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Below are instructions on how to add products to wardrobeAve.com
Products are not created equally, and in some cases the customer gets to decide the type of product they want. For example, your store may sell t-shirts, and the customer may find a design they like but need to get it in a certain size. In a situation like this, you will need to take advantage of the product attribute system in WardrobeAve. It lets you define attributes (like size), give them options (like small, medium, and large), and enable attributes and options on a per-product basis.
Assigning attributes and options to products:
On WardrobeAve the product model (usually defined by a manufacturer) or SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) is the main identifier for a product across the various systems. The main SKU for a product is automatically generated. It will look like "103-2", where "103" is your user id (the id of the person who added the product to our website) and '2' is the product id. For the purpose of this handbook page, we will use the term "SKU" to refer to the field, though in some parts of WardrobeAve.com it may be referred to as "Model."
It is important to know that while every product must have at least one SKU defined on the product form, you may end up using more than one SKU per product node. The additional SKUs will be needed for the product attributes (color, size, etc). Once you have attached attributes and options to a product, go to the Adjustments tab on the product Edit page. On the adjustment page, you will see a list of all combinations of your attributes. Give each one of them an SKU, for example if your product is a skirt and the auto assigned SKU is "103-2" and the skirt comes in sizes small, medium, and large and comes in blue, grey, and red. You can assign each combination of the attributes a unique SKU by combining the names of the attributes. For example, the size small blue skirt can be setup like this: 103-2-small-B or 103-2-BlueS or 103-2SmallBlue or just add letters to the end of the main SKU like 103-2a, 103-2b, 103-2c, etc. Whichever way works for you. If you already have your own style defined, you can use that. Click “submit" once you are done.
Adjustment page before you assign SKU to the attributes.
Adjustment page after you assign SKU to the attributes.
Under the product edit page, click on the Stock tab. Enter the amount you have in stock for each SKU assigned to the product and check Active to make the product SKU active.
You will be notified by email when your stock is running low. Enter an amount in the Threshold box that you want the stock level to stay above before you notified of the low stock level. A warning email will be sent if the stock level reaches the threshold level.