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How to set the Alias of Variant as product_alias + variant_alias automatically? I know there is a inputbox to write the alias; actually it fills up automatically when the value is not entered as an alias processed from the variant_title, but I would like that the alias be product_alias + variant_alias. For example: there is a variant called color blue for a product called tennis, then if the seller doesn't fill the field for the alias of the variant color blue, this field should be filled with the formula: product_alias + " " + variant_alias, this is: tennis-color-blue. Currently the alias filled by default is only the variant_alias, this is, in the previous example it would be only color-blue. Please help me to solve this, since this is very important to improve SEO.
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Vijaya Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hello Adesh,

Thank you for your query. It's fixed and will be available in the next release of sellacious. Alias of variants will be product_alias/variant_alias. We're using '/' instead of '+' because it's easy to identify this way which alias is of the variant and which one is of product. Old URLs will still work.

I hope this helps.

Thank You
Team Sellacious
ADESH JOHNSON Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hello Vijaya. And maybe do you have the patch to apply myself? It's urgent for us. Thank you very much :)
Vijaya Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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  1. Replied 4 days ago
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Hello Adesh,

This feature is updated in the latest version of sellacious.

You can update your site from 1.6.0 to latest (1.7.0) and also update the template.

Before the update, take a backup of your site.

https://www.sellacious.com/download

I hope this helps.

Thank You
Team Sellacious
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