Variant Images is designed to help you improve the UX and browsing experience in your Shopify store. Reduce the image "noise" on product pages by assigning images to respective product variants, thus making your galleries neat and organized!
In addition, the app comes with the color / print swatch functionality. It lets you visualize product options (such as size, color, print, etc.) on the front-end using 3 types of swatches: colors, images or text icons.
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Assigning Variant Images
Give your product pages a cleaner look-and-feel by assigning each variant its own set of images.
- Unclutter your product image galleries.
- Assign images to selected variants.
- Only the images that pertain to a variant will be displayed.
- Assign multiple images to a variant.
- Safe and hassle-free installation.
- You can work with unlimited products.
- The images you assigned earlier remain assigned.
Visualize product colors with color swatches that blend perfectly into your store's theme and layout.
- Replace boring text with color swatches.
- Preview your swatches in the admin panel.
- Fully customizable swath layouts via CSS: make them round, square, etc.
- Get a preview of what your swatches look like.
Print and Size Swatches
A life-saver for stores selling items that come in different prints. Instead of writing “white roses against blue background”, use a custom image to demonstrate your print.
- Replace vague text description with image-based swatches.
- Control the size and layout (frame / no frame) of your swatches via CSS.
- Use text icons instead of images swatches (great for sizes).
- Control the look-and-feel of your text icons in the CSS editor.
Why Choose Storex
- 15 years of experience in eCommerce.
- Fast and responsive support team.
- 14-day free application trial.
Variant Images Change Log
July 27, 2016:
- The app's loading time has been improved and optimized.
July 29, 2016:
- Option names now appear next to color /image swatches at mouseover (e.g., "Teal").