4. Click Items in the menu on the lefthand side of the Control Panel to upload your catalogue of products. You can input each item manually, then simply drag-and-drop products to sort them. Alternatively, for large lists of products, you can save time by importing either a .csv or .xml file.
5. Add up to three image groups per product – for example, to show off the front, side and back views. Each image group holds up to three images, which are resized automatically to Preview, Normal and Large sizes. The Preview images are used in the main product page; the others are displayed in detail view.
6. Click Payment and Shipping to configure the payment options available to your customers. You can define shipping costs, currency and pricing for different areas if you have overseas customers, as well as selecting the payment methods you will accept, from online transfers to invoices and cash on delivery.
7. Use links within the software to submit items to eBay as auctions. Click on eBay to submit items and view their status – their starting price, auction duration and when the last change was made to the item, for example. eBay shoppers can buy multiple items from your store without incurring additional fees.