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  1. Thank you!! Does this mean I can use all 22 size attributes within my spreadsheet, and cancel the unwanted Sizes by leaving the price column completely blank? See bold below. Just want to make sure I understand what you are saying. A very big thanks for the help! ie. Attribute #6 - Size 11 v_attribute_values_id_1_6 is 6 v_attribute_values_name_1_6_1 is 11 "shoe size" v_attribute_values_price_1_6 set to 0 will set this attribute with catalog price. Attribute #7 - Size 12 v_attribute_values_id_1_7 is 7 v_attribute_values_name_1_7_1 is 12 "shoe size" v_attribute_values_price_1_7 set to a blank entry will void this particular attribute on an individual product basis? Thanks again, only 2,000 products to go !
  2. You may disregard or delete my previous post. :blush: The funny thing about posting on this forum is, about the time I've posted something, I'm usually getting close to a solution. I kept trying different things and found a work-around! Yeah! Now, I do believe that I understand the way the Attributes are set up. I'm still curious if there is a way to implement different sets of Attributes within a single .CSV file? If you have any ideas or suggestions, i'm still open to them, and i'm also more than happy to help you set up Attributes for your store. At least, I'll do what I can. Blessings to the creators of the osC code and time-saving add-ons!
  3. Hi! Easy Populate is such an excellent contribution! Thanks for this super-time-saver! Can someone suggest if this is, first of all, possible to do with Easy Populate, and secondly, offer suggestions on how to import products that have different size attributes via EP? What I thought to try, that failed, was to create Option Name Size, and list within it Option Values of sizes 4-18, S, M, L, XL, S/M, and M/L. Then, applying all these sizes to one product to see how it came out in the downloaded .csv file. Now, I am trying to use those headings and data to configure a list of products with different size attributes. I first attempted uploading a .CSV with only one product (avail. in sizes 6-12). No product attributes show for this product in Admin. No drop down on the Product Page on my website either. It also seems like I read something that said I should NOT have created Product Attributes within Admin. But I cannot find it again, nor confirm it in the EP documentation. EP vers: 2.76i-MS2 osCommerce Online Merchant v2.2 RC2a OS: HTTP: Apache DB: MySQL 5.0.81-community PHP: 5.2.10 (Zend: 2.2.0) Temp Directory: /home/firelily/public_html/temp/ Temp Dir is Writable Magic Quotes is: off register_globals is: off Split files on: 300 records Model Num Size: 25 Price with tax: false Calc Precision: 2 Replace quotes: false Field seperator: comma Excel safe output: true Preserve tab/cr/lf: false Category depth: 7 Enable attributes: true SEF Froogle URLS: false Other Support: MVS Support: false Additional Images: false More Pics: false UltraPics Pics: false HTC: false SPPC: false Extra Fields: false PDF Upload: false Example Shoe 1 comes in sizes 6-12 Shoe 2 comes in sizes 5-14 Shoe 4 comes in sizes S, M, L and XL Shoe 5 comes in sizes S/M, or M/L You volunteers are awesome! I appreciate your time and assistance!
  4. Please ignore my post, or delete it. I figured it out
  5. STEP #7 - Configuring the file "/catalog/admin/easypopulate.php" PLEASE DO THIS!!!!!: Go to /catalog/admin/easypopulate.php and read the section marked "Configuration Variables". How do I get to this section? It does not appear on easypopulate.php? Thanks for this add-on! I'm in the midst of tweaking my .csv import file and database to accomodate. Just need some help finding the Configuration Variables section that I am supposed to read. Thanks for some assistance!
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