Adding a Product
To add a new product, select the section of the store that you wish to add the product to from the store tree. Products can be moved into categories and shelves later if required. Then click the Product button. You can also use the New Product button on the toolbar, or right click and select New then Product from the popup menu. Enter a name for the product.
After creating a new Product, you can enter the product details on the Inventory tab. To preview the product in your web browser, click the Preview button.
Assigning colors to the product
To enter a color for the product, click the >> button next to the color drop down box. Click the New button on the Color options window.
Enter a value for the new type that is added eg. Red. To rename a color, right click the color and select Rename from the popup menu. Repeat these steps to add more colors.
The color field can be changed for other uses eg. Materials. Enter "Materials" in the Color options window label field. Then click the New button and name the new type "Silk".
Assigning sizes to the product
To enter a size for the product click the >> button next to the size drop down box. Click the New button on the Size options window. Enter a value for the new type that is added eg. Large, Small, 10-12 etc. Repeat these steps to add more sizes.
The size field can also be changed for other uses eg. Materials.
If you want to include an image of the product, enter a filename or a URL to the image in the Image field. Click the << button to browse for an image file if you are unsure of the path and filename. If you are entering an URL, type the URL into the image field. Note: the 'http://' prefix must be included.
This is the link opened when a customer clicks on the image of the product. Usually this will be a link to a larger picture of the product or category, however the link can also be to a web page. Enter a filename or URL in the Links To field, or click the << button to browse for an image file.
For more information about the fields on the Inventory tab, see the Interface section of the manual.