Products are defined with product types to ensure that the attributes and characteristics of each type can be distinguished.
NOTE: If you have not reviewed or setup product types yet, it is a good idea to do so before creating products. See Product types for details.
For more information, see Sitefinity CMS overview.
EXAMPLE: You have defined standard VAT rate for the UK to be 20% and you have defined a tax class Books, that is subject to a lower (10%) VAT. When you create a book, in Tax class dropdown box, you select Books.
For more information, see Overview: Taxes and tax classes.
To display a custom field in the public side of your website, you must add the field to the widget template which you use to display the product. For more information, see Create and edit widget templates.
EXAMPLE: You have created a product type Book and you have added a custom field Author. When creating a new product of type Book, the Author field will appear. Then you must change the template that the Products list widget is using, so that it displays the Author field to a website visitor, who is viewing the book you have created.
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