You can store images against your products. This article explains where images appear and how to upload them.
Product images can be stored against products. The images will appear in a number of places:
- In the products list
- In transaction pages, such as Sales Orders
- On documents, such as Invoices and Purchase Orders
- On your B2B site
- In your integrated eCommerce sites
- In your POS
There are two types of images:
1. Product Images
Product Images are stored against the main product details. They are most useful for products with only one price option. It is possible to have up to three images per product.
2. Product Option Images
Product Option Images are stored against Product Options. This is useful for products where there are multiple options and each option looks different. A good example would be a t-shirt that has multiple colours.
Switching on Images in the Settings
By default only one Image option is available in the products page: the main product image. To add additional images, you will need to switch on the fields in the Product Settings.
To do this:
- Whilst logged in as Administrator, hover over your username - top right - and click Settings.
- From the Products menu, click Product Settings.
- At the top of the screen there are two options that should be switched on:
- The Option Image dropdown switches on the ability to add Product Option Images.
- The Show B2B Website Options switches on the ability to add 2nd and 3rd Product Images.
- Click Save to confirm changes.
Uploading an Image
Images uploaded must match the following criteria:
- Image files must be no larger than 3MB each
- Images must be .jpg, .jpeg ,gif, .png or .bmp
(Ideally images will be .jpg. Although we support .gif, .bmp and .png - we convert these images to .jpg upon upload. For images with transparency, this can cause quality issues.)
To upload an Image:
- Click on the grey image icon to the right of the image field:
- In the window that appears click choose to find the image file on your computer.
- Once chosen, click upload.