Product variation images
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Written by Guy Schragger
Updated over a week ago

Please note: The Product Variation Image feature has been made available to all but will only affect the shop if you are using the new Tla theme, or one of the many new themes released, going forward. If you're currently using a theme released prior to Tla, feel free to tie certain images to product variations, so that if you decide to change theme, the associations are already set up and will begin working immediately.

The Product Variation Images tool allows you to add additional gallery images per variation on variable products within your SupaDupa online store.

By default images will only swap the main variation image when you select a product variation, not the gallery images below it/beside it.

In the the example below: Product item. 'The Wedding Ruched Bodice Bandeau Midi Dress' is available in both red and white. When selecting the product variation red, the image displayed is the red dress.

When the white variation is selected, the white dress is displayed.

How can I add product variation images to my products?

To add product variation images to your products simply go a head and:

Step 1
Login into your SupaDupa Admin and add a product to sell.
If you're not sure how to do this, first follow the steps listed in our support article:
How to add a product to sell

Step 2
Use the Product Image Uploader to add all images associated with this product.

Once done, be sure to Click save changes.

Step 3
Select your variation image by clicking on the product image icon, seen within the product variation field.

From here, the images added previously via the Product Image Uploader will appear.

Select the associated image with the variation listed.

​Step 4
Finally, click save changes

That's it - you're done!

Handy Tip!
As orders fly in they'll live in your Order page. You'll notice the associated product image variation will also be displayed to help make inventory that little bit easier when fulfilling orders.

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