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Yes it is possible to use multiple modifiers as long as there's only a single option selectable per modifier - so as per your example, there is 1 product called iPad, that has different modifiers and options to create the variants, but an iPad can't be a 16Gb and a 32Gb model - obviously. Here's an example of the EE Entry in the backend: Then on the ...


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Including download links is perfectly possible. First, set the Email Formatting to "HTML", since Store's Download Tag outputs HTML. Second, use the same code in the email template that you would use in a regular EE template to display download links. Here's an example: <ul> {items} <li> {title} {exp:channel:entries ...


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You also have to update exp_store_stock with some basic info.


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OK, thanks again to Peter for answering my question. My challenge is that no two products are the same and some with many variants. To create the price options modules that can be seen on the current site (http://www.picotech.com/highest-performance-oscilloscopes.html) and are being plugged into exp:resso store I created a load of conditional jQuery scripts ...


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Try https://devot-ee.com/add-ons/ajw-export. I recently used it to export Store products.


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I don't know of any particular 3rd party add-ons that are crafted to specifically export Cart Throb data, but it's a pretty cut-and-dry process to output a MySQL table to CSV. You can use a tool like Sequel Pro (OS X) or MySQL Workbench (Windows, Linux) to select your data with a query and then save the query results as a CSV file. If you require something ...


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Looks like the answer you need is in one of the 2 answers given here mate : Store module: How to update product modifier from the cart page?


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How you do this will depend on the fields you have for your product code. If you're using the title field, then this will automatically be carried across to your orders. If you're using a different field for example something like {product_sku}, then you'll need to carry this over into your orders channel. You can collect any custom data for products as ...


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Store supports Channel Form (previously called SafeCracker). You can display the Store product details field in the Channel Form field the same way you do other custom fields, and your users will be able to create products on the front end.


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You could use the in-built 'sticky' option for an entry. All your sticky entries will appear first, regardless of your other orderby parameter values. More information on the EE docs: http://ellislab.com/expressionengine/user-guide/cp/content/publish.html#make-entry-sticky


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I think the problem is that the Store JS code doesn't know the SELECT has changed so doesn't update the price. Setting the selected attribute doesn't fire the change event. You could test this by creating a change event on the select with a debug output to see if it fires. $(".options select").change( function() { console.log("SELECT TRIGGERED ".$(this)....


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