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Shop content

The editor for shop contents also contains all store content editor components along with two new options: 

  • A field for setting the product’s status to active or inactive (Fig.1,1)
  • The price section (Fig.1, 2)

shop content tab

With the status field (Fig.1, 1) you can switch the order state of the product:

  • Active if the product can be purchased.
  • Inactive if the product can’t be purchased.

At the prices section (Fig.1, 2) you can set the purchase price for the product and the corresponding tax rate.

Editing prices

Before you can start editing prices, you must have created a new shop with all necessary shop settings.

Create a new price

In order to edit a product's price, expand the prices panel with the expand button . When the dropdown has opened, use the create button (Fig.2, 1) in the toolbar of the dropdown to create a new price.

shop price section

Use this button to open an input mask. In this input mask you have to select a tax rate (Fig.3, 1) and a status for the price (Fig.3, 2):

shop price input mask

  • Active: the product can be purchased.
  • Inactive: the product is sold out.
  • Expired: the price is no longer available.

After you have created the price, you can set its value, the minimum order size and the maximum order size by clicking into the corresponding input elements. With the minimum and maximum order size it is, for example, possible to reduce the price for different order sizes, e.g. up to an order size of ten pieces the product will cost 1.99$ and up to an order size of 20 pieces the product will cost 1.59$ and so on. The system automatically searches the lowest price for the user's order size if the user is allowed to buy the product.

Note: The price’s decimal fraction has to be separated with a dot, not with a comma.

Now, if it’s necessary, you can assign roles to this price by using the edit button next to the maximum order size column. With the help of these roles you can restrict the availability of prices to users belonging to that role (more on the topic of roles: Roles).To finish creating a new price, use the save button in the tab’s toolbar.

Editing the roles assigned to a price

If you want to edit an existing price’s roles, click on the ‘edit’ button next to that price. Editing an existing price’s tax rate and state, the order-amount, the actual price and so on is done by a left click on the price’s corresponding field and entering the desired value or selecting it from a dropdown.

Editing the summary

Editing the summary of a shop product is the same as with any other content. See: Basic editor components.

Editing the description

Editing the description of a product is quite similar to editing the description of any content.

  • Open the description section by using the ‘expand’ button
  • Use the ‘edit’ button to open the rich text editor in a new popup
  • Use the rich text editor for editing the description
  • After editing the description save it.

And that’s it, your description is done.

Adding an image group

Adding an image group is similar to adding image groups to store contents. See ‘adding an image group’.

Creating a variant

Creating a variant of a shop article can be useful if you have a product which can be purchased e.g. in different colours. To create a new variant use the "create variant" button located in the top bar of the tab to open the input mask. Enter the variant's name and its order code to finish creating the variant. You may set individual prices for the variant, if not, the main product’s prices will be applied by default. In any other aspect, editing a shop product's variant works the same way like editing the main product.

Note: The first time you create a variant, the main order code will be deleted. That’s the case, because the old main product now serves as a grouping element for the variants within the shop’s structure.