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JcMagpie posted a topic in Next Steps / Optimizations / MarketingOne of the main reasons for abandoned carts is people finding a delivery cost at check out they are not expecting. By placing a simple note on every product info page the customer is given clear information about what to expect for delivery. Again totally standalone with no core code change. Simply copy all files of the one you need into relevant sections and go to admin modules /content and install. You can change the title and body text in admin. JcM Product info Delivery Note CE Can be seen on test site https://www.justfastfood.com/product_info.php/products_id/27
This a light-weight add-on for changing shipping/billing address directly in Checkout Confirm page. If you use checkout payment modules like PayPal Express checkout, which obtain address from PayPal website, or using one page checkout, they would skip Checkout Shipping page and bring customers into Checkout Confirm page direct. Customers who want to change default address have to jump backward to Checkout Shipping page and forward causing bad user experience. In this case Ajax can greatly help and allow customers staying in same page with less clicks. A alert would appear if customers didn't confirm the address before confirming the order. Note: It would only change the address of the orders, not the address in customers' address books. Addon link: http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/8911 Screenshots: More On: richardfu.net/oscommerce-ajax-checkout-address/ Screenshots: http://richardfu.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/screenshot_1_edit.jpg http://richardfu.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/screenshot_2_confirm.jpg http://richardfu.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/screenshot_4_error.jpg http://richardfu.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/screenshot_3_alert.jpg
I would like to know whether an add-on or module exists that would allow the user to select one of two available options to receive their product(s). For example, customer orders pastries and at check-out selects whether he/she wants to pick-up the pastries (which is free) or have the pastries delivered (which is $10 USD). Best, Christopher