page last edited on 20 September 2018
The addon Product Stickers enables you to label any products in your store with custom stickers to deliver additional information to your store visitors.
To start using the addon, install it as described in Installing Addons from the X-Cart App Store.
Once the addon has been installed, proceed to the addon settings page to configure the options.
The Product Stickers addon configuration settings are as follows:
- Display product labels as stickers : If enabled, the default product labels (sale, market price, etc.) are displayed as stickers.
SaleSale stickerMarket priceMarket price sticker
- Allow vendors to edit product stickers : If enabled, vendors can create, edit and assign product stickers to the products they own. Applies to X-Cart Multivendor and Ultimate editions only.
Submit the settings to make them active.
To create a new product sticker:
Open the Product stickers section in the Admin/Vendor area (Catalog -> Product stickers) and click Create:
On the blank new line that will be provided, enter a name for your sticker and select the text and background colors:
To choose a color:
Click within the color field you want to edit. This will display the color select panel.
Use the color palette to pick the color you require.
Click the multicolored round button in the bottom right-hand corner of the panel to select the color. The code of the chosen color will be displayed in the color field.
Save the sticker using the Save changes button.
After creating the stickers they require, the store admin/vendor can assign the stickers to products.
To assign a sticker to a product:
In the product list (Catalog -> Products), find the product to which you want to add a sticker and open the product details for viewing/editing.
On the Info tab of the product details page, locate the Product stickers field:
The field is a drop-down box; use it to select the stickers you want to apply to the product.
Update the product details to save your changes.
That’s it! The product sticker has been assighed to the product and can now be seen in the storefront.
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