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  1. #1
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    Default Improving Site Using Attributes

    Hi All

    I want to add an attribute to a selection of existing products on my site to help improve the customer experience and ease of accessiblity, and hopefully help increase sales.
    The category contains about 150-200 products, is there a quick and easy to assign new attributes to all of these products without going through every single product?

    Sorry if I have missed the obvious

    Thanks

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    Use the export function Tim, update the attributes in the spreadsheet and then import it - much quicker process.

    PS: always backup before you do an import
    Shaun

    Loxta Hardware
    www.loxta.co.uk

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    Hi Shaun,

    Thanks...that worked really well, and I have been doing quite a bit with importing and exporting since (always backing up first of course!)

    Now I have another question....I have written several posts recently about how I am trying to improve my site for SEO purposes and ease of navigation using links. One of the things I have been working on is using the Attribute Manager and Category Manager to create an area for a particular author on my site, that just features books by that author. However I have run into a bit of a problem and wondering if there is an easy answer to this.

    Some of my books have more than one author, eg. https://www.lovechristianbooks.com/c...800795269.html What I would like to do is to have all 3 authors listed seperately, in alphabetical order (along with the other authors) within the "Author 2" Advanced Search block https://www.lovechristianbooks.com/search.html, but only one line within the attribute "Author 2" in the back-end.....does anyone know if this is possible using HTML/CSS?

    Thanks

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    Never mind.....I found out there is an option for this in the BP back-end!

    Learn something new everyday!

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