How to add Products in osCommerce?

To add products in osCommerce please follow the steps below:

  •     Log into your administration page for OsCommerce.
  •     Click on the Catalog link within the main area. This will display all your categories that you have created.
  •     Click on the category name for which you wish to add the product, or the sub-category to.
  •     To open that category, double-click the name after it is highlighted.
  •     If you wish to add a sub-category, then just click the New Category button and follow the same steps as before.
  •     To add the product, click New Product.
  •     Now complete the requested fields that you wish to use. There is an attached text document which provides definitions of the areas.
  •     Once you have entered all of the data, then you can add product attributes like colour. If the product allows the visitor to choose a specific colour or option then we need to enter this in the Product Attributes section afterwards. But first click preview and click Insert to create the product.

To add a manufacturer complete these steps:

  •     Log into your administration page for OsCommerce.
  •     Click the Manufacturers link within the main area. This will display all your manufacturers.
  •     Click the manufacturer name to edit or delete it.
  •     Click Insert to add a new manufacturer.
  •     Enter the manufacturer name, browse for an image if there is one and enter a manufacturer’s URL, if applicable.
  •     Once done, click Save.

To add a new tax class follow these steps:

  •     Log into your administration page for OsCommerce.
  •     Click the Location/Taxes link within the main area.
  •     Then click the Tax Zone link.
  •     Add a name for the tax zone you wish to create. This is similar to a tax category.
  •     Once it is inserted, then click the Tax Classes link and add a tax class. This is what is displayed on the web page and invoices when created as to what type of tax it is.
  •     Now click the Tax Rates link.
  •     Add the tax rate. Select the specific Tax Class and Tax Zone, then add the tax rate used for this.

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