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|Wacky Mall Seller's Tutorial|
|Example #1: Listing a Stock Item that Already Exists in the System|
Listing a "Stock" item that already exists in the system is the easiest thing to do, so that's why it's example #1.
Stock items are items for which you don't want to provide a picture of the actual item you're selling, because it's too common and cheap. Instead you just want to use one stock image.
To illustrate this, we are going to list ten copies of ANS1 Base Set #16 Frosted Snakes for sale.
In the screenshots below, follow the red arrows:
|Step 1: Log into your account and click on "Inventory" in the browser bar at the top.|
Step 2: This is the page where you choose the series of the item you are listing.|
Click on "ANS1".
|It's a long page, this is what the top of the page looks like.|
Step 3: Scroll about half way down the page until you see #16 Frosted Snakes.
Click on the little "edit" icon, that looks like this:
Step 4: This is what you should see.|
Here you can change most anything you want about this item, inluding the title, weight, S&H preferences, you can even delete it entirely.
But it really doesn't make sense to delete it, since it's a stock item, if you don't have it available, just keep the quantity set to 0.
|Step 5: Change the Quantity to 10.|
|Step 6: Change the Price to 0.75 (that's 75 cents).|
|Step 7: Hit the UPDATE button|
Step 8: It should tell you (in red) that it successfully updated your inventory.|
Click this link to see the live public store page for ANS1
Step 9: This is what you should see.
If so, congratulations you successfully listed an item!
Now in the next step we'll make sure it can be added to the cart.
|Step 10: Select "2" in the Quantity box and hit "Add to Cart"|
|Step 11: This is what you should see. This is your cart.|
|Step 12: Empty your cart and go back and (important) change the quantity of Frosted Snakes back to 0, because otherwise it will be for sale on your live store. You might also want to change the price back to 50c.|
|This is the end of Example #1. Return to the main tutorial page.|