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Utilities > Image Management

Image Management

The Image Management screen gives you some control over your product images.

When you upload a product image, you actually end up with three versions of that image:

  • Master image: the original image that you uploaded.
  • Main image: This is a copy of the master image that Miva Merchant creates and scales down so it can fit in the bounding boxes of the product page, search page, related product page, etc.
  • Thumbnail image: Miva Merchant generates another, even smaller, version of the master image that can fit in a thumbnail bounding box.

The original image that you uploaded is the "master image" and the smaller versions that Miva Merchant generates are the resized or child images.

What Miva Merchant is actually doing is checking to see if your master image is:

  • Too large to fit in the bounding box for additional thumbnails. If it is, the system creates a scaled down version to use as a thumbnail.
  • Too large to fit in the bounding box of a Main Image. If it is, the system creates a scaled down version to use as a main image.

If your master image is small enough to fit in the bounding box of a thumbnail, the system would not generate any resized versions. It would use the same image for the master image (full-sized), main image (product page, etc.), and thumbnail images. See page 72 for an example of all three image sizes.

Image Management

Delete Image: Permanently deletes all versions of this image from your store server: master image, main image, and thumbnail.

Delete Resized: Deletes the main image and thumbnail image, but leaves the master image. The resized images will be regenerated the next time that a customer reaches that product page.

You can also delete resized images of a master image in the Details window (double-click on a master image name).

Delete Unreferenced: Delete all master additional images, and their generated resized images, that are not associated with a product. See also Reference Count Column.

Check for Updated Images: Delete all generated resized images where the date of the master image is newer than the date of the resized image. This feature might be useful if you initially upload master images using Miva Merchant, but you later updated the master images using FTP. If you use The Image Picker Dialog Box to upload a master image, resized versions of that image are generated the first time a customer reaches the product page. At a later time, if you used some other method, such as FTP, to update the master image, the master image timestamp would be newer than the timestamps of the generated images. If you click the "Check for Updated Images", Miva Merchant deletes the generated images if the master image is newer. New resized images will be generated the first time a customer reaches the product page with a master image.

Image Column: Click on a master image name to open a details window for that image.

Reference Count Column: "Reference Count" refers to the number of products that are associated with an image.

Example: Use The Image Picker Dialog Box to upload an image of a coffee mug "coffee_mug_generic" and associate it with a coffee mug product. The ref count for the image is now 1. If we associate that same image to another coffee mug product, the ref count for the image is now 2.

The Image Detail Dialog Box

The Image Detail dialog box gives you more information about master images and a little more granular control than you get in the Image Management tab.

Image Management

In the Image Detail dialog box, you can:

  • See more information about the master image.
  • Delete the master image.
  • Delete one or both of the resized images.

Utilities > Template Based Batch Reports

By default, Miva Merchant has two template based batch reports:

  • The Printable Invoice appears in the: Menu> Order Processing > Orders tab > Run Batch Report dialog box
  • The Shipment Picklist appears in the: Menu> Order Processing > Shipments > Run Batch Report dialog box

You can also create your own batch reports for either managing orders or shipments.

To Enable the Default Reports

  1. Go to Menu> Utilities > Add/Remove Modules tab.
  2. Select the Available Modules section.
  3. Under Template Based Batch Reports, click Install.
  4. You can now run the default reports.

To Run the Default Reports

  • Printable Invoice:
  1. Go to Menu> Order Processing > Orders tab.
  2. Select a batch, or select one or more orders.
  3. Click the Batch Report button.
  • Shipment Picklist:
  1. Go to Menu> Order Processing > Shipments tab.
  2. Select one of the template based batch reports.
  3. Click the Edit Template button.

Utility Settings

  • Method 2 - Pages Screen
  1. Go toMenu > User Interface > Pages tab.
  2. Edit one of the pages that is associated with a default report:
    • ORDER_INVOICE (Printable Invoice)
    • SHIPMENT_PICKLIST
User Interface

To Create a New Template Based Batch Report

You should already have followed the steps to enable the default reports.

Creating a new template based batch report is a two-step process. First you create an empty report, which is easy; then you add the template code that will cause the report to gather and process the information that you want. This may require a significant knowledge of Miva Merchant template code.

  1. Go to Menu> Utilities > Template Based Batch Reports tab.
  2. In the Template Based Batch Reports tab, click the Add Report button Add Report.
  3. In the Add Batch Report dialog box, enter a:
    • Type: Select either Order or Shipping.
    • If you select Order, your report will appear under: Menu> Order Processing > Orders tab > (Select an order) > (click Batch Report button)
    • If you select Shipping, your report will show up in the batch report dialog box under: Menu> Order Processing > Shipments tab > (Select an order) > (click Batch Report button)
    • Code: The code uniquely identifies the report in the database.
    • Name: The name of the report will appear in the admin interface.
  4. Click the Add button.

To Delete a Template Based Batch Report

  1. Go to Menu > Utilities > Template Based Batch Reports tab.
  2. Select the report that you want to delete.
  3. Click the Delete button deleteto permanently delete the report.

Utilities > Custom Fields

Custom fields let you add your own fields to categories, products, customer records, etc. For example, you can add a custom product field, such as MSRP, and display that field on a product page. See page 527 for several examples.

To Enable Custom Fields

  1. Go to Menu
  2. Select the Available Modules section.
  3. Under Custom Fields, click Install.
  4. A new tab will appear: Menu> Utilities > Custom Fields.

To Create a New Custom Field

  1. Go to > Utilities > Custom Fields tab.
  2. Click New Custom Field Add Custom Field.
  3. Fill out the fields in the Add Custom Field dialog box.
  4. Click Add.
  5. Add Custom Field

Type: Select the type of custom field that you want to create.

  • Product: Add custom fields to Product pages in your online store.
  • Category: Add custom fields to Category pages in your online store.
  • Customer: Add custom fields to the Menu> Store Settings > Customer Fields Tab.
  • Order: Add custom fields to the Menu> Order Processing > edit order screen.

Code: The code uniquely identifies your custom field in the database.

Name: The field name is displayed in the admin interface.

Field Type: Use the field type to select a control or interface for the custom field. Most of these types are familiar and self-explanatory. You can create custom fields with text areas, radio buttons, checkboxes, etc. The one exception is a field type of "Image Upload", which is a bit different from the others. See Example: Adding a Custom Field with Image Upload.

  • Text Field
  • Text Area
  • Radio Button
  • Drop Down List
  • Checkbox
  • Image Upload

Group: Custom field groups let you organize your custom fields. See Utilities > Custom Field Groups. The Group drop down list will show all of the custom field groups that you have created.

Additional Information: Add "hover text" to custom fields that appear in the admin interface. You might use Additional Information to tell admin users what kind of information they should put in the custom field or how the custom field is used.

Example:

  1. Create a custom field of type Order.
  2. Go to Menu> Order Processing > Orders tab.
  3. Edit an order.
  4. In the edit order screen, there will be a new link at the top: "Custom Fields."
  5. Custom Fields

  6. Click on the Custom Fields link. A Custom Fields dialog box will open and show all of your "Order" type custom fields.
  7. Move the mouse over a custom field name. The text that you entered in the Additional Information field will appear as hover text.
  8. Custom Fields

    To Delete a Custom Field

    1. Go to Menu> Utilities > Custom Fields tab.
    2. In the Custom Fields tab, select a custom field.
    3. Click Delete Custom Field(s) Delete.

    Utilities > Custom Field Groups

    Custom Field Groups make it easier to organize and view your custom fields.

    Custom Fields

    Custom Fields

    Custom Fields

    To Create a Custom Field Group

    1. Go to Menu> Utilities > Custom Field Groups tab.
    2. Click Add Group Add.
      • Enter a Code: the code uniquely identified the group in your store
      • Enter a Name: the name is a more user friendly description of the group.
    3. Click Save Group Save.

    To Assign a Custom Field to a Group

    1. Go to Menu> Utilities > Custom Fields tab.
    2. Edit a custom field.
    3. In the Edit Custom Field dialog box, select your group from the Group list box, and click Save.

    Edit Custom Fields

    Example: Adding and Using a Custom Category Field

    In this example we'll create a custom category field that allows us to display or hide categories in the category tree.

    1. Go to Menu> Utilities > Custom Fields tab.
    2. Create a custom field of type Category.
    3. Add Custom Fields

    4. Edit the value of the custom field.
    5. 3.1. Go to Menu> Catalog > Categories tab > (edit a Category) > Custom Fields tab.

    6. When you edit a category now, you'll see that there is a new tab called "Custom Fields". In this new tab is the custom category field that you created.
    7. Edit Category Hats

    8. Add category tree template code. In our example we'll use the custom field to control whether a category is displayed in the category tree. If the value of the custom field is "true", the category will be displayed in the on-line store.
    9. 5.1. Go to Menu> User Interface > Settings tab > Category Tree Template tab.

      5.2. Add the field. In the Custom Fields section, click on the field named "Display", then click the Select button. (To reduce overhead in the admin interface, only custom fields that have been selected can be referenced in the template code.)

      5.3. Edit the template code. In the category tree template code we'll add code to scan the value of the "Display" field for each category. Categories where the Display field contains the string "true" will be shown in the category tree.

      Category Tree Template

      5.4. The new code we'll add to the template field is:

      Custom Field Name: &mvte:cattree_category:customfield_names:customfields:msrp;
      Custom Field Value: &mvte:cattree_category:customfield_values:customfields:msrp;

    10. When you've finished making your changes to the Category Tree Template tab, click the Update button.
    11. Example: Adding and Using a Custom Product Field

      This example shows how to create a custom product field and one example of how such a field can be used.

      1. Go to Menu> Utilities > Custom Fields tab.
      2. Create a custom field of type Product. We'll call ours "MSRP".
      3. Add Custom Field

      4. Edit the value of the custom field.
      5. 3.1. Go to Menu> Catalog > Products tab > (edit a product) > Custom Fields tab.

        When you edit a product now, you'll see that there is a new tab called "Custom Fields". In this new tab is the custom product field that you created.

        Edit Product

      6. Add the custom field to the product page. There are many different things you could do with a custom product field. As a simple example, we'll have our custom field show up in product pages in our on-line store.
      7. >

        4.1. Go to > User Interface > Pages tab > (edit page PROD) > Page tab > Product Display Layout section.

        4.2. Click on the custom field ("MSRP" in our example), then click the Select button. (To reduce overhead in the admin interface, only custom fields that have been selected can be referenced in the template code.)

        Product Display Layout

        4.3. In the Page tab, click Update.

      8. Now let's look at a product page in our on-line store:
      9. Custom Fields

        In our example the custom product field automatically showed up in our on-line store because we had not modified our product page template code. If you have modified your product page template code, you must:

        1. Select the custom field in the > User Interface Menu> Pages tab > (edit page PROD) > Page tab > Product Display Layout section.
        2. In the Product Display Layout section, click on the link to view the Product Display Template code.
        3. Manually add the code that will display the custom field.

        Example: Adding a Custom Field with Image Upload

        In this example we'll show how to use the Image Upload field type to add content to your store pages that customers can download.

        1. Make sure that the file type that you want to use is supported by the admin interface. For example, if you want to add a PDF to a store page that your customers can download:
        2. 1.1. Go to > Domain Settings > Domain Details tab > Upload Settings section.

          1.2. In the Upload Settings section, add "PDF" to the Image Extension Types field:

          Upload Settings

          Create a custom field group called "Manuals".

          Create a custom field called "User Manual 01" with a Field Type of "Upload Image".

          Add Custom Field

        3. Edit a product.
        4. 4.1. There is now a tab called "Manuals", created by our custom field group.

          4.2. The Manuals tab contains our custom field: "User Manual 01"

          Edit Product

        5. In the Manuals tab, click on the Upload button to upload your document to your server. If you wanted to attach a PDF to a large number of products, you could upload the PDF once, and then add the server file path of the PDF to a product import spreadsheet (see Data Management > Import/Export Tab).
        6. Go to Menu> User Interface > Pages tab > (edit page PROD) > Page tab > Product Display Layout section.
        7. Add the custom field to the page.
        8. 7.1. Click on the custom field.

          7.2. Click Select.

          7.3. Click Update.

          Product Display Layout

        9. Modify the template code to reference the custom field.
        10. 8.1. If you haven't already, click on the link so that you can see the template code.

          8.2. Look for the template code:

          &mvt:product:customfield_values:customfields:user_manual_01;

          and change it to:

          User Manual

        11. Click Update.
        12. If we go to our online store and select the product page for the Basic Tower Kit, we'll see that our user manual shows up as a hyperlink. If the customer clicks on the link, their browser will either open the PDF in a new browser window, or ask the user to save the PDF, depending on how their browser is configured.

        Example: Custom Basket Fields

        There are times when you might want to capture information while a customer is shopping in your store and save that information to your store database. For example, you might want to capture the customer's IP address and save it with the order record. In releases before PR8 Update 9, you could capture the information, but to save it to the database you had to use a third party module.

        PR8 Update 9 added 16 new read/write template functions that let you attach information that you've captured to different types of records. You can use these functions to save and display a wide variety of data:

        • Agent string fields
        • The customer's IP address
        • The referrer page
        • Any information about the customer's basket, items, costs, etc.

        In this example, we'll show how to put a drop-down list on the OSEL page (Checkout: Shipping/Payment Selection) and save the customer's selection to the basket record.

        • Write_Basket: creates a custom basket field and writes a value to it.
        • Read_Basket: reads the value from a custom basket field.

        Normally, the custom fields that you attach to a basket record are lost when the basket is deleted. However, there is a way to "convert" the information and permanently save it in the database with the customer's order. Baskets are deleted when:

        • They expire. See Basket Timeout.
        • The customer completes the checkout process.
        1. Make sure that you have enabled custom fields. See To Enable Custom Fields.
        2. Custom fields are added to a page with the "customfields" item. The customfields item is already enabled on every default page in your store (every page in an "out of the box" store). If you want to use custom fields on a new page that you've created, you have to add the customfields item manually. See Editing Items.

        3. Go to > User Interface > Pages tab > (edit page OSEL) > Page tab > Details section. We'll add some code to create a drop-down list box on the OSEL. Our code goes right above the "" tag.
        4. Details

        5. Click Update to save your changes.
        6. Here's how the template code looks in our store:
        7. OSEL

        8. The template code that we added displays a drop-down list on the OSEL page. Now we'll capture the customer's selection from the drop-down list, and display it on the next checkout page, OPAY (Checkout: Payment Information).
        9. 5.1. Go to Menu> User Interface > Pages tab > (edit page OPAY) > Page tab > Header and Footer section.

          5.2. Add the code shown in the figure below.

        Header and Footer

        • The call to Write_Basket creates a new custom basket field called "hear-about-us" and gives it the value of "g.add1". We used the "add1" variable to store the customer's selection from the dropdown list box in the previous step. The call to Write_Basket saves the value of g.add1 for as long as the basket persists.
        • The call to Read_Basket reads the value in the variable in 'hear-about-us' and prints it to the screen using &mvt:customfields

        When the customer gets to the Invoice screen (INVC), the basket record is converted to an order record. The basket record, along with any custom basket fields, are deleted. However, if you create custom order fields that have the same names as your custom basket fields, the values in the custom basket fields are written to the custom order fields with the same name, and will be saved with the order record. You can then view the custom fields by editing the record.

        Payment Info

        Utilities > Google Analytics Settings

        About Google Analytics

        Google Analytics is a product from Google that tracks visitor activity in your on-line store. Google Analytics can tell you what pages in your store people have visited, what products customers have purchased, etc. The basic process of working with Google Analytics is:

        1. Create a Google Analytics account. Go to www.google.com/analytics and click the Create an Account button.
        2. Install Google Analytics in your on-line store. The product is essentially a chunk of JavaScript code that Miva Merchant installs in your store. Once the code is installed, it will track visitor activities in your on-line store.
        3. When you want to see what customers have been doing in your store, you log into your Google Analytics account to view the tracking data.

        To Install Google Analytics in Your Store

        Follow these steps after you have created your Google Analytics account.

        1. Go to Menu> Utilities > Add/Remove Modules tab > Available Modules section.
        2. Click on the Install button for Google Analytics.
        3. As soon as you install Google Analytics, you'll see two new tabs:

          • Utilities > Google Analytics Settings
          • Utilities > Google Analytics Tracking Code
        4. Select the Google Analytics Settings tab.
        5. Google Analytics ID: This is your Tracking ID that is created when you set up your Google Analytics account. It has the form: "UA-x x x x x ...- x".

          Domain: This field is prepopulated with the domain of your Miva Merchant store. You would almost never need to change the domain field.

          Mode: The JavaScript that Google uses to perform analytics has evolved over the years to add more and more features. You currently (03/20/15) have three choices for the analytics code. What you select here, however, must match the type of analytics code that you selected when you set up your Google Analytics account.

          • Universal (analytics.js)
          • See: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2790010?hl=en Note that, as of Version 9.0003, Universal mode supports conversion tracking. See: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722054?hl=en

          • Universal Enhanced Ecommerce (analytics.js)
          • See: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6014841

          • Classic (ga.js): This is the "original" analytics code that was available in previous releases of Miva Merchant.
        6. Google Analytics ID: this is your Google Analytics account ID. It has the form: "UA-x x x ... - x"
        7. Click the Update button.
        8. Select the Google Analytics Tracking Code tab.
        9. Make sure you have the

          Point and Click

          selected.

          IP Anonymization: When you use Google analytics, the code sends customer data from your store to your analytics account. If you enable this option, the last octet of the customer's IP address is set to zeroes before it is sent.

          Force SSL:

          • If this option is off:
          • If the customer is on a page in your store that uses SSL, the connection to Google analytics uses SSL.
          • If the customer is on a page in your store that does not use SSL, the connection to Google analytics does not use SSL.
          • If you enable this option, the connection to Google analytics always uses SSL.

          Enhanced Link Attribution: If you selected enhanced link attribution in your Google Analytics account, you must also enable it here. But see also: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2558867?hl=en for more information.

          Display Advertising Support: If you are using Google display ads, enabling this feature gives you more information about those ads. You view the ad information in your Google Analytics account, but it must be enabled in your Miva Merchant store so that the data will be collected.

          But see also: http://www.google.com/ads/displaynetwork/ Policy requirements for Display Advertising https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2700409?hl=en

          Cross Domain Auto Linking: You will only see this field if you set Menu> Utilities > Google Analytics Settings tab > Mode field to either "Universal" or "Universal Enhanced".

          Normally, Google analytics cannot track a customer once the customer leaves your store domain. If you want Google analytics to track customers across multiple domains:

          1. Install the Google analytics JavaScript on each domain.
          2. Check the Cross Domain Auto Linking checkbox.
          3. Enter a comma separated list of domains in the text field.

          Domain Tracking: Google analytics gives you the option of tracking analytic data across domains and subdomains. You have to list your domains and subdomains in your Google analytics account. For example, let's say you have the following domains and subdomains:

          • MyStore1.com (one of your domains)
          • dev.MyStore1.com (a subdomain where you do store development)
          • MyStore2.com (another domain)
          • Once you configure your Google analytics account, you can use the domain tracking field to select the tracking data you want Miva Merchant to send to Google.

          • Single top-level domain (no subdomains): Send analytic data for MyStore1.com. No subdomains. No other domains.
          • Single top-level domain (includes subdomains): I only have one domain. Send tracking data for that domain and include tracking data for any subdomains.
          • Multiple top-level domains (no subdomains): Send tracking data for all of my domains, but no subdomains.

          Temporarily Disable Tracking (retains all configuration): If you need to temporarily turn off Google Analytics tracking in your store, click this checkbox, then click the Update button. This disables all Google Analytics tracking in your store, but retains your settings so you can easily turn the feature back on again.

          Advanced mode: The easiest way to install Google Analytics in your store is to select from the options listed above, and click the Update button. The admin interface will automatically install the JavaScript in your store. However, you can use the Advanced Mode to manually install the Google Analytics JavaScript. You might want to do this if Google has released a new version of their code and it isn't officially supported by Miva Merchant yet.

          1. Copy the JavaScript from the Google Analytics page. (You have to find out from Google where the code is located on their site.)
          2. In the Google Analytics Tracking Code tab, click the Advanced Mode link.
          3. Replace any existing code in the Main Template field with code that you copied from the Google page.
          4. Click the Update button.
        10. Click the Update button.
        11. At this point Miva Merchant will automatically install the Google Analytics JavaScript code. Unless you are an advanced user, you don't need to do anything more.

        12. Select the Google Analytics Classic Ecommerce Code tab. Most users will never need to change anything on this tab.
        13. The JavaScript for Google Analytics has two main parts:

          • A "basic" section of JavaScript code that tracks visitors and visitor movement in your store.
          • An ecommerce section of JavaScript code that tracks purchases in your store.

          Just by setting up your Google Analytics account you get the "basic" JavaScript code, but in the Profile Settings section of your Google Analytics account you can choose to track ecommerce.

          When you click on the Update button at the bottom of the Google Analytics Tracking Code tab, Miva Merchant will install the correct JavaScript in your store. You don't need to do anything else.

          The Ecommerce Tracking Template field on the Google Analytics Classic Ecommerce Code tab shows you the Google ecommerce JavaScript code. This code is only installed on your invoice (INVC) page. Advanced users might modify this code if they were testing a new version of some Google Analytics JavaScript, but most users won't need to change anything on this tab.

          Utilities > Google Analytics Tracking Code

          Please see above.

          Utilities > Google Analytics Classic Ecommerce Code

          Please see above.

          In previous versions of Miva Merchant, this tab was called "Google Analytics Ecommerce Code". This tab only appears if you select "Classic (ga.js)" in the: Menu> Utilities > Google Analytics Settings tab > Mode field.

          Utilities > Shipping Estimate

          The shipping estimate feature allows customers to get shipping estimates for their current basket, or for individual products, without having to start the checkout process. You can add this feature to any page in your store, but it's usually added to the Product (PROD) and Basket (BASK) pages.

          To Enable the Shipping Estimate Feature

          1. Add the module.
          2. 1.1. Go to Menu> Utilities > Add/Remove Modules tab.

            1.2. In the Available Modules section, click on the Install button under Shipping Estimate.

          3. Modify your template code.
          4. Most store owners add the Shipping Estimate feature to the Basket page (BASK), or the Product page (PROD).

            2.1. Go to Menu> User Interface > Pages tab > Edit page BASK or PROD > Page tab > Template field.

            2.2. If you are editing the BASK page: We need to add a line of template code that will determine where the Shipping Estimate link will show up in our on-line store page. In our example, we'll modify the template code so that the Shipping Estimate link shows up below the PayPal button

            2.2.1. Search for the line in the template field that contains the string "PaypalExButton".


            2.2.2. Below the line for the PayPal button, add this code:

            2.2.3. Click Update.

            2.3. If you are editing the PROD page:

            2.3.1. Search for the line:

            2.3.2. Replace it with:

            2.3.3. Click Update.

          5. Assign the Shipping Estimate Item.
          6. 3.1. Go to Menu> User Interface > Items tab.

            3.2. Search for the item: shipestimate

            Note that we are not looking for the item: shipestimate_rates

            3.3. Edit the item shipestimate and select the Pages tab.

            3.4. Assign shipestimate to page BASK or PROD (or both).

            Basket Product

            To Configure Shipping Estimate

            Assuming that you added the Shipping Estimate feature to either page BASK or page PROD: Go to Menu> User Interface > Pages tab > Edit page BASK or PROD > Shipping Estimate tab.

            Mode: Set this field to Entire Basket if you are editing the Basket (BASK) page. Set this field to Single Product if you are editing the Product (PROD) page.

            Address Fields: Whatever fields you select here will appear in the Shipping Estimate popup in your on-line store.

            Packaging Rules

            Results Display:

            • If you choose "Open in a New Window", when the customer clicks on the Calculate Shipping button a new browser window will open and display the shipping estimates.
            • If you choose "Place in Element", when the customer clicks on the Calculate Shipping button the shipping estimates will display in the current window.

            Results Page: If you set Results Display to "Open in a New Window", use this field to select the page that you want to use to display the shipping estimates.

            For example, if you set Results Page to SERT (Shipping Estimate Rates), when the customer clicks on the Calculate Shipping button, a new browser window will open and display the Shipping Estimate Rates page along with the shipping estimates.

            Shipping Countries: If you want a list of countries to appear in the Calculate Shipping dialog box:

            1. In Address Fields, select the Shipping Country checkbox.
            2. In the Shipping Countries field, select the list of countries you want to appear in the Country drop-down list.

            Notes: Please see Appendix 2: Common Fields in the Admin Interface.

            Versions:

            Recall:

            Clear:

            History:

            Advanced Mode: Click on the advanced mode to display the template code field that controls the Shipping Estimate popup.

            Utilities > Add/Remove Modules

            To Add Utilities Modules

            1. Go to Menu> Utilities > Add/Remove Modules tab.
            2. Select the Available Modules section
            3. Click on the Install button for the Utilities module that you want to add.

            To Remove Utilities Modules

            1. Go to Menu> Utilities > Add/Remove Modules tab.
            2. Select the Installed Modules section.
            3. Click on the Remove button for the Utilities module that you want to remove.

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