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Product list

In the admin area under Settings > Shop you will find the section Products, which offers you some settings to display the products in the listing of your storefront.


In the product section you will find product related settings of the product listing. 
The settings can either be made directly for all sales channels or alternatively for individual sales channels.

Buy buttons (2)

The first option Display buy buttons in listings allows you to display the Buy button for each of your products in the product list. The Buy button is displayed with your products by clicking "Add to cart". For variant products, however, "Details" is displayed instead of "Add to cart".
Once this option is deactivated, the buy button will no longer be displayed. The detail button is also no longer displayed for variant articles.

Clearance (3)

The next option Hide products after clearance, when activated, ensures that your sales items are hidden in the storefront when the stock level reaches 0.

Reviews (4)

If you activate the Show reviews option, the current average review is shown in the form of stars.


Filter options without results (5)

If you activate this option, filter options that would have no results are deactivated in the frontend and cannot be selected. 

New products (6)

In the field for the option Mark products as 'new', for ? days, you can specify how many days a product should be marked as new if its release date is no more than the specified number of days ago, e.g. 30.

Number of products per page (7)

Gib hier an, wie viele Produkte im Produktlisting je Seite angezeigt werden sollen. Hat ein Listing mehr Produkte als hier angegeben, so wird dies auf mehreren Seiten unterteilt. 

Default sorting (8)

Select the sorting option here according to which the products are to be sorted by default in the frontend. The sorting options can be created and edited in the Sorting Options area. 

Sorting options

In this section you can create and edit the sorting options according to which the products in your Product Listing should be sorted.

The overview (1) in this area lists all created sorting options including an indication of the criterion by which the sorting was done and the priority, in which order the options are available in the frontend. You can adjust the priority by double-clicking on the current priority. 

These sorting options are available to the customer in the frontend to sort the product listing accordingly. In the Standard Responsive Theme, the drop down menu for selecting the sorting option is located on the right hand side above the product listing. 

On the right side next to each sort option you will find the context menu (2) with which you can edit or remove the sort option. 
The button Add option (3) takes you to the screen for creating a new sorting option.

Add option

After you have clicked on the Add option button, you will be taken to this screen to create a new sorting option.

In the section General (1) you first enter the name of the option and determine whether it should be active and thus be available for the customer in the frontend.
In the section Sorting criteria (2), all the selected criteria by which this sort option is to be sorted are selected. First the sorting is done according to the sorting criterion with the highest priority (6) and then according to the criteria with the next lower priority.
Use the drop down menu (3) to add new criteria to the sort option. The following criteria are available as standard:
Releasedate, Product stock, product review, product list price, product name, product number, sold units, custom field.
If you add a Custom field (4), you can open a drop-down menu by double-clicking on it, in which you can then select the desired custom field. 
Double click on the sequence (5) to decide whether the respective criterion should be sorted in ascending or descending order.
Double click on the priority (6) to change the priority of each criterion.
With the context menu (7) on the right side you can remove the created criterion.

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