Good question... I dunno what is the answer to that question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..
I believe there is a contribution to just that, Duplicate Attributes...
I searched through the contributions and couldn't find anything that whould help solving the problem..
I'm working on a hack that would do the trick for me...
Yes there is a contribution that does this allready..
Its a free contribution but you have to create an account with them.
Which kinda blows...
I have no excactly the same thing, but guess Ill post it here..
I have transferred Products Attributes table from products_attributes.php to.
Categories.php. I have built several queries that when product is done in categories.php.
The information of the product attributes is automatically taken to the products_attributes table of the excact product (and product attributes table isn't listing all the product_attributes available)..
Only thing is that after updating or deleting these attributes in categories.php, attributes table takes straight back to the products_attributes.php page..
The suggestion would be, that after updating, deleting, or inserting product attribution data the page would stay in categories.php -site, in current product which I am editing..
Any clues or ideas how I should take care of that?.
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Hello is there a easier way apply attibutes to producs that have all the same attributes? All our products have the same attibutes but we have like 700 products. This takes for ever! Please help..
Thanks in advance...
I'm also interested in that kind of thing. We are selling cell phones with different packages from cell companies. All of the phones have the same list of attributes (packages)..
Is there a way to set a list of attributes to a whole category? So that when there is a new product those attributes applied automatically...