Will there be any processing problems with the following situation?
For a simple example I want to have an item setup in ejunkie.
1 item called SHIRTS for $100.
It will have 1 field for variants called COLOR.
I will set the variant (non price change type of variant) up in ejunkie to have BLUE, WHITE, GREEN, PINK, YELLOW, BROWN, GOLD.
So in ejunkie I will have:
SHIRTS $100 - COLOR: BLUE, WHITE, GREEN, PINK, YELLOW, BROWN, GOLD
So the copy and past code will set all that up with all the variant options...
BUT, when I put it on my site I decide I do not want the user to be able to select a PINK shirt for example. Or I have that shirts button in different areas selling the shirt for the same price but limited colors.
Question #1: Can I edit the actual variant code that goes on my site, without changing it in ejunkie, to not have the variant PINK without causing a processing problem?
Question #2: Can I ADD a variant in the code that goes on my site without first adding it in ejunkie or will this cause a variant problem? For example, ADD the color BLACK in the website code but not in ejunkie?
Question #3: Do the variants code on the website even matter for verification and processing at all? Or does it simply supply us with text information about what the customer wants?
Qusestion #4: Is there a way to force the user to select a variant field before checking out?