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How to Use Variable Products in WooCommerce

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In this video you will learn how to set up a product with variables in your WooCommerce store. In our example, we will use a shirt with variables sizes.

Follow this link for our full guide on how to add Products:

To add a Variable Product you can follow these steps:

– We will start by logging into the WordPress Dashboard
– In our example we will be using an InMotion Hosting shirt as the variable product.
– Before we add the shirt as a product, we need to set up the size attribute, which will be used as our variable.
– Under _Products_ choose __Attributes__
– Fill in the name of your Attribute and Add it
– Under _Add New Size_ you can start putting size values.
– And now that the sizes have been added you see I can drag and drop the values to sort them in your desired fashion.
– Now that we have set up our attributes, we can use them as Product Variables.
– So now we will add our InMotion Hosting shirt as a Variable Product.
– Just click __Products__ on the left panel.
– Click __Add Product__
– Under Product Data we’ll set this product to a Variable Product rather than a Simple Product
– Make sure to put in an SKU, Stock Keeping Unit, otherwise the product will display as out of stock.
– Then choose __Attributes__
– Here you can add a custom attribute on the fly or choose the one we already made for size, and click Add.
– Uncheck “Visible on the product page”
– And make sure to check “Used for variations”
– Choose Select All, and you will see our values will populate automatically.
– Make sure to click __Save Attributes__
– Then proceed down to Variations, where you can finally apply these attributes to your product as Product Variables
– Select Add Variation and click Go
– Since we have three variations for Small, Medium, and Large, we will add two more variations by clicking Go two more times.
– You can edit each item individually now.
– Make sure to save changes and save your product.

InMotion Hosting was founded in 2001 and provides personal and business web hosting for everyone! For more information about InMotion Hosting and the services we provide see here:

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Mazi

Mazi has nine years of web development experience with the past five years spent honing his skills with WordPress plugins and themes. He's an expert in WooCommerce and is the author of the Simple Sales Tax plugin, a popular sales tax compliance solution for WooCommerce. Brett understands the importance of excellent communication, prides himself on producing high-quality code, and is comfortable working solo or as part of a team.

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