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A catalog events carousel widget displays a slider of upcoming events with a countdown ticker for each event. You can choose the pages and area of the page layout where you want the carousel to appear, and control the width and number of events that appear at one time. The result you get depends on your theme, where it is positioned to appear on the page, and the options that you choose.
Before you begin, follow the instructions to configure the Catalog Event widget so that it is enabled for the storefront.
On the Admin sidebar, go to Content > Elements > Widgets.
In the upper-right corner, click Add Widget.
In the Settings section, do the following:
Set Type to
Catalog Events Carousel.
Choose the Design Theme that is used by the store.
In the Storefront Properties section, do the following:
For Widget Title, enter a descriptive title for the widget.
This title is visible only from the Admin.
For Assign to Store Views, select the store views where you want the widget to be visible.
You can select a specific store view, or
All Store Views. To select multiple views, hold down the Ctrl key (PC) or the Command key (Mac) and click each option.
(Optional) For Sort Order, enter a number to determine the order this item appears with others in the same part of the page. (
0 = first,
1 = second,
3 = third, and so on.)
In the Layout Updates section, click Add Layout Update.
Set Display On to
Set Page to
CMS Home Page.
Set Container one fo the following:
Main Content Area
The results vary according to theme and page layout. You must also specify the Catalog Events Carousel Default Template in the category configuration.
If you want the events carousel to appear in another location in the storefront, click Add Layout Update and repeat these steps for that location.
Click Save and Continue Edit.
For now, you can ignore the message to refresh the cache.
In the left panel, choose Widget Options.
For Frame Size, enter the number of events that you want to list in the slider at the same time.
To view only one event at a time, enter
For Scroll, enter the number of event listings that you want to scroll per click.
To scroll to the next event, enter
For a custom width, enter the number of pixels for Block Custom Width.
On the following example page, the custom width is set to 250 pixels.
When complete, click Save.
When prompted to refresh the cache, click the link in the message at the top of the page and follow the instructions.