LeGuide Datafeed

LeGuide Datafeed

Compatible With: Community, 1.7, 1.8, 1.8.1, 1.9, 1.9.1, 1.9.2, 1.9.3

Tech Specifications

Current Version:
Stable Build
13 December, 2017
Extensions, Sales, Marketplace Feeds
License Type:


Seamless integration with Le Guide using the Le Guide Datafeed extension for Magento.

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LeGuide is a leading European eCommerce advertising platform. It was founded in 2000 following the merge of Zoomit, Dondecomprar and Shopgenie. Kelkoo offers a complete and integrated service for online shopping, helping users to search, find and buy products in a safe environment and ultimately to increase revenues for both merchants and publishers. Today, Kelkoo, with the acquisition of LeGuide Group, that includes LeGuide, Ciao and Dooyoo, represents the European leader in ecommerce advertising and shopping comparison.

This extension for Magento has been specifically developed to enhance your online LeGuide store. A single add-on unit, it enables you to easily generate and manage an entire shopping feed – without omissions, saving you time. With your products available in a LeGuide shop, you will receive new site visitors who want to buy. The products or services you sell can be swiftly imported to your LeGuide merchant account to this add-on.

To avoid errors, the software checks or supplies all the necessary data for your LeGuide merchant account to make sure that there are no omissions or unprofessional looking results in your data feed. Choosing feed categories from the large LeGuide taxonomy is not always straightforward when done manually; it can be difficult and time-consuming to choose and repeatedly select correctly. With this add-on, everything is simpler. The extension support all products types, even configurable and bundled/grouped products.


To use LeGuide/Kelkoo you will need to register a seperate account, you can subscribe at https://www.kelkoogroup.com/ and or https://merchants.leguide.com/ There is no time commitment, no minimum billing as the CPC  (cost per click) is fixed and there is no bidding.


Adaptable to your and LeGuide needs 

In your implementation, you can choose to include or exclude specific products with different filter methods, whether to accept the correct product description and use standard industry identifiers such as EAN, UPC or MPN - or use the GTIN (Global Trade Identification Number) to define the brand. There is also a new ‘Identifier exists’ attribute, which can be deselected for custom goods that do not have a standard part reference. The feeds you create will always be kept up to date, as they interact with your merchant account and multiple store views can be generated.

These generation settings may be customised to generate automatically or manually, as you prefer. You will see throughout that this add-on has been designed for ease of use, yet also has some advanced options for power users. If you require extra control, feeds can be generated in seconds with the ‘Cronjob’ option, without having to use the LeGuide Shopping API. Sales tax rates or VAT etc. can be set manually, a catalogue list and price rules can be included. Usefully, extra rules and shipping prices may be added if required.


Compatible with grouped and configurable products

The LeGuide Shopping extension is fully compatible with grouped and configurable products. The configurable products have a full fallback on the parent data which can be easily configured so all products can get the right data in your LeGuide Feed through the latest LeGuide requirement standards.


Handle configurable and simple products easily

Where it was already possible to get the configurable product data to your feed by setting the right parent information on the Simple products. This LeGuide Datafeed extension now adds a little shortcode to the configurable product to automatically select the right simple-product option and price. In this way your product links have the right price and setting so LeGuide will approve the product in your LeGuide account. For example, the link will be ; www.yourstore.com/knifeset#40=3


Simple configuration and a clear guide

Once installed, the extension is easy to configure. From the main Magmodules menu, enter LeGuide Shopping and then select from the four areas of data, advanced options, filters and generation settings. Data can be set for conditions, product type, brands, part numbers or other parameters.

Advanced options include tax and customisation of price rules for your own business model, such as extra fields or delivery markers etc. Filters may also set, should you wish, to exclude products from the LeGuide feed - this may be useful, for instance, if stocks fall below a certain level.


About LeGuide

The LeGuide group is a pan-European company with websites in 14 countries and nine languages. The main consumer brands LeGuide.com, Ciao, Webmarchand, Choozen and dooyoo an newly blacklist.me are visited by over 14.8 million consumers* in Europe every month. It's possible to connect with these networks through the LeGuide feed configuration.

The LeGuide Feed works with the following LeGuide brands: Ciao, Choozen, Dooyoo, Webmarchand, Pricesavvy, Webkupiec, Prisvis.se, Koopkeus, Prisvis.dk, Pagineprezzi, Mercamania, Shopwahl.


Technical Product Features

  • Option to exclude or include specific products
  • Option to select the right product-description
  • Option to choose the unique identifiers (EAN / UPC or MPN)
  • Option to define the category
  • Compatible with the LeGuide feed requirements  Clear solution
  • Turnkey solution, no xml or api knowledge required
  • Always exports a well structured data feed
  • Make use of configurable with switch urls which Automatically adds a Shortcode to your configurable URL that automatically selects the right simple-product option and price

Release Notes

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  • Compatible with CE: 1.7 1.8 1.8.1 1.9 1.9.1 1.9.2 1.9.3
  • Stability: Stable Build
  • Description:

    * Marketplace Release


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