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9 months ago
Lookin' much better! I like the changes you've made
Regarding the currencies, unless you think the client would somehow LOOSE sales because they didn't accept such a currency, I would do away with it because really, paying with a credit card pretty makes it all versatile these days anyways. If anything you want a "global" currency select to change the pricing on each items to the proper currency than just in the checkout
Thank you @Lindsay !
For the currency box I'll keep it as it is in demo, it's a must to anticipate the use of all and let the vendor to chose if he'll use all of them or only few. The vendor also have an option in the control panel to select different currencies for each country, so on checkout page can be displayed only few.
To help the end-user finding a currency in the scenario of all 64 displayed in a drop down, we will set up a search box on top of the opened drop down panel.
Struggling to find solutions and to identify potential "problems" makes my job really fun. For example even if I make the same checkout page template twice it will come with different problems only because they have different products, audience or setups in the back in cpanel.
@CodeGrape - TY :)
@D-alex I agree! I love that kind of design work.
If you wanted to get involved, I'm working on an Open Source shopping cart.. LOTS of problem solving like this. and its an OPEN project
Why not, sounds interesting. If you want we can schedule a Skype meeting for more details. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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