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The clickable zones are visible because of thanks to the "+" icon. Hovering over the image with your mouse cursor, you can see a little window that presents the image’s name, default image, short description, and price.


For instance, let's say customer wants to find an MP3 player in your boutique. In order to find the product corresponding to his search, there needs to be a tag to associate “MP3 player” with “Ipod “iPod Nano”.

You have two ways to set up this feature.


You can associate several tags to your product directly in the “Tags” field from the moment you
create a product. See the "Managing Your Catalog" chapter of this user-guide, in the "Adding a Product Description" section.

Second Solution


: Creating and managing Tags.

Once you have filled tags for all your products, you will get a very important list of tags. The best way to manage them is to go to the “Tags” sub-tab under the Catalog tab.

You will arrive at the list of all the tags used in your store in all languages.

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Click on “Add New”, and the follow page appears:

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This interface allows you to add tags to one or many of your products.

  • Fill out the name field.
  • Indicate in what language the tag appears.
  • Select the products from the right column to which you would like to apply the tag. Combine a click with the Ctrl key on your keyboard in order to select several of them.

In our case, we will take “iPod Nano” and “iPod Shuffle” and then...

  • Click “Add.” The products will go from the right column to the left column.
  • Click “Save” to save the settings.

Congratulations, you just added a tag to your product!

To add a tag corresponding to another language, repeat the operation, only this time, change the


If your visitors search for the term “Portable Music Player”, they will find the “Ipod Nano” and the “Ipod Shuffle”. See the image below.

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In more general terms, when your customers search by using terms that differ from the product itself, the results they will receive depend on the tags that you have associated with the products.