Join Tom Geller for an in-depth discussion in this video Displaying products, part of Create Your First Online Store with Drupal Commerce .
We've set up our store, and added one product; a bottle of olive oil.…The way Drupal Commerce works, that's only the first half of the equation.…That product won't appear on our site until we also display the product, sort of…like moving items from the warehouse to the front of the store.…To do that, we will create something called a product display node. Because we…are using Commerce Kickstart, we get a few things that you'll have to set up by…hand if you installed it from scratch.…The first is in the modules. You will have to turn on two modules that are down…here under the Commerce area.…
First is Cart, and second is Product Reference.…You'll need Product Reference, because that's what ties together the products…with the product displays.…Another thing that we get from installing from the Kickstart is a product…display node content type.…You see that by going up to Structure, and Content Types, and there is Product Display.…As with other kinds of nodes in Drupal, you can change the fields that it…
- Surveying the store-building process
- Installing Drupal Commerce using Commerce Kickstart
- Accepting PayPal payments
- Processing orders
- Understanding rules and line items
- Listing and importing products
- Managing inventory, orders, and customer profiles
- Streamlining the checkout process
- Launching a store
- Offering product discounts
- Analyzing site traffic with Google Analytics
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setting Up Drupal Commerce
2. Getting Ready for Sales
3. Understanding How Drupal Commerce Works
4. Listing Products
5. Managing Your Workflow
6. Organizing Your Store
7. Increasing Sales
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