The majority of this content has been copied from the Woo Commerce documentation. it has been edited and expanded upon to fit our specific needs.
To add a new product go to:
Create > Shop Manager > Dashboard > Products > Add New.
|This should be a Short Product Name
|This is the SKU for the product in lowercase. If you need assistance click here https://old.3dptrain.com/docs/product-managment/creating-a-sku/.
|Only click this if you want to sell the digital file only
|This is the customer’s price for buying the product. The ( ) shows the commotion to 3DP Train
|The sale price overrides the set price.
|You need to be as specific as possible, So if you have a steam train kit, use Train>Steam. If you need a new one added please email [email protected]
|this appears to the right of the picture under the price. If you use this you should be short and sweet. It is optional. This fills the area between the price and the [Add to cart] button.
|This needs to be as detailed as possible. This will show up first in the list of tabs lower on the page.
|Add your product SKU (refer to https://old.3dptrain.com/docs/product-managment/creating-a-sku/ ) Do not add or change anything else.
|Shipping and Tax
|3DP Train will set this for you
|Upsell: not used in our marketplace Cross-Sell: Promote items for products in a customer’s cart. Examples would be trucks that match your car.
|Click on the drop-down bar and add: “Scale” of your product (do not use a 3D scale) “Length” of the product “Era” decade of the Product “Company/Railroad” Prototype Name for product
|Skip this section
|Make sure that Visibility is set to visible.
|Optional to the vendor
|Enable Product Review
|Customers can leave reviews on the website once they order your products. It is optional if you want it to be enabled.
To edit a product go to:
Create > Shop Manager > Dashboard > Products > All products > Select product.
While adding your first product, let’s get familiar with the product management page. The Main Body is where the majority of the product settings are located. The Sidebar contains additional options, settings, as well as publishing tools.
There are many product options that are not required, or applicable for your product. We will only be covering the options that are applicable to creating your model. There are also a few sections that we will need to fill in.