Support » Plugin: Variation Swatches for WooCommerce » Link color thumbnails

  • Hi,

    I have like 26k thumbnails of colors, which are uploaded on my server. What I need to do is link all of them to their corresponding attribute with the url link which I also have.

    I just need to know when exported where I should incorporate the link? Can such option be created or it already exists?

    Kind Regards,
    Aydan

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  • Hi Aydan,

    The default WooCommerce should work, did you try that ?

    Regards,
    Ashiq

    Hi Ashiq

    I tried manually uploading the thumbnail to the color attribute and then export via woocommerce premium import/export plugin incl. metadata, but nothing about the url’s of the colors is being exported. I’m currently using Product Import Export Plugin For WooCommerce (webtoffee), which is way better, but it also doesn’t export such column.

    This was the following answer from their support:

    You are required to export the image name/URL of the images that are assigned to the attributes. By default in Woocommerce/WordPress, the product attribute data’s are stored as taxonomies in the database and only the attribute name & slug data is stored with the product details. Our plugin imports/exports product data to/from the database hence the custom field(color image) created along with attributes are not exported into the CSV file.

    You may please reach the support of Woocommerce variation swatches plugin to know more about importing/exporting of the attribute images.

    Plugin Contributor Ahmed Ehsaan

    (@wpeshaan)

    Hi @aydanar,

    We are running research to add this feature.

    Thank you

    Hi Ahmed

    Thank you, hoping to be ready soon.

    Kind Regards,
    Aydan

    Hi Ahmed

    Do you have an idea about the length of your research? So I can plan my projects accordingly?

    Kind Regards,
    Aydan

    Plugin Contributor Ahmed Ehsaan

    (@wpeshaan)

    Hi @aydanar,

    Do you have any suggestion on this?

    Thank You

    aydanar

    (@aydanar)

    Hi @wpeshaan

    Honestly said, I don’t. But you can check Falk-Ross , although it’s not a WordPress website. Maybe you can add that specific taxonomy in the core of WordPress, with some add-on?

    Thank you for your support.

    Kind Regards,
    Aydan

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