Select variation

Using this element you can give your site visitors the option to select specific variations when purchasing a variable product, right inside the table. There are 3 different ways the product variation options can be displayed and you can choose the display type you require for your table:

  1. Dropdown with all the product variations listed as options
  2. Radio buttons for each of the possible variations
  3. Single radio button for each variation, manually created to be placed in separate columns

Keep in mind, you can also use the ‘Cart Form’ element which will simply display the ‘add to cart’ form that appears on the product page, inside the table.

If you have any difficulty in following along with this tutorial or are unable to achieve the final results you require, please contact me via the support form and I will assist you asap with your requirements. 

1. Dropdown – how to use

 Select the ‘Display type’ to be ‘Dropdown with all variations’

You can modify the variation labels with 3 facilities –

  1. Hide/shop attributes in the name. Eg:
    A. (attribute names displayed) Color: Red, Size: Small
    B. (attribute names hidden) Red, Small
  2. Change the separator between attribute name and terms to any valid character. Eg:
    A. (using : ) Color: Red, Size: Small
    B. (using :: ) Color :: Red, Size :: Small
    C. (using – ) Color – Red, Size – Small, etc
  3. Change the separator between attributes to any valid character. Eg:
    A. (using /) Color: Red / Size: Small
    B. (using ,) Color: Red, Size: Small
    C. (using ||) Color: Red || Size: Small

2. Radio buttons – how to use

Note: Normally the radio buttons will attempt to display horizontally. However, you can give the column a fixed narrow width to force the options to display in a vertical column as above.

3. Single radio button – how to use

The following steps are illustrated in the screenshots below. Please follow along the highlighted sequence of steps in the screenshot.

  1. Each ‘Select variation’ element is going to represent a single variation. Give this variation a name. For example ‘Small’. This name will be used by the table editor to represent this variation in the editor > column. 
  2. Select the attributes and terms to that are part of this variation. The plugin will look through the product variations and find the closest match to these attribute – terms.
  3. Use the ‘Add another’ button to add more attribute – terms to the list of properties of the variation if required.
  4. A default template for the element is auto-created. You can modify this template to include images, icons, remove the name, etc. However keep in mind the ‘Select’ element must remain somewhere in the template to ensure the variation is selectable. This select element creates the radio button.

 

Single radio button – usage example

In the example below the column 2 in the table is made to show a product variation with Serving size (attribute): Small (term).