Product category support in SwipeStripe
- SilverStripe 3.1.*
- SwipeStripe 2.1.*
Allows you to create produt categories in the site tree and set products as children of those categories. Also can associate products with many categories if they are not direct children of the category.
- Place this directory in the root of your SilverStripe installation, rename the folder 'swipestripe-category'.
- Visit yoursite.com/dev/build?flush=1 to rebuild the database.
- Create a product category as you would create a page in the CMS
- Create a product as a child of that category, or create a product and set the category on the product
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