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Show items related by feature on your product pages by using the CS-Cart Similar Products by Feature add-on.
Cross-selling, upselling and related products are very successful practices to increase sales. That is why we have developed CS-Cart Similar Products by Feature to let you promote related products on your product page.
CS-Cart Similar Products by Feature is an awesome add-on which matches your products by features and displays them on a product page right after the description of the main product. It's a great way to bring your customers' attention to products that have similar features like “Female”, “Nike”, “Red”, “XXL”, etc. It enables you to (automatically) link products with a similar feature or features to each other and show their relation.
In the CS-Cart admin panel, you can easily set up product features and create as many groups as you wish. Read CS-Cart documentation to learn how to add features or groups of features that will be used for your products.
You can also choose how many featured products you want to display at a time; the featured products panel will shuffle which products to display.
How it works
After you have installed the CS-Cart Similar Products by Feature add-on go to “Products” to create a new block on the product page.
In the “Content” tab choose the “Similar by feature” filling and set a limit for the number of products to display.
To set up product features, create a new feature (in CS-Cart documentation you will find information on how to set up features). Then select the Similar by feature checkbox.
Now you can see a block of similar products by feature on your product page.
Learn more about the add-on in our User Guide.
- CS-Cart Ultimate
- Multi-Vendor Ultimate
- Multi-Vendor PLUS
Who are we?
Simtech Development is a web development company launched in 2005 and concentrating on the eCommerce market. We have already helped thousands of brands from 170 countries to launch, grow, optimize, and scale their business globally.
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