How to embed products on WordPress

Learn how to create your perfect product display by embedding Booqable's inventory on a WordPress website.

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After you've installed the WordPress plugin, you can show your products and a date picker anywhere on your website by pasting a simple shortcode. 

Embed a list of products

To embed a list of your Booqable products, paste this code anywhere:


Extra options
You can add optional parameters to:

  • add a search field that filters the product list,

  • only show products with specific tags (useful to display different categories),

[booqable_list tags="tag,tag 2"]
  • set the number of products displayed per page,

[booqable_list per="3"]
  • limit the number of products loaded altogether.

[booqable_list limit="6"]

You can use any or all of these options in a single line of code as well:

[booqable_list show-search="true" tags="tag,tag 2" per="3" limit="6"]

Embed single products

There are 3 different embed codes for single products, so you can embed them as:

A product card with open details (description) about the product in a pop up when clicked on

A detailed view which includes the image with a description, pricing information, and an add to cart button without a pop up needed

Just a button will have the availability, pricing information, quantity information and add to cart button from the detailed view and no product information. This is best used when incorporating Booqable onto your website that has a commerce system with products already in it!

To get the shortcodes for a single product:

There are two ways to get your shortcodes for specific products

1. Using the Products overview Page:

  • In Booqable, go to Products.

  • Hover over the visible button to see and copy the shortcode for a product. There are 3 different shortcodes depending on how you'd like to display the product:

2. Go into your specific product and click on the online store tab, there you can choose which shortcode to copy:

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