Categories
Categories allow you to group similar packages on your store.

Create a category

To create a category follow the steps outlined below (See Field Explanation for help with fields):
  1. 1.
    Using the sidebar, navigate to Webstore > Categories
  2. 2.
    Click on the Create button.
  3. 3.
    Complete the form and click the Create button.

Edit a category

To edit a category follow the steps outlined below (See Field Explanation for help with fields):
  1. 1.
    Using the sidebar, navigate to Webstore > Categories
  2. 2.
    Click the edit icon next to the category you wish to modify.
  3. 3.
    Make the necessary changes to your category and click the Update button when complete.

Field explanation

Basics

Name: This is the name of the category. The name is visible to customers. Slug: This is the slug of the category. The slug is used to access the category in the URL. For example, if you set the slug to "ranks" this category will be available at yourstore.enderpay.com/ranks. Order Packages By: This is the category ordering method. When you specify an ordering method, the packages within the category will be ordered in that way. The following ordering methods are available: - Price: High to Low - Price: Low to High - Alphabetical: A to Z - Alphabetical: Z to A - Random View Mode: This is the category view mode. The view mode changes how packages are displayed on your webstore. Use the List view mode to display packages in a list and use the GRID view mode to display packages in a grid with their images. Parent Category: This is the parent category. The parent category enables you to create a category hierarchy, this is useful if you have multiple servers. Content: This is the category content. Content will be displayed on the category page above packages. Enable cumulative packages: This is the category cumulative packages option. When this is enabled the category will price its packages cumulatively. (Read more here) Enable single package limit: This is the category single package limit. When this is enabled your customers will only be allowed to purchase a single package (the quantity of that single package can still be changed) from a category.

In-Game Menu

Item Name: This is the name of the item that appears in the in-game GUI. Colour codes such as &7 are supported. Item ID: This is the item that appears in the in-game GUI. Item Quantity: This is the quantity of the item that appears in the in-game GUI. Item Description: This is the lore of the item that appears in the in-game GUI.