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How to add different values to an attribute

  • suavedesign
    Member

    @suavedesign

    I am trying to add values to an attribute of a product.
    In the attribute window, how do I separate the values, so that they come out as separate options?
    I have small, medium, large. How do I get it to show up as three different options, instead of one option, called “small, medium, large”? I am separating the values with commas, but that’s obviously not the right way.
    Thanks.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/woocommerce/

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  • ilziosem
    Participant

    @ilziosem

    I think you have to write something like this:

    small | medium | large

    I’ve just made something similar, unfortunately, however, I can not order the attributes as I want, in fact I see “medium, large and small” and not “small, medium, large” as I want.

    Let me know if you can solve everything 🙂

    Sem

    ilziosem
    Participant

    @ilziosem

    ok, I’ve ordered the attributes by drag&drop in the attribute page.

    And if you use woocommerce 2 you can select the attribute values on the dropdown menu in the attribute tab.
    Add the attribute, for example “size” and then, clicking above the “value text form” you should see a list of all your variables.

    🙂

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