Manual

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Concept

The purpose of WooTabs IFC  is to reduce the complexity of the data structure you're required to produce in order to import tabs correctly.
Infact, it allows you to utilize an user friendly formatted file, easy to edit even without technical skills.
Since a tab is visually constituted by a title and a content, these two components are all you have to think about.
To improve the versatility of the solution, you can choose between two scenarios, depending on your needs.

Scenario Standard: the tabs order and titles are fixed

This is the most common situation.
The tabs appear in the same order for all the products.

For instance, you have 3 tabs, [Description][Colors][Shipping], and you want that they appear in this precise order in all the products.
In this scenario you may have some products with not all the 3 tabs (e.g. [Description][Shipping]) or even with no tabs at all, nevertheless you cannot have products with a different tabs order (e.g. [Description][Shipping][Colors]) and/or titles (e.g. [Information][Colors][Shipping]).

How to set this scenario: in the dashboard, click on the 'Titles definition' dropdown and select the item 'only in the first row'.

Scenario Custom: the tabs order and titles are flexible

The tabs can appear in different order a/o have different titles among the products.

For instance, you may want that some products have the tabs order [Description][Colors][Shipping], and others [Shipping][Description][Colors].
Otherwise, you might want that some products have different tab titles: for example, some have the tabs [Description][Colors][Shipping] and others have the tabs [Details][Related items].

How to set this scenario: in the dashboard, click on the 'Titles definition' dropdown and select the item 'in every row'.

Scenario Standard

Step 1. Prepare a file with your contents
Open your file editor (e.g. LibreOffice) and create a new spreadsheet.
Put the titles definition in the first row.

Example: let's suppose you want to import 3 tabs. Then the structure of your spreadsheet will be
Description Colors Shipping

Scenario Custom

Step 1. Prepare a file with your contents
Open your file editor (e.g. LibreOffice) and create a new spreadsheet.
Since tabs have a title and a content, you have to use as many pairs of columns Title + Content as many tabs you need.

Example: let's suppose you want to import 3 tabs. Then the structure of your spreadsheet will be
Title 1 Content 1 Title 2 Content 2 Title 3 Content 3

Product SKUs and IDs

Why bothering?
Because if you want to add or update tabs of produtcs already present in your WooCommerce database, you need to use the product SKU or the record ID (of the Wordpress database).

Dashboard

CSV file upload
Data File
Browse your computer folders to select your CVS file with the tabs data.

Titles definition
Select the scenario:
  • only in the first row (standard scenario)
  • in every row (custom scenario)

Skip the first row
Enable this option when the first row of your file does not contains tabs data.
It can happen, for instance, if you use that row as tabs marker (usually in the custom scenario) to get at a glance which tab you're editing.

FAQ

What are the limits of the demo mode?
Without a currently active subscription, you can process up to 3 products with a maximum of 3 different tabs.

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