Here you can store all of the general information about your shop. These will be used later in different places in the shop, e.g. in email templates.
How to use these variables in emails is described in the article Email templates.
Shop name: Enter the name of your shop here, this field is used for the page title and various other places.
This field is only used, if you didn't provide a name in the shop settings
Shop owner email: Various confirmation and status emails will be sent from this address (new orders, new customers, etc). You can also receive e.g. order notifications through this.
Address: Enter your business mailing address here.
Bank information: Here you can fill in your shop's bank account credentials, which then are used in order confirmation mails, if your customer chose prepayment as the payment method.
Company: Enter the complete name of your company here.
Shop is family friendly: This setting sets the metatag "isFamilyFriendly" for search engines.
Here you are able to quickly define new currencies for items offered in your frontend. Existing currencies are displayed in the middle column and new currencies can be easily added.
Existing currencies must not be deleted. New currencies can be added and existing currencies may be modified.
To use the currencies in the desired shops, open the shop settings in Configuration > Basic settings > Shop settings > Shops, choose the desired shop and add the currency in the field "Select currencies" in the regarding shop.
In the "basic settings > shops" you can add the new currency to preferred shop shops.
Under Configuration/Basic settings/Shop settings click on Localizations.
Here you find all available localizations with the corresponding ISO codes. You should not change anything in these entries. The translations are automatically assigned in the frontend, based on the localization function (e.g., the label on the PayPal Express buttons).
If the country is missing from the list, you can add it, naturally, with the "Add" button. When adding a new country, you have three text fields to fill.
Set the language. For example "Spanish"
Specify the country or region. For example "Argentina"
Enter the valid ISO code. For example "es_AR"
With the Tax management you can create and assign different tax rates for different countries. The tax management can be found in Configuration > Basic settings > Shop settings > Taxes
The addition takes place on the systems net price. The gross price depends on the used tax rate, which depends on the customers shipping country.
The item which costs 11,90 € for a german customer (net 10,00€ + 19% tax) will cost 12,00€ for a austrian customer (net 10,00€ + 20%)
These tax rate can be configured individually for every customer group, country and state.
Never delete the default tax rates, otherwise this can cause in misfunction. When needed, you can configure this tax rates individually or create new tax rates. The default tax rates can be found in the database table s_core_tax and have the id 1 and 4.
In the middle column of the module you can find all tax groups, by default there are 2 tax groups, normal tax (named 19% for example) and reduced tax (named 7% for example).
Add a tax rate
You can add as much tax groups as you need and inherit these groups to your desired countries. In the most cases only 2 tax groups (reduced, high) are necessary.
Delete tax group
By clicking delete entry the complete tax group with all its assigned tax rules will be deleted.
In the right column of the module contains all configurations of the selected tax group. Here you can set individual tax rates per customer group / country / state.
Just give your tax rate a name.
Default tax rate
Here you can define the default tax rate, e.g. 19%
here you can define rules for your tax group, every customergroup / country or state can get a different tax rate. If no individual or inherited tax rate will be used, Shopware automatically falls back to the default tax rate of your tax group.
Choosing the customer group
Choose the customer group first, then you can click add entry to define individual tax settings.
Naming of tax rules
By clicking Name you can enter your desired name for your tax rule.
Here you have to choose the area, in which this rule should work. This area depends on the area-setting in Configuration > Basic settings > country areas.
Here you can define the country in which your tax rate should appear. In this Dropdown you only see countries in the before chosen area. Choosing all your rule will appear in all countries of the selected area.
If you want your tax rule to grep only in specific states, you can define this here, base on the chosen country you can define a state here in which you want to activate this tax rule. Defining states is made in the country settings in Configuration > Basic configuration > Shop settings > Countries.
Here you'll define the tax rate which will appear dynamically in the frontend depending on its rules.
With the Countries tab you are able to add all regions, countries and associated states which are managed in your shop. These entries are used, for example, for assigning individual tax groups, shipping types and costs, and/or required for risk management functions.
First you see a list of all areas that have already been created with the assigned areas (see also the info on the countries zones) and also the stored ISO code.
Adding regions & countries
With the Add entry button, you have the option of adding new countries.
The VAT check must be activated with the VAT ID check plugin.
Optionally all countries can be divided into states. These following fields are required:
Geo blocking - disable shipping in specific countries
In Shopware you can disable shipping in specific countries even when you allow registering for those. For this you deactivate the checkbox Allow the usage as shipping country: (1).
If now a customer registers for this country and does not give an altering shipping address he gets the notification "The selected country is not available for shipping. Please select another shipping address" in the checkout.
In the middle column, select the country you wish to delete. All available areas in the country will be displayed. Simply make your selections and then click the button to delete.
By using the translation symbol (1) you can change the country settings for subshops individually.
Please mind that this setting is only working if you have entered a translation in the field name (1). If you for example do not want to offer a country in a subshop you have to translate the country name first, otherwise the option active has no effect.
Under Configuration/Basic settings/Shop settings click on Country areas.
Here you can create groups and assign areas and countries to them. You can easily combine several countries into one group (e.g., Europe) to allow for fast and easy management of many countries at once.
If areas are removed, the associated countries are also deleted!