I cannot respond to my previous submission.
Public Ticket # 100194
The point is that on the front, the colors are displayed alphabetically, I know that I can set the colors as I want in the wp panel.
However, we import products from an XML file where there are quite a lot of them and we want the order of variations to be kept as it is given in the wp panel after xml import.
And she automatically aligns herself alphabetically. Is there an option to remove this alphabetical setting? so that the order is as it is in the wp panel for variations.
Public Ticket #100238
Locate your color attributes and click on the configure terms.
Drag and drop the terms in your desired order.
Make sure custom ordering is selected for your color attribute.
You can check this from the edit attribute section.
BTW, you can also follow the video from the last reply.
Let me know if this resolves your issue.
it won’t help me. I have thousands of products and I want the variations for them to appear in the order they are arranged for a specific product. Your solutions will order me the same order for all products, e.g. if the color is red, then first is red, etc.
I want the order to be as specified in the variation, i.e. for one product, first it is red, then green, but for another product I want it to be green first and then red.
He wants to set the order of the color of the variations for a specific product and I can do it by changing the order of the variations, but on the front they will be displayed either alphabetically or as I set it with your help, and that’s not the point 🙂
Can you help me and do you already know what I mean?
By changing the order of the variations on the product, I have no influence on its display on the front, which is a bit strange.
Thanks a lot for your clarification.
You cannot do this in WooCommerce with global attributes.
You will have to use custom/product-specific attributes to achieve this.
BTW, this means lots of additional works because you will have to convert each of those custom attributes to color.
I hope you will understand the tradeoff.
I understand you and I know there are different options.
But seriously, what I need is to turn off the option somewhere in your plugin so that the colors on the front are not displayed alphabetically. If this is not possible, it is difficult, thank you for your help and understanding 🙂
I am really sorry for the inconvenience.
You cannot do it with WooCommerce and our plugin does not have any custom solution for this.
You can add this as a feature request here: https://storepress.fider.io/
Our developers will take a look if it is possible.
The custom product attribute seems to be the solution for now 🙁
I cannot update the plug-in even though I have added a license key.
I would also like to add a plugin on dev and target domain, is there an option?
You can use the plugin on both the test site and the production site. This is not an issue.
You don’t need to add the domain for the test site.
Can you please give us temporary admin access to your site? We’ll try to investigate the issue for you.
You can add new users by going to Users > Add New set the user and password for us, set the role to admin, and set the info here.
And add your site URL, login username, and password in the site login area. Follow this guideline: https://www.useloom.com/share/27c1f2ac633c4060b2da883d946107d7
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we managed to fix the problem, thanks 😉
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Coming back to the topic in sequence. Currently we have so that we have about 40 colors, but the first one is always displayed on the front – I understand that it comes from the order in the color attribute settings – here the order is alphabetical, but it is a global setting.
However, when entering the settings of a given product, the variants of a given product were imported from the csv file and are in the correct order.
I attach screen (No. 1) – but on the front I always show the first product with the first letter of the alphabet, in this case ‘anthracite’ (I marked it with a question mark)
Is it possible that the order of the colors in your plugin is taken into account from these settings for a specific product and not globally from the taxonomy settings in the attributes?
I am also attaching the second screen as it looks on the front. (no.2)
As this is just for a single product, please try using custom attributes.
Using custom attributes will solve the issue.
BTW, this is not controlled by our plugin.
It is controlled by WooCommerce itself.
Additionally, you can reposition the global attributes from here.
Why are you not responding to my report already sent a few days ago?
Public Ticket #105361
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