Do you have customers that order the same items again and again? My Order Copy module for Zen Cart makes it so easy – and it’s now updated for 1.5.5a. The My Account, Account History and Account History Information pages all offer them the ability to copy an entire order – even one containing products with attributes – to their cart for re-ordering. Here’s a screenshot of the My Account page:
You can buy Order Copy with or without installation; your preference.
Zen Cart Default Attribute is a mod which allows items with only single valued defaultable attributes (such as PDF-only downloads) to be added directly from a listing page, rather than from the product_info page only. This means your customers can add these products from the search page, category listing page, featured products page, or the new and all products pages.
And coming next month: you’ll be able to use my cross selling mods like Checkbox Cross Sell to help sell these products! Stay tuned …
Zen Cart Discount Preview has received an upgrade to support the new responsive template provided with Zen Cart 1.5.5. Here’s what the Shopping Cart page looks like with the new template and Discount Preview:
Zen Cart Product Bought allows you to check to see if a logged in customer has purchased a specific product in the past. It’s perfect for cross selling and upselling messages on the product info page or in the shopping cart. You can even check to see if a product has been bought within a particular time period, such as in the last 90 days.
One of my customers want to discount by dollars spent but NOT discount any product on sale, and also not discount specific products selectable by category, product id or manufacturer. So I added set_cart_discount_products() to Big Spender 1.2.17, which starts from the product subtotal and then allows you to filter out specific products (using the filters indicated above) with the cart_filter_product() function.
Here’s an example configuration, in the setup() function
$this->add_threshold(500, 'Spend over $500, get 30% off', false);
$this->add_threshold(250, 'Spend over $250, get 25% off', false);
$this->add_threshold(100, 'Spend over $100, get 20% off', false);
$this->add_threshold(50, 'Spend over $50, get 20% off', false);