Restaurant Site Project with GatsbyJS-17

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Welcome to part-17 of the series. You can find part-16 here.

In the previous part after implementing snipcart, i had pushed the code to netlify to deploy the site. But while paying through the test card, i got the errors.error_crawling_failed error.


Rest of the chapter is exclusive content and will be in my upcoming book Gatsby Cookbook. You can find more details about it here.

Gatsby Cookbook

Now, our text in the Home Page will show beautifully.


Now, this project is complete and can be deployed. You can find the instruction to deploy in my earlier blog post here.

You can also add many useful gatsby plugins inclucing google analytics one. You can find the details in my earlier blog post here.

Hope you like this series and are ready to make some ecommerce site for yourself or your client.

You can find the code for the project in this github repo. You can find part-18 here, where we add webhooks to the project.




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