April 12, 2013 at 3:11 am #8929
This may come into the category of customisation in which case I apologise.
Let me explain.
Our group sells permits for fisheries among other things. UK law requires us to have done a risk assessment for people using these fisheries and to issue a Health & Safety statement for anyone who intends to use them.
What we would like to do is add a stage to the purchase of a fishery permit to ensure that a customer reads the H&S statement and acknowledges the fact by ticking a check box before they are able to proceed to the checkout and buy the permit.
Any help with how to implement this would be appreciated. It may be a facility that is already there that I have missed. I am sure that other users must have similar requirements.
ConradApril 12, 2013 at 5:26 am #55088adminKeymaster
Hi Conrad, Simply add this to your terms and conditions and then enable eStore’s terms and conditions feature so a user has to check it to proceed with checkout.
Remember, you can put multiple agreements under your one terms and conditions. So your terms and conditions page can have the “health and safety statement” along with any other terms you require the user to agree to.April 12, 2013 at 7:35 pm #55089
Fantastic and such a rapid response too. I can’t believe that I missed that!!!April 19, 2013 at 5:26 pm #55090
The Terms and Conditions are the same for all fisheries but the rules are slightly different.
In WP-wStore it appears that the terms and conditions URL is global, so how can I accommodate this? Is it possible to have individual T&Cs for each product?
That would be ideal for us.
ConradApril 19, 2013 at 5:51 pm #55091wzpModerator
It is not possible to have multiple terms & conditions link in eStore. It is suggested that you create a single T&C page with all common elements at the top, followed by fishery specific sections. This parallels how “paper” contracts are created. Alternatively, instead of appending all the fishery specific rules to the common T&C page, create hyperlinks at the bottom of the main T&C to separate pages specific to each fishery. You can also have one page that links to all of your different terms and conditions pages. Then use this master page in eStore’s terms and conditions URL field.
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