This step is all about defining the products you want your grid to contain.
Once you're happy with your choices and the products you get as a result,
you can then move on to step 2, setting your style options, and then Step 3, getting
your shortcode-and-options for pasting into your post.
Whenever you make a change, the results are updated right away. You need to either
hit enter or click/tap away from the box you're in for the changes to take effect.
Your referral id and associate id are the same thing. One has to be provided, so until
you give yours, mine will be used.
Always use yours, even in the free version. This is because later,
if you decide to purchase a license, all previous links will then immediately start using yours.
Your store id is the one used in your Zazzle store url. My store url is
www.zazzle.com/hightonridley and so my store id is hightonridley
If you leave Store Id blank, then products will be pulled from the Zazzle marketplace instead.
Working with products in Zazzle collections
When you want to pull from a particular collection, you'll need the
collection id. It's the number at the end of the collection url.
For example, here's a collection url
To pull from that collection, use collections/119790471480538912 in the
box. That's it, you'll now have the contents of your collection to work with.
Note that with collections, Zazzle ignores some of the choices you could otherwise
use. See each choice's help to see if it applies.
This can be a single word or a group of words to make a phrase. What you give is passed
to Zazzle for interpretation, so their rules apply as to what you can use here and how it
Ignored when pulling from collections.
Bookmarking is how you "save" your settings. All the options that you set using
this page become encoded in the link given.
When you bookmark the link, those encoded settings are included. This
means that when you visit the bookmark later, those settings get used as the
initial choices here.