Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Using Templates To Save Mobile Friendly Code | Selling On eBay

Using Templates To Save Mobile Friendly Code And Save a Ton Of Time Selling On eBay!

Have you used the mobile friendly checker on the back end of eBay's description area only to sit there and watch it spin? That has been an issue for a lot of eBay sellers slowing them way down while trying to list inventory.  Here is one way to speed things up...  


This is a great way to speed up your listing work on ebay and make sure you are also mobile friendly.


Disclaimer :
#1) If you list a large variety of products you need to make a generic template so you have the flexibility to make category changes
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#2)  I do not know if you can do this using only mobile - this material is best for laptop and PC users.  

PUSH PLAY ==>




Basics of setting up the template: 
1) Click the create template.
2) Fill in data for the item you want to list for that category.
3) Go find the HTML code ( HTML TAB) on an  item you have already listed with Mobile Friendly Tab. Copy and paste under the HTML tab on / in your template.
4) Save the template and then list the item you just used for the data to get things started. 

Need the code?
Here you go ... <font size="4" style="font-family:Arial" rwr="1"><meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">

I hope this content has been helpful and if it has been for you please feel free to share with your fellow eBay sellers!

Until next time - Now go sell something!

Jeff Beeman
Re-seller W/a Blog Habit

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