Product Units and Quantities

Installation

  • Unzip and paste the extension file into your root Magento folder.
  • Connect to your server by SSH.
  • Go to your Magento root folder.
  • To install the extension, perform this command:
php bin/magento setup:upgrade
  • To switch the extension on/off, perform these commands:
php bin/magento module:enable Aitoc_ProductUnitsAndQuantities
php bin/magento module:disable Aitoc_ProductUnitsAndQuantities

You can activate/deactivate several Aitoc extensions at once by specifying their names separated by space in the command.

Configuring the Product Units and Quantities extension

STORES > SETTINGS - CONFIGURATION > AITOC EXTENSIONS > PRODUCT UNITS AND QUANTITIES > GENERAL SETTINGS

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Here you can manage settings of the extension.

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Select different input options (Dropdown, Slide, Plus Minus, Arrows) to change the default input of the QTY field on product pages.

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Go to the ‘Use quantities’ field to specify default quantities for products available in your online store.

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Select the value ‘Yes’ in the ‘Allow units’ field and the set the default product unit name (e.g., 5 pieces) to be displayed on the product pages’ QTY input field.

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If you choose the value ‘No’ in the ‘Allow units’ field, info from the next two fields will be not displayed on the front-end.

Setting units and quantities for a single product

PRODUCT > CATALOG > PRODUCT UNITS AND QUANTITIES

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Click the product to start setting custom units and quantities for it.

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You can configure settings of the Product Units and Quantities extenstion for each product indivudally.

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Set custom unities and quantities for a single product. Or use config settings previously specified in the General Settings tab.

Product Units and Quantities on the front end

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Shoppers select the product’s QTY before adding the item to the cart. The QTY input option set by admin is used.

Front-end view: catalog

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Under each product there is the price per the particular amount of items.

Front-end view: shopping cart

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Customers can change products’ Qty in the cart by using available QTY input options.

Front-end view: wish list