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TOPIC: [SOLVED] How to see childs on parent at frontend pages?

How to see childs on parent at frontend pages? 28 Mar 2013 23:48 #1

Hi, i must say it is very useful plugin for me. But there is a little problem that I'd like to see child products on the parent product page (probably as a select list items) in site frontend..
So, it'll hide child products from main product list but shows them only in the parent product page.
Is it possible to enable this type of viewing? I couldn't find :(
Thanks..

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How to see childs on parent at frontend pages? 29 Mar 2013 01:58 #2

Showing the child products on the parent's details page is nothing my plugin can achieve. The default template does not provide a straightforward way to show child products on the parent product's details page. There are, however, several ways to do that:
  • Use a "Generic child variant" custom field (built-in into the VM core) as described in the VM forum here , here and here
  • If you prefer a nice table layout where you can add multiple child products to the cart at once, then use a custom field plugin like the catproduct plugin
  • Override the productdetails view in your template and modify the code to loop over the product's children (this is most flexible, but also the most work, and probably not needed, as you can probably achieve what you want with a custom field as described above)

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How to see childs on parent at frontend pages? 29 Mar 2013 18:14 #3

Thank you very much, your links are just for i'm looking for..
Very appreciated..

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[SOLVED] How to see childs on parent at frontend pages? 29 Mar 2013 18:20 #4

Problem solved.

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