Extension for Magento by Anowave
Allows customers to quickly add configurable variants to cart by selecting options from visual option matrix.
It replaces the default Magento functionality of selecting options via dropdown and allows the customers to view and select the desired option from tabular interface.
The options matrix allows also multiple variants to be selected and added to cart with a single click which results in improved interface and higher conversion rates.
The extension will automatically replace dropdowns with visually appealing options matrix. It's designed to not only help customers quickly see the number of available variants, but also allow them to add multiple variants to cart at once. See Fig. 1
The extension is designed to work with 3rd party ColorSwatch extension by merging the options matrix with styles and icons supported by the extensions themselves. See below an example of how options matrix might look like with similar extension
This extension can be evaluated online on our staging servers. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We'll be happy to clarify things for you prior to making a purchase.
To see Options Matrix in action navigate to Clothing and click any of the products.
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This extension can be installed in a few minutes, by going through the following steps:
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