1 pointLooks like I found the answer to my own question. In the discountcodesfolder\catalog\includes\modules\header_tags\ht_discount_code\ht_discount_code.php file, it references the markup section I pasted in my previous post. It seems like I can simply update the bolded part of the following line (#s 18 to 24): $('div.contentContainer div.contentText .form-group').parent().before('<h2><?php echo TEXT_DISCOUNT_CODE; ?></h2><div class="col-xs-6 col-sm-3">\n\ <div class="form-group has-feedback">\n\ <input type="text" class="form-control" name="discount_code" value="<?php echo isset($sess_discount_code) ? $sess_discount_code : ''; ?>" id="discount_code" />\n\ <span class="form-control-feedback" id="discount_code_status" style="right:0;"></span>\n\ </div>\n\ </div> \n\ <div class="clearfix"></div><hr>'); to select on the same part of the code, but as it applies to my file rather than the default. Pretty straight forward. Sorry to ask a dumb question here, but maybe this will help someone else!
1 pointHi all, I would like to have my checkout as follow: 1. No login page, show customer shipping details right away. 2. Allow customer to create a password to have an account or continue as guest 3. If customer has an account allow Ajax popup to log them in. I know I can use guest checkout plugin and do rest myself, but did not want to re-invent the wheel. The reason I post in BS forum is because I want it to work in BS out of the box, but happy to port it if required. Any pointers? Thanks, Rudolf