ShopSite E-Commerce WordPress Plugin

In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to install and use the ShopSite WordPress Plugin This plugin is available to ShopSite stores running version 11 sp2 and newer

The ShopSite WordPress Plugin will take your product information–the name, the price, the Add to Cart button and graphics, as well as descriptions– and add them to your WordPress blog So here I have my WordPress blog and my first post "Do You Have A Plain White T" which talks about the plain white t-shirt but what I'm going to do with the ShopSite plugin is make it so that below this information I can add picture of the product, the description of the product, and allow customers to purchase it right out of my WordPress blog To start you need to install the WordPress Plugin Click on "Site Admin" which will bring you to your WordPress dashboard, go to the Plugins, and then click on "Add New" Search for ShopSite version 11 and the only result that should come up is the ShopSite plugin

Click on "Install Now", "Ok", and it should install fairly quickly Once it's been successfully installed, click on "Activate plugin" Now you're ready to enter in the settings So go to "Settings" and then click on "ShopSite" The information that you need for these fields is found in your ShopSite store

So in my ShopSite store (for this example, I'm using a ShopSite Starter) go to "Merchandising", "Social Media", and then click on WordPress All of the settings should already have the information filled out, so all you need to do is copy and paste it into your WordPress The fields should line up exactly So the client ID, the first field, should be the first field in WordPress And just keep on copying and pasting straight down the line

You only need to do this configuration once And the last field Click on "Save Changes" and paste Now, for the unique product identifier, your two options are Global Unique ID and I would suggest using the skew or SKU if all the products in your store have their own unique SKU If they don't, the Global Unique ID will work

But, in my store, all the products have their own unique SKU, so I'm going to choose SKU "Test connection" and, if it's successful, then click on "Save settings" Now you're ready to use the plugin So I'm going to go to my posts and click on the first post "Do You Have A Plain White T", then "Edit" Make sure that before you're trying to add your products to your blog, that you actually entered them into your ShopSite store

So I'm going to go back in my ShopSite just to make sure I have all the product information So "Products", click on the "White T-Shirt", and "Edit Product Info" And I've already filled out all the settings: the name, price, SKU product image, description, as well as the size pull down menu, so I can just save changes and now use it in my blog So in your blog, put your cursor where you want the product to appear and then click on the ShopSite icon in your navigation bar You can search for your products by name or by SKU

I'm going to do the name and just search for "white" Click on the product you'd like to add, and then insert the product into your blog Then click on "Close this popup" You'll get this funky code telling ShopSite to add the product information right there Click on "Update" and, once it's updated, you can view your blog

So I'm going to go back to visit my site and my first post now has all the product information for that white t-shirt with the name, SKU, description, price, pull-down menu for size, and the Add to Cart button When customers click on the "Add to Cart" button, they'll be taken away from your WordPress site to your ShopSite shopping cart If they click on "Continue Shopping", the default setting is for them to return back to the page they were previously on which would return your client to your WordPress site This completes the video tutorial for the ShopSite WordPress Plugin

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