September 15, 2010 at 6:50 pm #1850mindipMember
You have a Frequently Bought together list at the bottom of your shopping cart page. Is this a plugin that you have or are developing? How do I get my hands on this!
Would love to buy this feature.
MindiSeptember 16, 2010 at 4:13 am #24352amin007Participant
Hi Mindi, I have custom coded it so it’s not a plugin yet. I will add something similar to eStore as a feature though so you will be able to get your hands on it
Feel free to give me suggestions though.September 20, 2010 at 10:20 pm #24353MagusMember
As for suggestions, I’m not sure what it takes to code something like this, but perhaps it’s some sort of an automated thing?
One thing I could personally think would be helpful would be to have an ability to configure the items. For example, when entering the details for a product, have an area where you can enter the IDs of products that would appear in the “Frequently bought together” list of products.
That would work well for me as opposed to having the system somehow magickally calculate products.
Cheers… RickJanuary 16, 2011 at 5:22 pm #24354
Amin, have you added this feature to the plug-in yet? I was just thinking of how to add a banner or sorts to encourage up-sales and cross-sales at checkout, and this seems like it would be perfect.
I’ve requested an update for various other things I noticed on the boards — hopefully this is one of your many improvements.
BTW: I’ve been using eStore, Affiliate Platform and the Membership plugins for almost a year. They’re rock-solid (once you get the settings right) and add an incredible amount of functionality for the price!January 17, 2011 at 4:43 pm #24355
Failing adding this to the core plugin, can you tell me which file generates the shopping cart, and I’ll hard-code a banner into it as needed while I wait for this feature to be added.
garyJanuary 18, 2011 at 4:55 am #24356amin007Participant
Why bother adding the banner to the shopping cart when you can add all the banners and offers on your checkout page just below or above the shopping cart? This way you don’t have to touch the code. You can take a look at my Checkout page as an example:
All the offers and bundles are placed on the WordPress page not in the cart.January 18, 2011 at 5:54 pm #24357
Well, now I feel like a real idiot for not thinking of that solution myself. My only excuse is that I wrote my post late at night!
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