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How to build an NFT minting website on Wix without code
a.k.a how to mint NFTs on Wix or how to connect Metamask to Wix
This article helps to set up a no-code widget that allows minting NFTs on your Wix website.
Webflow, WordPress, and Squarespace are also supported. Click to read Webflow guide. For others, instructions are coming soon, meanwhile, ask in our Discord​

TL;DR

  • Create/open your Wix website
  • Go to Settings -> Advanced -> Custom code, click "+Add custom code" (at least "Connect Domain" Wix subscription required)
  • Paste Buildship code snippet to the block, under "Place Code in" select "Body - end"
  • Update code snippet with your contract address (see below)​
  • Add a button with URL: https://your-minting-website.xyz/#mint-button

Starting out

MetaverseNFT contract by buildship.xyz is used by 100+ collections with 1500ETH+ in total volume. It uses ERC721A, and has 40-100% lower minting gas fees, costs ~10-20$ in gas to deploy, bullet-proof security, and extensions like allowlists, funds/royalty splits, mint passes, etc.
  • Make sure your contract has price and mint constants. The possible namings are: mint, buy or mintXXX; price or cost.
  • Your Wix website is at least on a Connect Domain site plan (required to add custom code)

How to use?

  1. 1.
    Open Wix website editor
  2. 2.
    Go to your Wix Dashboard by clicking on Wix logo. Then open Settings -> Advanced -> Custom code, and click on "+ Add custom code" button
Dashboard Settings -> Advanced -> Custom code
3. Copy & paste this code in the Wix window, and select the "Body - end" option under "Place Code in".
Don't close the code window, we'll still need it in Step 4.
<script>
CONTRACT_ADDRESS = "YOUR CONTRACT ADDRESS"
IS_TESTNET = false
// if your contract is NOT VERIFIED on Etherscan
// put here: CONTRACT_ABI = [{...}]
// don't do anything if unsure
</script>
<script src="https://nftcomponents.vercel.app/static/js/main.js"></script>
<link href="https://nftcomponents.vercel.app/static/css/main.css" rel="stylesheet">
4. If you have your Ethereum NFT contract
  • insert your contract address in CONTRACT_ADDRESS field
  • set IS_TESTNET to false or true depending on which network is the contract on: Ethereum Mainnet or Rinkeby Testnet.
If you don't have a contract, create it using Buildship without coding skills
Your contract should be verified on Etherscan. Otherwise you have to add CONTRACT_ABI = [{...}] line in the above code, with your full contract ABI inserted. If you have an error saying your ABI is too long, click here.
5. Create a Wix button and insert your minting page link ending with /#mint-button.
Example: https://your-minting-website.xyz/#mint-button
Then set the "How does it open?" option to "Current window".
Creating a button in Wix editor
My minting page URL is https://theshad.wixsite.com/minting-website, so look
6. Publish the changes, and you're done πŸŽ‰

Example for testing

<script>
CONTRACT_ADDRESS = "0x8Fac2e25DFF0B248A19A66Ae8D530613c8Ff670B"
IS_TESTNET = true
MAX_PER_MINT = 20
</script>
<script src="https://nftcomponents.vercel.app/static/js/main.js"></script>
<link href="https://nftcomponents.vercel.app/static/css/main.css" rel="stylesheet">

FAQ

I'm confused / it's not working, can you help me?

Yes, absolutely! You can contact us in Discord, or open a GitHub issue​

How to use this with Polygon, Binance, or other Ethereum-based networks?

It's easy! Set NETWORK_ID instead of IS_TESTNET in the code snippet
<script>
CONTRACT_ADDRESS = "<your contract address here>"
NETWORK_ID = 1
// remove IS_TESTNET line
...
</script>
<script ...>
<link ...>
Some of the network IDs you might use:
  • Ethereum Mainnet: NETWORK_ID = 1
  • Ethereum Rinkeby Testnet: NETWORK_ID = 4
  • Polygon: NETWORK_ID = 137
  • Binance: NETWORK_ID = 56
  • For other IDs visit Chainlist​

How to style minting dialog?

How to hide minted counter from the dialog?

You need to set DEFAULTS.hideCounter to true
<script>
CONTRACT_ADDRESS = "<your contract address here>"
NETWORK_ID = 1
DEFAULTS = {
hideCounter: true
}
...
</script>
<script ...>
<link ...>
​
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