(The official URL for this screencast is commerceguys.com/resources/articles/272)
Commerce Customizable Products is another module that provides custom line item types like Commerce Custom Line Items, which I've shown before.
Our goal here is to sell a T-shirt with a customizable slogan on it. This could be any customization, and there could be more than one field. Here's how we do it:
1. Enable Commerce Customizable Products.
2. Create a custom line item type which will have the extra field. (We wouldn't have to do this if all products in our store had this customization.)
3. Add the field to the new line item type. In this case it's a text field called "slogan".
4. Create a special product display content type (with a product reference field) so that we can configure the display settings on the product reference field.
5. Configure the display settings to use our custom line item type (and tell it not to try to combine like items in the cart).
6. Create product and product display node to try it out.
For extra credit in the video we add the new field to the cart view, and even give the customer the option to edit it in the cart view by using the excellent Editable Fields module.
Commerce Fieldgroup Panes allows you to expose fields into the checkout process so you can collect information from your customers and use it for feedback, create new accounts, etc.
The official URL for this screencast is commerceguys.com/resources/articles/257, and that's the best place to comment.
Learn how to use the schema.org Drupal module to enable rich snippets on your Drupal 7. Download the module from drupal.org/project/schemaorg
The person, event and recipe types from schema.org are known to work at the moment, but there are probably more types that are working. Feel free to experiment and report back at drupal.org/project/issues/schemaorg
Update: The mapping for "name" which is shown at 1min40s is now automatically set for you and is no longer shown in the UI.
More background on schema.org and Drupal 7 at openspring.net/blog/2011/09/30/schemaorg-rich-snippets-drupal-7-rdfa
The Inline Entity Form module provides a widget for reference fields that allows inline management (add / edit / delete) of referenced entities. It provides an excellent solution to the product display -> product UI problems, allowing the products (called "variations" in the UI) to be managed from the product display add / edit page.
The module also provides a more modern line item management widget, that allows store owners to edit custom fields that are attached to those line items.
The official URL for this screencast is commerceguys.com/blog/commerce-module-tuesday-inline-entity-form, and that's the best place to comment.