A list of all Manifold services.


Catalog Curation

Specifying products will start with no products, and let you manually specify every product that should be shown.

A common usecase is using products in conjuction with hide-categories (below).


Hide categories

Hiding the categories is a great way to have a more compact display. It’s recommended to use this if you’re only displaying a few products via products (above):

<manifold-marketplace hide-categories></manifold-marketplace>

Hide search

This hides the search bar (always shown by default).

<manifold-marketplace hide-search></manifold-marketplace>

Hide template cards

Add the hide-templates attribute to hide external service template cards (GitHub, Stripe, etc.). This will also hide their respective categories if no other products are using them.

<manifold-marketplace hide-templates></manifold-marketplace>

Featuring products

You can add a β€œFeatured” tag to select products by specifing a comma-separated list:

<manifold-marketplace featured="piio,zerosix"></manifold-marketplace>


This component emits custom events when it updates. To listen to those events, add an event listener either on the component itself, or document:

document.addEventListener('manifold-marketplace-click', { detail } => {
  console.log(detail); // { productLabel: "jawsdb-mysql", productName: "JawsDB MySQL", productId: "234w1jyaum5j0aqe3g3bmbqjgf20p" }

The following events are emitted:

Event Name Description Data
manifold-marketplace-click Fires whenever a user has clicked on a product. productId, productLabel, productName
manifold-template-click Fires whenever a user has clicked on a custom template (assuming it’s not hidden with hide-templates). category


By default, service cards will only emit the manifold-marketplace-click event (above). But it can also be turned into an <a> tag by specifying product-link-format and template-link-format:

<!-- <a href="/product/jawsdb-mysql"> -->

:product will be replaced with the url-friendly slug for the product, as will :template for custom resource templates.

Note that this will disable the custom events unless preserve-event is passed as well.