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ID and Code: This is the SKU or catalog number of your products. Use only
letters and numbers and no spaces.
Name: Product name
Path: This tells which section the product will be in. For example, if you
enter Shirts here, the product will go into the Shirts section. To specify
"deeper" sections, separate the sections with colons. For example, to put an
item in the Blue Shirts sub-section within the Shirts main section, you
would enter Shirts:Blue Shirts for Path.
Price and Sale-price: these are self-explanatory. If you are going to offer
quantity discounts (discounts if someone orders more than one of the same
item) you might want to refer to this page: https://help.smallbusiness.turbify.net/s/article/SLN18763
Options: here you can specify selectable options for your products (such as
color, size, etc.) The format for this is also described here:
Headline: this is an alternate title for your products. You can use this to
enter line breaks for example in the product's name.
Caption: This is where the description of the product goes. You can include
HTML here. This will be shown as the caption on your product pages.
Abstract: this is optional, but you can use this field to enter a brief
description for your product. This brief description usually shows up on
section pages next to or below the thumbnails.
Label: usually not used.
Ship-weight: if you are going to calculate your shipping costs based on
weight, enter the product's shipping weight here otherwise you can leave it
Availability: this is again optional; If you want to you can include things
like "Usually Ships the Same Business Day", etc.
Product-url: this is the full URL of the product. It should be
https://www.yourstoredomainname.com/id.html where id is the product id
(see above). Read our blog post about product-url here.
Leaf: should be set to Yes for all products.
If you plan to upload the product images in bulk, the images need to be named the same as the
the product they belong the. For example, if you have a product whose ID is
ABC1000, then its image needs to be named abc1000.jpg (or abc1000.gif,
depending on what image format you are using.) For more information on the
multiple image upload feature, please read