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CartProductFeed API: Feed Generation Part 4 – PActionAfterFeed

Posted on: October 16, 2014

Data leaves the Content Management System and enters a feed in a controlled process. There are four points where your custom modifier can hook the feed generation process. This post discusses the fourth of those four points and the differences. PActionAfterFeed is the final hook. It does not return a result because it sees the entire product after the feed-provider has converted it into the target format. For XML files, the data it sees will be a multi-line XML output. For CSV formats, the data…

CartProductFeed API: Feed Generation Part 3 – PActionBeforeFeed

Posted on: October 16, 2014

Data leaves the Content Management System and enters a feed in a controlled process. There are four points where your custom modifier can hook the feed generation process. This post discusses the third of those four points and the differences. PActionBeforeFeed is the third hook. It takes the harmonized product and makes any changes that need to occur before the feed-provider steps in to take over. (A harmonized product is what you see in ProductList XML. All CMS databases will generate similar harmonized products -…

CartProductFeed API: Feed Generation Part 2 – PActionAfterLoad

Posted on: October 16, 2014

Data leaves the Content Management System and enters a feed in a controlled process. There are four points where your custom modifier can hook the feed generation process. This post discusses the second of those four points and the differences. PActionAfterLoad is the second hook. It occurs once for each product immediately after that product has been loaded and converted. All attributes exist within the item and may be inspected and/or modified. Setting the valid attribute to false at this time will cause the item…

CartProductFeed API: Feed Generation Part 1 – PAttributeDefault

Posted on: October 16, 2014

Data leaves the Content Management System and enters a feed in a controlled process. There are four points where your custom modifier can hook the feed generation process. This post discusses the first of those four points and the differences. PAttributeDefault is the first hook. It occurs when the product streams out from the database but before any attributes are applied. At this time, only two properties are known for certain: id and title. Some attributes exist already, such as valid. Attributes set here will…

CartProductFeed API

Posted on: October 16, 2014

These topics discuss how to extend the functionality of the Cart Product Feed plugin using "Custom Modifiers". To make use of this, you will need an understanding of PHP.   Custom Modifiers can add and remove attributes on the fly. They can change the contents of the attributes or even reformat the feed output. They exist as outside plugins, meaning that even if you upgrade Cart Product Feed, your custom modifier code will be preserved.   Feel free to download the sample custom modifiers and…

Amazon: What Inventory File Templates are supported?

Posted on: October 7, 2014

We are gradually implementing Amazon templates from all regions and categories. The ones listed below are from Amazon US. If you don't see the region/category below or are unsure, let us know and we will update the plugin!

How do I exclude products from the feed?

Posted on: October 6, 2014

To exclude a product or products and it's variations from a data feed, create a Custom Field "valid" with a value of "false" for each excluded product.

WP e-Commerce to Amazon Seller Central Product Upload

Posted on: September 15, 2014

Pre-requisites An Amazon Professional Seller Account - which will provide access to Amazon's volume listing tools Have a WP e-Commerce Store with products, Amazon's required attributes, categories and variations Step-by-step How To's View the supported Templates/Categories - Request a category Install the Shopping Cart Product Feed Plugin Generate an Amazon Inventory File Upload an Inventory File to Amazon & Download Processing Report Optional Steps: Save CSV to local hard drive for Editing Edit Template and Complete Missing/Required Fields Amazon Seller Central links

VirtueMart to Bing! Product Ads Upload

Posted on: September 2, 2014

Pre-requisites Before you're able to publish a Bing Catalog File: Create a Bing Ads Account: Sign up for Bing Ads Verify your website through: Bing Webmaster Tools Add a Merchant Center Store: Create your Bing Merchant Center Store VirtueMart Store complete with products, product categories and custom fields *View the videos below for a complete video guide to setting up Bing Product Ads. Step-by-step How To's Install the Shopping Cart Product Feed Plugin Generate Bing Feed Upload catalog file to bing Bing video link -…

VirtueMart to Amazon Seller Central Product Upload

Posted on: September 2, 2014

Pre-requisites An Amazon Professional Seller Account - which will provide access to Amazon's volume listing tools VM Store with Products, Product Categories and Custom Fields Step-by-step How To's View the supported Templates/Categories - Request a category Install the Shopping Cart Product Feed Plugin Generate an Amazon Inventory File Upload an Inventory File to Amazon & Download Processing Report Optional Steps: Save CSV to local hard drive for Editing Edit Template and Complete Missing/Required Fields Amazon Seller Central links

Merchant Category List

Posted on: September 1, 2014

Please view the product categories (& taxonomy lists) below. Although it is an optional requirement, we recommend completing the Category field for improved listings. Google Product Categories Bing Product Categories - click Bing product taxonomy Amazon Product Categories - scroll down a bit OR Amazon Template Table Ammoseek Product Types

Merchant Attribute Requirements

Posted on: September 1, 2014

To list your products, it is necessary to provide a set of attributes for each product. Most merchants require a product title, description, link and image URL, while some require additional information like UPC and brand. Our plugin remains up to date with current changes and ensures your feed file meets merchant requirements. Follow the links below for the full list of attributes. Merchant attribute requirements for: Google AmmoSeek XML Amazon Product Ads feed format Amazon's category-specific attributes: Select a template file to view required fields…

Joomla VirtueMart – Configure CartProductFeed Component

Posted on: August 28, 2014

Follow the simple steps below to configure the Cart Product Feed component and generate your first data feed. 1. Create Feeds Page From the Joomla Admin’s top navigation bar, click Components > Cart Product Feed > Create Feeds 2. Enter Valid License Key (or skip to continue using the product for free - some restrictions) If you've purchased a license key from our shoppingcartproductfeed.com website, enter it's entirety (including the "Single-" or "5DayTrial-" text) into the field and click Save. 3. Select Merchant Type Create…

WooCommerce to Amazon Seller Central Product Upload

Posted on: August 25, 2014

Pre-requisites An Amazon Professional Seller Account - which will provide access to Amazon's volume listing tools Have a WooCommerce Store with products, Amazon's required attributes, categories (and product variations) Step-by-step How To's Install the Shopping Cart Product Feed Plugin Generate an Amazon Inventory File - Select "Amazon Seller Central" as the Merchant Type Required: classifying by Item Type Keyword & Browse Nodes Advanced Command Mapping examples Upload an Inventory File to Amazon & Download Processing Report Optional Steps: Save CSV to local hard drive for…

Google Trusted Stores for Woocommerce Extension Released

Posted on: August 14, 2014

By Leon (initial post May 9, 2014) I created an exciting new plugin called Google Trusted Stores for WooCommerce. The plugin is designed to help with the demanding process of setting up a Google Trusted Stores account with WooCommerce. Google Trusted Stores is a service that provides authentication of reliable shipping, customer service, and free purchase protection. WooCommerce is one of the most popular WordPress eCommerce plugins. It is packed full of features, perfectly integrated into your self-hosted WordPress website. Google Trusted Stores for WooCommerce…

A Word About Google Trusted Stores

Posted on: August 14, 2014

A Word About Google Trusted Stores By Leon (initial post June 25, 2014) Google Trusted Stores is relatively new and not a familiar thing on eccomerce sites just yet. So why use it? What makes it something that every eccomerce site should consider seriously about using? How does it work? I hope to make some sense of it right now. Google Trusted Stores is a free certification program that was introduced by Google to help make online shopping a better experience. Having that badge on…

Advanced Commands

Posted on: July 9, 2014

Advanced Commands grant you more control over your feeds. They provide a way to create your own attribute, map from non-standard ones or modify and delete feed data. Creating Default Attributes with Advanced Commands Mapping/Remapping with Advanced Commands Comprehensive Advanced Commands can be found here: More Advanced Commands - *PDF How To Use Advanced Commands After selecting a Merchant Type, navigate to the bottom of the page and click [Open Advanced Commands]. A textbox will be displayed where you can enter commands to apply rules…

Mapping Attributes

Posted on: July 3, 2014

Once your local attributes are created, it's time to map them to merchant-specific fields/attributes. The Shopping Cart Product Feed plugin allows you to map from almost any data within WooCommerce: title, sku, descriptions, WooCommerce id, WooCommerce attributes, custom product attributes, custom fields, tag (single value), as well as default attributes (created by advanced commands) and even data stored in third party plugins! We've developed the plugin to automatically locate and export common attributes. Please see instructions below to map or remap from existing data. 1.…

Does the WooCommerce Cart Plugin include product variations?

Posted on: July 2, 2014

Yes! Our Shopping Cart Feed plugin includes all products including product variations and custom variations.

Does the Google Product Feed only support Google USA (or .com) ?

Posted on: June 19, 2014

Not at all! Our customers can upload their feeds to all countries that the Google Merchant Program supports.  For example, we currently have a client specializing in women’s makeup and skin care products that uploads their product information to the US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand, all with separate feeds, and all from the same shopping cart! We format specifically for each country and set it up so that you're able to choose the currency, shipping and pricing requirements.  Additionally, you can upload your existing shopping cart information to MULTIPLE countries…