Catalog Settings

Control the visibility and messaging of Ecommerce on your website.

Shopping Cart Page Message

Colorado Retail Delivery Fee

Pricing/Shopping Cart

  • Begin by navigating in Admin to Settings > Commerce > Catalog Settings.
  • Toggle between showing pricing, or not, and having your shopping cart enabled.
    • Click the lowest radio button to turn the cart on and save changes.
  • For more information on getting your site ready for e-commerce, read here.


  • Allow customers to create a wishlist.
  • You can edit the message that appears on the wishlist page once items have been added to the list.
    • You can find wishlists under a customer's profile under Customers > List.


  • Select your country's currency, this controls what pricing shows for products on your site.
    • This is especially important for Canadian shops, as much of the catalog pricing will be quite different.

Shopping Cart Page Message

  • Create a message to display at the bottom of the cart page.
    • This is a good opportunity to establish expectations for pickup times, as well as shipping and return policies.
    • This message only appears when there are items in the cart.

Order Confirmation Page Message

  • After an order is completed, customers are redirected to a page with this message on it.
  • Establish in-store pickup times, as well as shipping and return policies.
    • We recommend having your phone number and email address on this page.
    • Basic example:
      Thank you for your order!

      A confirmation has been sent to you by email.

      If you have questions or want to confirm pick up time please contact us at (phone) or (email) 

  • If you participate in a Pay Per Click, PPC, marketing program like Google Adwords, you can add a special conversion tracking code to the HTML View section of this confirmation page.
    • The following variables are available on the order confirmation page to pass back to the PPC tracking.

New Items

  • Control how long items recently added to your POS system are considered new by your website.
    • If you have a catalog section on your home page or a new items catalog page, this is something worth keeping track of based on how often you're adding SKUs to your POS system.


  • Adjust which navigation displays when a customer is in "My Account."
    • For the sake of consistency, it's recommended to keep this at the site settings default.

Disable Cart Message

  • Create a message for restricted items that are only purchasable in the store.

In-Store Pickup Only Message

  • Create a message for items that are purchasable online, but cannot be shipped.

Ground Ship Only Message

  • Create a message for items that can only ship via ground shipping methods.
    • This is for ORM-D items mainly

Air Ship Only Message

  • Create a message for items that can only ship via expedited/air shipping methods. 

Default Catalog Sort

  • Change the way that catalog pages display for customers.
    • We recommend Relevance as your default sort, it displays a good mix of prices and items right away.
    • Other popular sorts are Price High to Low and Customer Reviews.

Sale/Closeout Price Label

  • Adjust how sale and closeout items are labeled on your site.
    • It is not recommended to stray from what is already here.

Consumer Reviews

  • Allow consumers to see the star ratings of items in your catalog.
    • This does not affect the search refinements on the left side of catalog pages.

Part Numbers

  • Allow consumers to see the MPNs and UPCs when they are looking at the item detail page.

Colorado Retail Delivery Fee

  • Determine whether or not to apply the Colorado Retail Delivery Fee in Checkout.
  • Read more about the Colorado Retail Delivery Fee here.