1 pointAlso: - You seem to demand a very narrow set of Condition labels e.g. New, Used. Turin shroud would be "Used" but that isn't really good enough. I'd like to formulate my own condition labels, or at least expand the available list of given labels to bring them in line with, say, the labels available on eBay, e.g. New, New - Other, Used, and *blank* for antiques. Personally l'd also add "New - Oldstock". - As for route to PCI compliance, l meant maybe recommend a 10-minute route to compliance e.g. use a PCI compliant payment provider and a dedicated PC, job done. - Please understand that at least one *MAJOR* online marketplace is widely thought to be constructively dismissing its bric a brac sellers in favour of global retailers, penalising them here and there because bric a brac is generally a nuisance so my point is: there is going to be a big influx of people looking to set up their own website shops to mirror their existing online marketplace shop. That paradigm isn't being much considered, l feel. Consider that most people will attempt to do it manually, rather than pay up front (or even merely trial) a cart 3rd party add-on that could, maybe, should do the job automatically, but it'd help to be a computer scientist to get the ball rolling etc. No ... most people will attempt to do it manually first off. So that's where l'm coming from. I want to manually mirror my online marketplace shop, by setting up a website shop using CubeCart or any other cart. I shall still perservere. I'd like to eventually submit a trip report for how l got it up and running, if indeed l ever succeed. Bye for now!
1 pointThanks for taking the time to feedback! Always good to hear of how we can do better. Much appreciated. It many situations is can but for those who use cheap $5 a month shared hosting it may not be possible due to resource limitations imposed by the hosting company not CubeCart. Taking a big image and creating thumbnails can need a lot of memory. Our hosted customers shouldn't have any problem.
1 pointIn admin, Export Catalogue, the data included by the 'CubeCart' export format is from this request to the database: Get everything from the table CubeCart_inventory, but... skipping any product where its primary category's status is disabled and/or where the product's status is disabled. So, "all of the inventory" - probably, but no, not necessarily. Fetching an Export Catalogue CSV file does show you almost everything. What I do not see (and there may be more) is a collection of all the categories a product is assigned to. Only the Primary category is included - and only its ID number.. The CSV to be imported can contain anything you want. CubeCart will then display a "map". It will list all the column header names found in the CSV and for each column, there will be a drop-down selector shown that you will choose which Inventory database table column to put that CSV column into. (The actual table column names are keyed against phrases from the language file. Thus, the database table column 'description' is shown in the drop-down selector as "Descripción" for admins running their store in Spanish.) In the Import Catalogue feature, to assign a category, use either a known Cat_ID or use the existing category name - and CubeCart will create the categories dynamically if the name is not found. To assign a product to more than one category, separate the IDs (or names) by a comma. The first ID (or name) will be the primary. To assign to a new category breadcrumb, separate the names by a slash. For example: 3, 5, Cat1/Cat1A/Cat1A1 The primary will be existing cat_id 3 (whatever that is), and also be assigned to existing cat_id 5, and will also be assigned to Cat1A1 (which is a child of Cat1A, which is a child of Cat1), creating these categories if needed. This KB article is a cheatsheet: https://support.cubecart.com/Knowledgebase/Article/View/32/41/how-do-i-use-the-bulk-product-import-tool