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Product's Deprecated Properties

Overview

The following properties are included on all responses, however they are deprecated.

Deprecated Properties

Price

Key Name: price

Example: "10.00" (£10)

Example: "3.50" (£3.50)

A string representing the retail price in pounds, not including handling fee.

This has been deprecated in favour of the the numeric Sale Price.

Weight

This field is not used

Key Name: weight

Example: 1

This was originally used for ordering purposes. However sorting is now managed by the API, and typically Products are sorted by retail price.

Image

Warning

Many image names end in .gif despite not actually being GIFs (many are PNG). Be wary of image formats.

Key Name: image

Example: "some-image.gif"

The name of the image to be used for the Product in the UI. This has been deprecated in favour of Image Url which gives the fully qualified URL to the same image.

Claim Image

Warning

Many image names end in .gif despite not actually being GIFs (many are PNG). Be wary of image formats.

Key Name: "some-image.gif"

Not used.

Open Graph Image

Warning

Many image names end in .gif despite not actually being GIFs (many are PNG). Be wary of image formats.

Key Name: open_graph_image

Example: "some-image.gif"

The name of the image to be used for the Product's open graph pictures; as a result, this shows up when viewing in whatsapp / sharing on Facebook etc.

This has been deprecated in favour of Open Graph Image Url which gives the fully qualified URL to the same image.

iMessage Image

Warning

Many image names end in .gif despite not actually being GIFs (many are PNG). Be wary of image formats.

Key Name: imessage_image

Example: "some-image.gif"

The name of the image to be used for the Product when displayed on iMessage.

This has been deprecated in favour of iMessage Image Url which gives the fully qualified URL to the same image.

Claim Image Url

Warning

Many image names end in .gif despite not actually being GIFs (many are PNG). Be wary of image formats.

Key Name: claim_image_url

Example: "http://api.huggg.me/images/some-image.png"

Not used.