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Lesson 2 – Part 11 – Setup Product Category Catalog (Archive) Pages

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Note that this, our products page, is a list of all of our WP eStore products. If we click on that, it'll take us over to a specific product. The next thing we’re going to do with our products is we're going to add our product categories. We're going to actually add our product category

Lesson 2 – Part 5 – Setup WP eStore Product Catalog in Genesis

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Now that we've discussed the WP eStore system for Catalog Display, we're going to create products and product categories and we're going to start that off in the Genesis theme using pages. As I said earlier, we're going to use the page system because we want to do this in Genesis with the minimum amount

Lesson 2 – Part 4 – WP eStore Catalog Display

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We've just discussed using WordPress to organize product display but the next thing that we're going to do is look at the WP eStore system for catalog display. WP eStore employs its own system that's entirely apart from the ordinary WordPress workings and it is based on WP eStore Product Categories. Now, we're going to

Lesson 2 – Part 3 – Using WordPress to Organize Product Display

Now that we've chosen our shopping cart plugin, WP eStore, for our online store selling digital and intangible products, we need to talk about how we're going to organize our site for an online store. This is another very substantial topic because once we decide that we're going to display things like department pages and

Rearranging the WP eStore Fancy 3 Product Display

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In this session a member asks how he can rearrange the product description on his WP eStore to make it look neater. We show how that can be achieved with a little CSS code. Rick: But we’re going to start off this morning with Rosco. Rosco, I’m unmuting your microphone here. Are you with us?

When to Use Post VS Pages for Products in WP eStore

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In this session, we discuss what to consider when deciding to use posts or pages for your products in your WP eStore. Some of the variables are the number of products, hierarchy system to be used and how you want to categorize them. In general, pages are easier to use when you have just a

WP eStore Update – New Features in Version 5 – Part 2 – New Catalog and Product Display

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This is the second in a short series on looking at the new features in WP eStore 5.3. WP eStore has added quite a bit new functionality in the last year. In this lesson we’ll look at some of the new ways of displaying product categories in a catalog and displaying individual products. Take that

Lesson 3 – Part 4 – Populate a Products Catalog Page

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So now the next that we’re going to do is we to create a Products Catalog page. We actually have the page created. It’s this page right here called products. So we’re going to edit the page. And the way we’re going to create this catalog page, is by using this WP eStore Shortcodes button.

Lesson 6 – Organizing and Configuring a Large Product Catalog

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Please note that this course has been replaced with the new "Sell Your Digital Products with WP eStore" In this video tutorial we will look at how to configure and organize a large product catalog in your e-commerce website.  The previous lessons have focused on creating an E-Commerce website with simple categories and only a

Lesson 5 – Part 3 – How to Display Product Categories

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In this part of the lesson we’re going to look at various ways to display Product Categories in WP eStore. Before we start doing that I just want to refresh your memory about Categories. Go to your Dashboard and scroll down here to the WP eStore and select Categories. What are WP eStore Product Categories?

Lesson 5 – Part 4 – How to Display All Products in a Given Category

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In the fourth part of this lesson we’re going to look at the various ways to display a list of Products in WP eStore in a specific Category. The first thing we want to do is open up one of our Product pages. We come over to Pages and we’ve got two different Product pages.

Lesson 5 – Part 5 – How to Display Individual Products

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In this part of the lesson we are going to look at different ways to display a specific product. We’re going to start off with Product IDs just like we looked at Category IDs. Go to your Dashboard and scroll down here to the WP eStore. Look at Manage Products and you can see that

Lesson 5 – Customize the Display of the Product Catalog and Add the Shopping Cart

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Please note that this course has been replaced with the new "Sell Your Digital Products with WP eStore" In this video tutorial we will display our productsin a catalog and add the shopping cart. There are a variety of ways to display products in WP eStore and we will explore them all. In this fifth

Lesson 4 – Add Products to our Store

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Please note that this course has been replaced with the new "Sell Your Digital Products with WP eStore" In this video tutorial we will add products to our WP eStore catalog. Our new WordPress e-commerce website relies on the WP eStore plugin for all of the catalog and product management as well as the shopping