Sneak Peek: Creating Categories in the Magento Admin

With the release of the Beta1, Preview version of Magento approaching in the next couple of weeks we present a sneak peek of the Magento Admin Panel.

Today we will take a look at creating a new category in the Magento Admin. Click on the picture to bring up a full size version.

Magento Product Selecting Stores

The first thing to do is select the store where you would like to add the category from the stores dropdown menu. The default is for all stores managed by the admin panel, but you can elect to create the category in only one of the stores by selecting that store.

After that you will need to enter a name for the category which will appear on the sites selected. You can then select the location the category will be located in. The default is root, meaning the category will be a top-level category. If you select an existing category the new category will be created as a sub-category of the one you selected.

You can then enter a description, upload an image and enter meta information for the category.

After that it really gets interesting. If you would like customers to be taken to a landing page - instead of the standard product listing page - when they select the category, you can select a page from the Landing Page dropdown. This list will contain all the landing pages created in the Magento CMS. An example would be to create a Nike landing page and directing all customers to that landing page when they select the Nike category.

You then have 3 options for the look and feel of this category page. The default is Display Products Only, which will show the customer a grid list of the products. The second is display only Landing Page, which will display the landing page selected in the above dropdown, and the third is Display Landing Page and Products. This third option will place the content from the selected landing page above the grid list of products.

You then select whether the category is active on the site. Selecting no will hide the category on the site.

Finally you select whether the category page is an anchor. Anchors are used for the Layered Navigation in Magento.

If you set the category to be an Anchor the layered navigation (see this post for a look at the layered navigation) will display the sub-categories of this category in the layered navigation. The layered navigation then takes all the products underneath, including ones in the sub-categories, and displays all the filterable attributes of those products. If you do not set the category as an Anchor it will not display the filterable attributes in the layered navigation.

Here is a look at the layered navigation for the Apparel category which is set to be an anchor.

Layered Navigation for an Anchor Category

After that you can select products to populate the category from the Category Products tab and you have created a new category for your online store.

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  1. Dave

    1Dave from Hobson|posted August 17 2007

    Looks excellent as usual, and the layered navigation is a very powerful/exciting feature.

    Quick question, for the images that are used for something like a product or category...how will that work in terms of various sizes, etc.  For example do we need to create multiple product images (ex: a thumbnail to show in list view, and a bigger version to show in the product page) that way it doesn’t distort the images in various parts of the site.

    Let me know if that question doesn’t make sense lol.

  2. Austin Storm

    2Austin Storm from Hobson|posted August 17 2007

    This new blog post ministers.

  3. Dan

    3Dan from Hobson|posted August 17 2007

    Looks great. Question: will there be an ability to deal with ticketing solutions in Magento? Is this part of the roadmap?

  4. Ajnab

    4Ajnab from Hobson|posted August 17 2007

    Hello

    It only shows one image selection area.

    Does magento provide Multi images for the products.

    For ex. Small image for the home page, mediam page on the product info page, and large when you click on it. Where should these image be inserted ?

  5. Dave

    5Dave from Hobson|posted August 17 2007

    Ajnab - This was just a screenshot of the CATEGORY interface.  You would only need one image for a category.

  6. James

    6James from Hobson|posted August 17 2007

    Cool. Will Magento allow sellers to list one product in several different categories and have the same product in different stores (as in a shared inventory database)?

  7. dan

    7dan from Hobson|posted August 17 2007

    very nice

  8. Austin Storm

    8Austin Storm from Hobson|posted August 17 2007

    Dan,

    What do you mean by ticketing solutions? Do you mean a helpdesk / support type thing?

  9. Austin Biggs

    9Austin Biggs from Hobson|posted August 17 2007

    Does anyone know of the release date?
    Because i am Very excited to get my hands on this product.
    as it looks very professional and useful.

  10. dhd

    10dhd from Hobson|posted August 17 2007

    > With the release of the Beta1, Preview version of Magento approaching in the next couple of weeks

    Do you mean that magento won’t be available this month, as described on your front page ?

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  12. Darren Nicholls

    12Darren Nicholls from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    This is starting (if it wasn’t already) to look very interesting.

    Landing page: a scenario for me would be to have a landing page that describes say ‘organic’ products, I’d create that as the landing page and then create a new category and assign it to the ‘organic’ landing page, if I did that would it be possible to then insert the category image to the landing page>

    Looking fwd to the 1st realise.

  13. Anand

    13Anand from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    I love the Landing Page option. Gives you a lot of flexibility.

    I’m also interesting in a ticketing solution. I don’t mean a helpdesk support ticket, but the possibility to buy concert tickets, or tickets for an event.

  14. Didier

    14Didier from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    "The default is for all stores managed by the admin panel, but you can elect to create the category in only one of the stores by selecting that store”

    You propose to create in all or one. It would be interesting to choose multiple stores. For example, I have 10 stores and I want to create in 3 stores. But as I see in your explanation, I can only choose to create in 1 or 10.

    Also, how will work the multiple languages ? Will you have flags on each page to open a page for each language ?

    We are working on a new website that must come out mid-november and are thinking to develop this with magento or another powerful php solution. I can’t wait to see how the beta 1 will look and if we can work something stable in 2 months period.

    All the best

  15. WisdOMbooks

    15WisdOMbooks from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    Sorry to go out of the theme of this latest article, for a moment, to touch a delicate and very important point: SECURITY.

    How Magento handles possible attacks to code, etc., like, for ex.:
    - injections of malicious SQL strings in variables
    - weaknesses in SSL encryption mechanisms
    - weaknesses in access control lists
    - weaknesses with security related to cookies poisoning, etc…

    I am sure everyone will agree that security is nowadays, perhaps, the MAIN concern in a business environment (for sure, in any case, for those who already had BAD experiences about it in their past :(

    It may seem just a *theoretical* question at this point of Magento development but I am sure that, given the high quality of what we have already seen in the pre-beta articles, the Magento team must have already tought & done something *substantial* on security issues.

    Am I right?

  16. Ryan

    16Ryan from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    The interface appears to have changed:
    (Compare with screenshots here:
    http://www.magentocommerce.com/ecommerce-screenshots)

    * The Blue backgrounds have become grayer and lighter
    * The navigation bar has gotten darker and less colorful
    * Tabs are now buttons (don’t look like tabs)
    * The logo is gone
    * The sidebar/category navigation now has ‘windows’-like folder icons

    Windows has a yucky interface design. I would avoid emulating it. The previous screenshots were really beautiful! I much prefer the earlier.

    Do these changes reflect a new direction for the interface?

    Functionality looks really good though! Can’t wait to test it!

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    17Landing Pages in Magento » Magento eCommerce - XTCommerce Blog from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

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  18. kameko.rouge

    18kameko.rouge from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    dhd - > there are definitely a ‘couple of weeks’ left in August.

    didier -> why would you plan the development of a website based on ecommerce software that has not even been released yet..seems outright silly to me.

    ryan -> everyone obviously has different tastes. varien has made it clear many times that you will be able to customize magento.

  19. John

    19John from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    Looks great.

    Will Magento have bulk support? Such as adding a bulk of categories and products. And bulk editing.

    This is very powerful in some ecommerce solutions and saves a lot of time.

  20. Austin Biggs

    20Austin Biggs from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    Is there any word of which license magento will be under?
    such as gnu gpl or cc?

  21. Didier

    21Didier from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    kameko.rouge : we don’t plan anything yet. That’s an option. Basically we have the possibility to work with a company that will sell their solution (quite expensive) or we can develop ourselves around Magento. Of course we are awaiting to see how the beta 1 will look before taking any decision as I’m sure, Varien will not issue something too buggy and if the code is clean, then why not.

  22. Austin Biggs

    22Austin Biggs from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    Does anyone know of the release date?
    Because i am Very eager to get my hands on this product.
    as it looks very professional and useful.

  23. Lorenzo Garcia

    23Lorenzo Garcia from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    >>Is there any word of which license magento will be under?
    such as gnu gpl or cc?

    Austin: Magento is released under Open Software License (OSL 3.0).
    You can read more about it here:
    http://www.magentocommerce.com/license/

  24. Austin Biggs

    24Austin Biggs from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    Thx. :D

  25. Ian

    25Ian from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    @WisdOMbooks: I think it’s a little too early to be speculating about security. The product hasn’t even been released.

    But, FWIW, Magento has been built on top of Zend Framework which makes implementing security much easier than traditional PHP methods.

    Once it’s been released, the PHP community will scrutinise it thoroughly enough - to ensure that it is secure enough.

  26. WisdOMbooks

    26WisdOMbooks from Hobson|posted August 18 2007

    Thank you, Ian!

    Security being such a nightmare when ‘they’ hit you, your words are comforting enough to allow us to proceed further in considering Magento as our future platform.

    Thank you for your hardwork smile

  27. Faruq Hunter

    27Faruq Hunter from Hobson|posted August 19 2007

    Hey guys, I just want to tell you that you guys are doing a great thing. I produced a business plan for a ecommerce development company I was working for in 2002 telling the impact of a powerful, functional and very user friendly set of applications including CRM, Ecommerce, ERP and SCM. After researching the direction of all of he major ERP vendors - SAP, JD Edwards, Lawson, etc. it was evident that the true horizon for these aplications was the mid-size market. But they really do not have the model or pricing structure to make a strong impact.

    The Mid-size market extends the entire globe and into many developing countries. It is through this enablement of data transfer and web based transactions that would enable true global commerce. The only software development model that allows for this level of widespread enblement is Open Source.

    You guys are doing more than creating another ecommerce application. From the looks of it you have including all of the pertinent B2B and B2C features tha are needed for doing a multitude of business and you have done it in a very user friendly way. You are the only one on the OSS market who has done this for e-commerce. I know all the others and although one or two are powerful they are not very friendly and do not have the entire ackage to be a commercialized Open Source application.

    Way to go. Really!! Really!!

    Please make sure that your next move is to dedicate some internal resources to do a very in-depth integration with Sugar CRM. Their paid user base would be a great stream of revenue for you guys and it could provide a hell of alot of custom development and support dollars if you release the integration as OSS.

    Still haven’t seen the rest of the pieces of the puzzle come together. Ther are some ERP and SCM guys out there but none have really step to the plate with a powerful user friendly app. So it is even better that you guys have included so much reporting and mangerial features in your admin portion of Magento.

    Please consider
    - making drop shipments and dealing with outside vendors and off-site inventories an add-in

    - Localized inventory management that works with various units for managing solids, liquids and other forms of inventory - automated inventory notifications to vendors for re-ordering.

    I know these are SCM features but they really enhance the E-commerce application.

    Once again, great work. I am really looking forward to the release. A date would be great.

  28. Mascker

    28Mascker from Hobson|posted August 19 2007

    Hi,

    Just curiosity, which version of zend framework are you using?

    The first entry on this blog is dated from April, and by April zend framework version was not 1.0

    Best regards

  29. ShopKeeper

    29ShopKeeper from Hobson|posted August 19 2007

    It would be cool to be able to select a category listing template when setting up categories.  This way, the template for certain categories could be customized.

  30. Dave

    30Dave from Hobson|posted August 19 2007

    +1 on this smile

    - making drop shipments and dealing with outside vendors and off-site inventories an add-in

    In this day and age I would have thought this would be a lot higher in priority.

  31. Dave

    31Dave from Hobson|posted August 19 2007

    #29 ShopKeeper

    “It would be cool to be able to select a category listing template when setting up categories. This way, the template for certain categories could be customized.”

    I think the landing page feature will at least somewhat fulfill this request.

  32. Zuhair Naqvi

    32Zuhair Naqvi from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    Mascker has a point, i’d double that question:

    “Hi,

    Just curiosity, which version of zend framework are you using?

    The first entry on this blog is dated from April, and by April zend framework version was not 1.0”

    The second question is:

    Can I import / export the categories / sub-categories / products and child products?

    What import export file formats does magento support?

    Last question:

    Will the beta release (this august) of magento be business ready?

  33. Scott

    33Scott from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    Any reason you picked orange instead of magenta?

  34. Robert

    34Robert from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    I just wet my pants!!

    I am very excited about finding a platform that can put my zencart based cookie cutter to rest.

    Will there be usps and ups shipping modules?

    Thank you!

  35. Robert

    35Robert from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    I found the answer to my own question.

    Integration for real-time shipping quotes with the following carriers: UPS, FedEx, DHL, USPS

  36. roy

    36roy from Los Angeles, CA|posted August 20 2007

    Dave - Beta1 will display images as uploaded. We do have in the plans a full media management module that will provide tools to auto-resize, watermark, etc. based on the parameters as defined in the design package.
    Dan - We do not have a ticketing system in the plans at this point.
    James - Yes. Magento will provide capability to sell a product in multiple categories and stores. In the case of a store, a product can have different descriptions, images and any other product attributes per store.
    Didier - A category can be available in one or many stores (not neccesarily all). You simply point a store to a root category node in a catalog category tree.
    WisdOMbooks - Security is a big concern for us well and we’ve given it significant consideration and thought. That said, Magento will be in a beta period and we look forward getting feedback on any security issues that may come up. We hope to address them immediately.
    Ryan - The interface has changed a bit (improved in our eyes). In time, we hope to have a number of different design packages for the admin so you can choose what you like best.
    John - Bulk editing and product upload is an important part of Magento and is in the plans. We hope to have it ready by Beta1 (preview) release.
    Mascker - We are using the latest version of the Zend Framework
    Dave - Drop shipment support is currently not in the plans. We do hope the community will contribute such functionality in the near future.
    Zuhair Naqvi - see above (John’s answer)
    Scott - We felt orange works well for the interface. Why Magenta? Just kidding.

  37. Scott

    37Scott from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    Just thought you were magenta fiends wink

    I like the orange as well (of course).

  38. roy

    38roy from Los Angeles, CA|posted August 20 2007

    Scott - We still love magenta (I hope we didn’t offend it with the orange).

  39. Semo

    39Semo from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    I will hope, that Magento is soon available in Germany. Great job. I will love it!

  40. Asif

    40Asif from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    Am counting days when this shopping cart system available…

  41. Isaac

    41Isaac from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    I am also very interested in the option of having multiple category templates and being able to select which applies here in the category admin - is that part of the ‘Display Mode’ pulldown?  If not, is it something that will be added?

  42. Austin Storm

    42Austin Storm from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    @40… Either you know something we don’t, or that is an interesting countdown. =P

  43. scandic

    43scandic from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    That’s interesting. Magento earns premature praise for a product that’s not available to anyone. Just a few screenshots, a professional website and alot of marketing drivel. Everyone seems to be waiting for the Jack of all trades. But what’s behind Magento?

    Just to get it right. I’m not offending anyone and I’m also interested in Magento. But for me it looks crazy to see a website for months and months and you’re just seeing a weblog. Normaly open source software isn’t handled this way.

  44. matt

    44matt from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    Will Magento accomodate an RMA or returns system?

  45. Zuhair Naqvi

    45Zuhair Naqvi from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    roy, you missed two of my questions:

    1. What version of zend framework is magento built on?

    2. Will the beta 1 version be business ready?

  46. Martin

    46Martin from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    Zuhair Naqvi: Roy said - We are using the latest version of the Zend Framework

  47. roy

    47roy from Los Angeles, CA|posted August 20 2007

    Isaac - We’ll certainly take a look at category templates for Beta2.
    Zuhair - Magento Beta1 (preview version) is to be released by the end of August. As the version implies, it is a beta product and we will not recommend using it in production environments at this time. (thanks Martin for picking up the other question)
    Matt - Magento will have crediting capabilities in Beta1. RMA is scheduled for a later release.
    scandic - You are right. As a professional open source software (POSS) product, Magento is a different breed.

  48. Austin Storm

    48Austin Storm from Hobson|posted August 20 2007

    As haywire prospectors in the old west must have said when they hit paydirt, “Glo-ry!”

    I try not to sound like a fanboy, but I get excited about movies I haven’t yet seen, and CDs that haven’t been released, so why not software?

    But roy, did you think of the possible other meanings for the acronym “POSS”? Hint: POS = piece of… ?

    Carry on, y’all.

  49. Lopsta

    49Lopsta from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    can you show us an example of a landingpage that you talk about in another live shop?
    i only know landing pages in a search engine optimization and keyword advertising environment, but i guess your landing pages definition is somehow different.

  50. pajama

    50pajama from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    @ roy: “Magento Beta1 (preview version) is to be released by the end of August. As the version implies, it is a beta product and we will not recommend using it in production environments at this time.”

    @ Homepage: Coming August 2007 “This summer we’re putting the first version of Magento into your hands. Mark your calendar and get ready to experience open-source eCommerce evolved!”

    OK - than you mean - August comes the first Beta (only for preview) and how many beta versions then still presented before the correct version is available?

    i wait 2 month - and now I get the information that it preview version only.

    i come from german and i see this webside: http://magento.de (it’s yours ?)

  51. Chris

    51Chris from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    Hopefully Magento will appear soon and my thoughts about it being the biggest web-hoax of the summer will vanish wink

  52. roy

    52roy from Los Angeles, CA|posted August 21 2007

    Lopsta - A good example of landing pages can be seen on the Macy’s site. An example of a full landing page can be seen in the women’s category, and an example of mixed content/products can be see in the dresses category.
    pajama - Please refer to our roadmap for more information about pending releases. We are not affiliated in any way with magento.de - we hope to have a German version of the community site available in the next few weeks after launch.

  53. Robert

    53Robert from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    Do you guys mean the dead end of August?

    If magento would give an actual release date, I think all of us kids in the candy store window would get our snot noses off of the storefront display window glass! smile

  54. roy

    54roy from Los Angeles, CA|posted August 21 2007

    Robert - I wish I could give you an exact date. There are a lot of elements that are coming into play with the product, community site, user documentation, screencasts, and many more components. We have a large team working to make this happen and its our intent to make it available as soon as possible. I hope it won’t be the dead last day, but it could if I don’t feel everything is ready and sharp any time sooner.

  55. Carl Smith

    55Carl Smith from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    What’s the pricing model for the software?

  56. Martin

    56Martin from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

  57. Qumer

    57Qumer from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    Eagerly waiting for the first release

  58. enofman

    58enofman from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    What language is Magento based on?
    Waiting with great anticipation!!!

  59. OpenCart

    59OpenCart from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    Looking Good!

  60. roy

    60roy from Los Angeles, CA|posted August 21 2007

    Carl - Magento is open source and the code is thus available at no cost.
    enofman - Magento is PHP5 based.

  61. winnie

    61winnie from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    Will the beta release be able to be tested/used with php4?

  62. Tom

    62Tom from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    @ Winnie

    No magento is using the Zend Framework. Which requires PHP 5

  63. John

    63John from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    What version of MySQL should a server be running before installing Magento?

  64. Scott

    64Scott from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    Winnie, don’t expect any release of Magento to be PHP4 compatible. In addition to what Tom said, it’s time to move on. PHP5 has been out for more than three years. The PHP team also announced this past July that it will stop supporting version 4 by the end of the year ( read more at http://www.php.net ). PHP5 is stable, more widely supported by hosts, and is much more object-oriented than its predecessor, and PHP6 will be on its way soon.

    If your host doesn’t yet support PHP5, you’ll need to switch. I would also venture to say that any host not supporting PHP5 doesn’t have your best interests in mind. wink

  65. matt

    65matt from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    How will the system process credit card orders. Will it authorize and capture like some other OS carts do? Or will the admin have to approve the order before completing?

  66. roy

    66roy from Los Angeles, CA|posted August 21 2007

    winnie - Magento will not be compatible with PHP4. That said, we will have a knowledge base article on how to run PHP5 on a PHP4 server which should work for some users that are not able to upgrade.
    John - Magento will be compatible with mySQL4/5

  67. John

    67John from Hobson|posted August 21 2007

    Will Magento generate an order number whenever someone completes the checkout process?

  68. Marvin

    68Marvin from Hobson|posted August 22 2007

    Will front end pages be customizable using some sort of tagging system?  If so, do you have any example of this?

  69. ShopKeeper

    69ShopKeeper from Hobson|posted August 22 2007

    These questions are unreal.

  70. Dan

    70Dan from Hobson|posted August 22 2007

    Magento team,

    Thank you for all your hard work!

    As a PHP developer (who has made several system add ons to crippled ecommerce systems like oscommerce and Yahoo! stores) I’m excited to use this, enhance it, and have the ability to have a robust system to use for the clients needs.

    Keep up the good work!  I anticipate the release, even if it gets pushed back.  It’s better to release something that works later then to slave over something to release it sooner when it isn’t ready.

    I bet you wish you had an auto FAQ bot that would auto-answer people’s questions. grin

  71. Dan

    71Dan from Hobson|posted August 22 2007

    Oh...and for all of you with questions...why not just wait till it is released.  90% of them will be answered by just looking at the software and documentation.

  72. Martin

    72Martin from Hobson|posted August 22 2007

    Marvin: As Roy said in Magento will templating system. So, always in every templating systems is some kind of taggings mechanism.

  73. WisdOMbooks

    73WisdOMbooks from Hobson|posted August 22 2007

    31 minus
    22 equal
    --------------
    9 days left to your deadline, guys!

    Keep up with your good work smile

  74. ShopKeeper

    74ShopKeeper from Hobson|posted August 22 2007

    Keep in mind the “deadline” is for the first beta release.  You shouldn’t be planning on using it in production any time soon.

  75. Qumer Mumtaz

    75Qumer Mumtaz from Hobson|posted August 22 2007

    Well Shopkeeper
    Do u not think that the first beta is not stable enough that it is put into production environment????

  76. ShopKeeper

    76ShopKeeper from Hobson|posted August 23 2007

    Qumer,
    I guess that is really up to you.  But the terms “Beta1” and “Preview” should tell you something.  I’m really not sure why there is any confusion.

  77. Austin Storm

    77Austin Storm from Hobson|posted August 23 2007

    Qumer,

    No, beta releases are not stable enough to put into production. See wikipedia entry: beta.

  78. Austin Storm

    78Austin Storm from Hobson|posted August 23 2007

    I suppose we have Google and Yahoo to blame for all this beta confusion. I think Gmail is still in beta 2 years later, although flickr is in stage “love you”

  79. Qumer Mumtaz

    79Qumer Mumtaz from Hobson|posted August 23 2007

    Thnx Austin
    Yeah u r right gmail is still beta and it is working rasberry so hope to Magento Beta is also like gmail.

  80. Austin Storm

    80Austin Storm from Hobson|posted August 24 2007

    No, you miss the point Qumer. You do not seem to understand what a beta is.

    I’m sure the first release will be *stable*, as these people are professionals.

    But stability is certainly not the first or only consideration. With e-commerce sites, that would probably be security. And for that we will have to wait until the wide world gets their hands on this thing.

    @ShopKeeper - you are right about some of these questions being completely unreal. I particularly like the one about CRM, ERP and SCM features. Talk about feature bloat!

  81. Qumer

    81Qumer from Hobson|posted August 25 2007

    Thnx Austin for ur words. U r right security is most considerable issue about e-commerce but Y we have to wait?? Y we r not the first that put it into action? And proof the acceptance in terms of security. Also as u said these people r professtional people then hopefully they will take security at their high priority.


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