes as soon as you want the template to be activated.
This article was written by Jason Champagne and originally published on Elegant Themes Blog.