Product Personalization Tutorial - Admin Options

Product Personalization Tutorial – Admin Options

2. Admin Options


In the General options box you can select the following options:

  • Visible on product details page : This option, if set to Yes, will display the “Personalize” button on your product details page ( given that the product personalization is allowed on that particular product which will be covered later on ). Please see screenshot.
  • Show personalization page right before onepage checkout : This option, if set to Yes, will insert the customization page between the shop cart and proceed to checkout steps. Please see screenshot.

If you set both these options to No, “Personalize” button will not be shown on product details page, and your customers will go straight to checkout from the shop card page. It would be as if the extension isn’t installed at all on your Magento.

In the Calendar Options box you can select the skin for the calendar pop up. The calendar pop up appears on the Personalization form in case you decide to use the date values for the product personalization.


You can additionally enable or disable the personalization on each individual product on your Magento by setting the “Product needs to be personalized” option on each product to Yes/No.


The personalize button and block will appear on the product details page if you want it to. You can latter on customize the actual personalization form, as well as the html block and button to fit to your Magento theme, and show the text that you want them to show. Alternatively, if you are familiar with the Magento template system, you can change the position of the “personalize” html block on the product details page, to fit your Magento theme.


The Product Personalization Form Page, if enabled, will list all the products in the users shop cart which have product personalization enabled, and allow the user to re-check/customize the values they entered in the form one last time, before they proceed to checkout. You can also set certain form elements to “mandatory/required” so that the user has to enter them in order to get to the checkout page.

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