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First off, Can I change my subdomain on Yahoo iPage? Many thanks for any answer or 2. Second question of mine... I'm sure I"m looking right past this so bare with me-.

We sell tshirts- but I can't for the life of me figure out how to allow people to pick sizes!.

Is it a plug in? Is it an option I'm completely overlooking in my admin and product attributes area?.

I just want someone to be able to choose XL, L, M when they purchase a shirt..

Please help!..

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Yup, although you might want to make sure and wait for someone else to confirm my answer as I am not confident. Better yet, why don't you email the iPage guys because they can answer you better...

Comment #1

Wish I could buy you a Coke! thanks so much man!! You've made my day!..

Comment #2

OK - I have a similar problem.

Yes I do understand how to but I wonder if there is an easier way..

I have 40 or so dif prints for T-shirts.

Each print/product is availible in 3-7 dif colors and 3-7 dif sizes.

Do I have to put in up to 14 dif attributes to each product?..

Comment #3

Attributes are put in once but then added to each product. A long and tedious process..

Most people add the attributes and set up one product..

Then install the contribution Easy Populate and download a product/catalog file. This contains details about the product and attributes each one has..

Edit this file to add new products by adding them to the file and then upload the file..

All will become clearer if you take the time to read the EP documentation...

Comment #4

Here is what you need..

Http://www.oscommerc...tributions,3610.

Should do your job..

Comment #5

I use the attribute sets (link above) for multiples and it works like a charm!..

Comment #6

I'm new at this so... sorry!.

I am trying to set up tshirt sizes too..

I have gone to "product attributes" and have set up sizes/colors with the specific tshirt..

But then when I go back to "products" /apparel/edit product, I still don't have any options to put in these extra attributes. Tried to include a screen shot, but this form wouldn't let me upload any images either. Nor when I try to add a new product..

I have to run and get in the shower; can email them later or add a link... but if anyone has any ideas in the mean time??.

Also, does anyone know someone who would do my coding/store for a financially struggling nonprofit for a decent price? I'm having hand sugery next week, so am wondering if this is going to get done but since I'm moving all my inventory to a warehouse and shipping company, I thought this would be the best time to have the new storefront too?.

Lisa C...

Comment #7

You dont set the attributes for th eproduct in the product create page (i know, a little weird).

You go to the page where you created the attributions, and the table at the bottom is where you set up each product. You just choose the product name, then the attribute that you want, and then it will be there when you look at it..

There is an easier way to do it though. the link above is for attributes sets contribution> this will let you create a set of attributes that you would use a lot (like shirt sizes) and then you can put those in where you create or edit the new product because the contribution allows you to "choose attributes sets" from thta page..

ITS A LOT EASIER>..

Comment #8

Thank you!! It works (despite not making sense...).

Lisa.

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Comment #9

Ended up using AJAX attribute manager and Product Attributes Sort Order. Worked out perfect but now having a problem with the attribut manager cant delete and go to other pages.... Will check out Attributes Set Plus though..

Comment #10

Hi,.

I have a question. Is there a way to add all product size to one product at one time. For example: I have a iPage site that sells flip flops, each product has sizes 8-13, is there a way for me to add it once rather than doing it each time for each size?.

Thanks in advance..

Comment #11

Oooh, I wish I had seen the EP contribution on sunday night when I spent two hours putting in color/size attributes on 20 items.

{left me dazed-ish}.

Haha 'work smart, don't work hard' - I smuck my head like could've had a v8 ad..

Comment #12


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.