Setting Up Mage Featured Products in FrontEnd – Properties – Part 1

We visit different websites on a regular basis.  Hence we see thousands of products in eStores. Generally there are few products which are special and means to attract the client’s attention. As we’ve also seen marketers use many strategies over time. So, the Magento Featured Products are a similar kind of strategy to market any specific product online. Further, there are other terms such as Best Selling, Most Recent & Sale etc. However the term Magento Featured Products is used to guide clients for making discussion over different products with ease. It’s tested by online marketers that people more likely buy the highlighted products among the huge number of goods.

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Step 1: Setting Attribute Properties – Magento Featured Products

Here we will create an attribute for setting up Magento Featured Products. So, set the default values for Magento Featured products .

Note: Give a unique Attribute Code & No as Default Value


Step 2: Setting FrontEnd properties – Magento Featured Products

Next change the following properties to “Yes” from the dropdown list. Except the mentioned properties all properties will remain the same as default.

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Or you may set up the values as per your site requirement. Further steps are in Part 2.

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