How the Store View affects categories and products

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===== MANAGE PRODUCTS ===== ===== MANAGE PRODUCTS =====
-To get a better view of what information Magento ties to the Product, Website or Store views, open Catalog > Manage Products and click on a product in the sample database to study it in detail. As you can see, the scope of each attribute is shown as [GLOBAL],[ [[http://www.cyberworldltd.co.uk|WEBSITE]] ] or [STORE VIEW]. +To get a better view of what information Magento ties to the Product, Website or Store views, open Catalog > Manage Products and click on a product in the sample database to study it in detail. As you can see, the scope of each attribute is shown as [GLOBAL],[WEBSITE] or [STORE VIEW].
  * The Product name belongs to the Store View, which enables you to use a different product name depending on language.   * The Product name belongs to the Store View, which enables you to use a different product name depending on language.
  * The SKU is a Global attribute - it is the same for all views.   * The SKU is a Global attribute - it is the same for all views.
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Open Catalog > Manage Categories. Open Catalog > Manage Categories.
-The Choose Store View selector in the upper left-hand corner of the window allows you to show only the parts of the category tree that are available in a particular [[http://www.cyberworldltd.co.uk|e-store]] . +The Choose Store View selector in the upper left-hand corner of the window allows you to show only the parts of the category tree that are available in a particular e-store.
Click on a category in the sample database to study it in detail. As you can see, much of the information for a category has a Store View scope. These attributes can be given separate values for each store view they are used in. Example: if you design a store with one view per language, you must select a language to modify the corresponding text fields. Click on a category in the sample database to study it in detail. As you can see, much of the information for a category has a Store View scope. These attributes can be given separate values for each store view they are used in. Example: if you design a store with one view per language, you must select a language to modify the corresponding text fields.



 

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