Magento Commerce, 2.0.11

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Product Details

The Product Details section provides basic information about the product, and includes workspace controls that give you the ability to add attributes and categories as you work on the product.


Product Details

Expand/Collapse

The Product Details section can be collapsed or expanded by clicking either the expand or collapse button to the right.

Configurations

The Configurations section can be used to generate product variations of the product, based on the value of a specific attributeA characteristic or property of a product; anything that describes a product. Examples of product attributes include color, size, weight, and price.. Configurations of a simple product can be used with a configurable product as drop-down options.


Configurations

Add Attribute

The Add Attribute control gives you the ability to add existing attributes, or create new ones. Any attribute that is added appears at the bottom of the Product Details section.


Add Attribute

Category Controls

To assign the product to existing categories, simply drill down through the categoryA set of products that share particular characteristics or attributes. tree and choose the categories where you want the product to appear. To create a new category, tap the New Category button.

WYSIWYGWhat You See Is What You Get: An editor that displays formatted text as it will appear in its final published form. Editor

The editor can be used to format the product description, and insert images into the text from media storageA dedicated space on the content delivery network for your store's assets.. The Show / Hide Editor button is used to toggle between two modes:

  • What You See Is What You Get” (WYSIWYG) Mode
  • Code View Mode

To learn more, see: Using the Editor.


WYSIWYG Editor