[Closed] managing attributes for multi categories ecommerce

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#526334

I am trying to: create marketplace using dokan + woocommerce with multiple categories
how do i set attributes from for each different categories and then can be filtered.

i plan to use toolset CRED to add custom fields for vendor to select the attributes value

so each category have different attributes.

thanks for help

#526386

Shane
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Hi Jeffery,

Thank you for contacting our support forum.

From your post I gather that you want to display certain fields based on what the user selects from the categories correct?

So lets say a user is filling out the product information in CRED and they select Category A, there should be a field that appears for them to select items that are related to category A correct?

Please let me know.

Thanks,
Shane

#526464

Yes correct something like that

How can this be achieved?

Thanks

#526648

let say i build a marketplace for pc and phones, and there's user wants to sell on web so he register as vendor:
1. user signup as vendor
2. as vendor this user want's to sell item
3. when vendor add new product they have to select product category
4. after selecting certain product category there will be sets of attributes load for them to select/choose. because attributes for pc and phones are different, so admin must set from backend set's of attributes for each category first.

as buyer:
this attributes will be use also for filter, so as a buyer when i enter certain product category page, that set's of attributes that vendor's add to their product will autoload as certain product category filter widget (woocommerced layerd nav widget)

thanks

#527109

Shane
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Hi Jeffrey,

Take a look at this link below.
https://wp-types.com/documentation/user-guides/types-custom-fields-conditional-display/

The conditions set here should also carry over to CRED so any additional steps shouldn't be necessary.

Thanks,
Shane

#527292

so we don't use woocommerce attributes instead we use toolset do create product attributes?

#527663

Christian Cox
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Hi, Shane is out today but will return tomorrow with an update for you. Thanks for your patience.

#527996

Shane
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Hi Jeffrey,

The woocommerce attributes can't be added to a CRED form because CRED isn't meant to create Products and the Product attributes are highly customised custom fields so a different set of custom fields will work well.

Thanks,
Shane

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