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Creating Product Options
Learning product option terms Product options are familiar to all shoppers, but can be confusing to set up if you aren't familiar with the terminology. Here are three terms you need to know: Product Options: This refers to the type of option, for instance "Color". Product Option Choices: This term refers to the choices you have for a product option. For the "Color" option, your choices might be "Blue" or "Green". Variants: This term refers to the specific item you sell. For example, if your product has 2 product options (e.g. size and color), and each of them have 2 choices (e.g. small or large; blue or green), your product has 4 variants: Small, blue Small, green Large, blue Large green For which products can I create product options? You can create product options for any physical product. How many options, choices, and variants can I create? Product Options: Each product can have up to 6 product options. Choices: Each product option you create can have 100 option choices. Variants: You can manage a total of 1000 variants. Can I display a separate image for each option choice? Yes! Show your customers exactly what they're getting by uploading an image for each option choice. Setting Different Prices for Variants You may prefer to sell different variants at different prices, for instance if you sell the same earrings in gold and silver. After you enter a price for the product itself, you can add an additional charge to more expensive variants. Alternatively, you can add a negative charge to reduce the base price. To increase or decrease a variant price: Go to the Products tab in your site's dashboard. Select a product with product options. Make sure the Manage pricing and inventory for variants toggle is enabled. If you previously saved variant inventory options, click Edit. Select an option: Increase the base price: Under Charge, enter the price increase (e.g. enter 10 to raise the price by $10). Decrease the base price: Under Charge, enter the price reduction (e.g. enter -10 to lower the price by $10). Click Apply. Notes: If you set different prices, you can show that the price has a range (e.g. From $12.00). Learn How If you display a price per unit (e.g. $5 / 1 lb.) on your site, and you raise or lower the prices for product options, the correct price per unit adjusts automatically.
Create a Blog Post on a Desktop
Show me how Click the blog in the Editor and click Manage Posts. Click Create New Post and start writing Tip: To write posts from your live site, just login to your live site using the email address associated with your Wix account.