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Adding size options for t-shirts?


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In admin, Product Options, Option Groups tab, add an option.

Group Name: Size

Description: Various sizes (description is seen in admin screens)

Group Type: Dropdown List

Required: Yes (Green tick)

Click Save.

 

In admin, Product Options, Option Attributes tab, add an attribute.

Choose Size from the dropdown

Name: 3XL (Click the plus sign in the green circle)

Name: 2XL (Click the plus sign in the green circle)

Name: XL (Click the plus sign in the green circle)

Name ......

Click Save.

 

In admin, Products, bring up a T-shirt for editing (can also add a new product).

Options tab, Select a Size Attribute from the dropdown (currently says "Please Select").

Enter the Price differential from the base price (e.g., 3XL is $1.00 more than regular price).

Enter an exact weight.

(Click the plus sign in the green circle)

Repeat for each size attribute you want this inventory item to have.

Click Save.

 

 

There are more features when there is more than one option (Options Matrix), and there is a feature called Option Sets where you can apply a named collection of options to a product quickly.

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When adding/editing a product, on the Options tab, selecting all applicable size attributes from the dropdown for this item will cause these attributes to appear on the product description page as a dropdown selector, allowing the customer to make their choice as to the size desired for this item.

 

Making a separate inventory item for each size is not necessary or desirable.

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In admin, Products, bring the T-shirt item up for editing. On the Options tab, Product Options table, make the status a Green Check and the Options Matrix a Green Check for all options you want to enable for stock levels for each option. Click Save&Reload.

 

Again on the Options tab, you should now see the Options Matrix table. Make the Use Stock Level a Green Check for those options you wish to restrict sales to only that which is in stock, and set the inventory level. You may also add specific properties for each option combination (of which you only have size).

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Could you elaborate on what you recall the issue being? What would be 'reflecting'?

 

On CC521, the stock level is reported (clarification: as seen on the storefront's Product Description page) as something like 5 - 23 where these numbers represent an unidentified option combination with the lowest stock level, and an unidentified option combination with the highest stock level.

 

Does CC522 show something different?

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