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Drupal 7 Shop - Product Page

Posted on 2013-02-06
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Hi,

I'm very new to Drupal, loving and hating it at the minute :)

I've had a play with the kickstart commerce, however I decided to roll with the core installation thinking I would be better off learning the in's and out's.

I've installed a few modules, ie. Rules, Views, Ctools, Entity API and Ubercart.

Now when I go to "store", I can add new products and I want to create a single "Products" page which displays them all. I can't seem to create this, instead yt's always, 1 menu per item which will get a bit silly once I've got 100+ items on the site :)

I was wondering if there was something I'm not doing or if I need to install a few more modules to enable these features?
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yt's = it's always 1 menu per page....
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You would use the Views module to create this page. You should create a new view and set it to create a page that lists your products. You'll then have options for what fields are displayed and how many products are displayed per page.
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Perfecto!!!
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Many Thanks... I'll get there :)
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