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Ajax Image Uploader: Magento Extension User Guide.

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Very fast and user-friendly upload of product images with AJAX-based drag-and-drop functionality.
Not a big fan of standard flash image uploader? Looking for a fast and easy way to upload product images? Well, you guessed it - there is a solution :). Now you can just drag pictures from the file browser on your computer straight to the Magento product page and drop the images there. We did some experiments - it took us about 10-20 seconds to choose and upload 8-10 product images. You can learn more at http://amasty.com/ajax-image-uploader.html

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Ajax Image Uploader: Magento Extension User Guide.

  1. 1. User Guide: AJAX Image Uploader Page 1 AJAX Image Uploader Magento Extension User Guide Official extension page: AJAX Image Uploader Support: http://amasty.com/support.html
  2. 2. Table of contents: 1. New tab for image management ..………...………………………………….. 3 2. ‘Drag and drop’ upload of images …………………………..……………….. 4 3. Track progress of image upload ………………………….….……………….. 5 4. Manage images ……………………..………………………….….……………….. 6 5. Drag images to change their sort order ……………….….……………….. 7 6. Extension configuration .………..………………………….….……………….. 8 7. Front end example ………………..………………………….….……………….. 9 Page 2 Support: http://amasty.com/support.html User Guide: AJAX Image Uploader
  3. 3. Page 3 When editing a product you will find a new tab ‘Product Images’. It replaces the old ‘Images’ one. Support: http://amasty.com/support.html User Guide: AJAX Image Uploader
  4. 4. Page 4 Support: http://amasty.com/support.html Now to upload images for a product you just select the necessary images in your file browser on your computer, then drag them to this area of ‘Product Images’ tab and drop there. User Guide: AJAX Image Uploader
  5. 5. Page 5 You can track progress of the image upload. Support: http://amasty.com/support.html User Guide: AJAX Image Uploader
  6. 6. Page 6 Once the images get uploaded, you can choose which of them should be used for thumbnail, small image and base image. You can also add labels for images, enable/disable images and delete them. IMPORTANT. Please be aware, that for the edits to get saved you need to click ‘Save’ or ‘Save and Continue Edit’ button. Support: http://amasty.com/support.html If for some reason you don’t want to or can’t use drag-and-drop functionality to upload images - click ‘Browse’ button, then choose the images (either one or multiple in one go) and press ‘Open’ button to upload the images. User Guide: AJAX Image Uploader
  7. 7. Page 7 You can change sort order of an image by just dragging it to the appropriate position. Support: http://amasty.com/support.html User Guide: AJAX Image Uploader
  8. 8. Page 8 Admin panel -> System -> Configuration - > Image Upload. Support: http://amasty.com/support.html You can choose the surface by which images should be dragged when their sort order is changed. It can be the whole image block, only the images surface itself or just the header of the image block. User Guide: AJAX Image Uploader
  9. 9. Page 9 Here’s a front end example of a product with images uploaded using ‘Express Image Upload’. Upload of images took less than half a minute. Support: http://amasty.com/support.html User Guide: AJAX Image Uploader
  10. 10. Thank you! Your feedback is absolutely welcome! Page 10 Should you have any questions or feature suggestions, please contact us at: http://amasty.com/support.html Support: http://amasty.com/support.html User Guide: AJAX Image Uploader

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