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I finally found the time to test it. Love it but something I really miss is the option to go back to a product by clicking the title. See attached. It would be great if it is an option to make this possible.

Also it would be great if you can choose the order of the fields (shipping address ect.). We use shipping which predicts the time of delivery by exact address. Showing a iframe with dates, pickup locations and more. This is not show now... (myparcel-netherlands).

 

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Dear @datakick , my question is if it is possible to set the  'buy now' button to another position  / or to modify your module in a way, that this button is shown always at the very bottom of the site.  We have the situation that the 'buy now' button has to be the lowest element on the last checkout site  (no other text or graphic has to be below this button,  it is a regulation/law here in Germany).   I would love to buy your module, but it is not 100% ok with the law here in Germany when you have a lot of items in the cart.

Hopefully we can get some update here,  we are going in the final steps to go live with thirtybees!!  thank you

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There is no 'Buy now' button, so I guess you mean final payment button?

Well, it's already the last button in on the page, so I don't really understand what you want to achieve???

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Hello Petr,  thank you for fast answer!

When customer has, lets say 50 items, in the cart  (left side in your picture), then this list is very long....  longer than the right part in your picture  (with shipping, payment, confirmation and 'pay now' button. 

And this is the problem,  the 'pay now' button has to be lower than the list with all products.   Hopefully you can imagine what i mean / what our needs are required by law?   Maybe you will put in 20-30 different items in the cart, then you can see.

I will try a solution for my own, but unfortunately the test period is over and i have to be sure that there can be a solution before we buy the module.  Maybe there is a possibility to slide the right part or to move the button to the left side,  or i think you will have any better idea for a fine look, too  🙂

Then you can offer this as an special module for Germany maybe !? 

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You can disable floating cart and display it on top.

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Oh thank you for the information,  but there is another thing we need here....  (i know, a crazy situation, but necessary since 2012) :

Ideally (or better: required by law)  there is an order overview / order summary like this:

1. List of shipping and delivery addresses  
2. List of suppliers and chosen payment method  
3. maybe a message / comment from the customer  
4. Terms and Conditions / Right of Withdrawal (better with Checkbox)  
5. Product overview with all necessary details and quantity etc.  
6. buy now button  

so for that matter the standard setting in your module is ok,  but not for the buy now button. 

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I'm still waiting for additional product text as my 1 copy has never been used due to incorrect adding up of totals

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So you think datakick isnt working on this anymore?  The module is a great one and we are very thankful for this  (even if we do not use it until know),  but small adjustments would be great !!

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I'm not sure if he is .. I think he is working on TB stuff .. I'm just waiting for it to work so I can use it...It works great on my other site , that is if I get any sales on it

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52 minutes ago, DRMasterChief said:

any thoughts on this? 

Thought on what? I still don't understand what you are talking about. If you need the pay button to be the last one on the page, you can move the cart to the top, as I've already answered. If you need the button to say 'Buy now', then use translation. I don't see any other problem

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10 minutes ago, AndyC said:

I'm not sure if he is .. I think he is working on TB stuff .. I'm just waiting for it to work so I can use it...It works great on my other site , that is if I get any sales on it

To tell the truth, this is the one of my worst selling module. The reason is probably that the target audience is tb (and possibly ps16, although I had no sale for this platform). My other modules that run on ps17 sells much better

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Hello,  thank you for the react.  As written before:

Ideally (or better: required by law)  there is the following order overview / order summary at the last checkout page:

1. List of shipping and delivery addresses  
2. List of suppliers and chosen payment method  
3. maybe a message / comment from the customer  
4. Terms and Conditions / Right of Withdrawal (better with Checkbox)  
5. Product overview with all necessary details and quantity etc.  
6. buy now button  

My question is, if we can change the order of the listing  with your module ?  I will do this for my own, if you cant do this, but we need some help,  i am not a CSS specialist  😞  

edit:  maybe you can also improve the selling when you have an ear for the customers and requirements, e.g. this 'German thing'  with listing and button.  A lot of merchants looks for such things when they fit the required law for 99,9%  🙂

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6 minutes ago, DRMasterChief said:

My question is, if we can change the order of the listing  with your module ?  I will do this for my own, if you cant do this, but we need some help,  i am not a CSS specialist  😞  

Order of the listing? I still don't understand what you want to achieve. In what way does not my module meet the law criteria? Maybe the best way to explain this is if you create a screenshots and mark it directly there. 

 

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I think, it's ment if one could move the order page sections (payment, address, etc.) per own wish, so they will be displayed in the customized order (position).

However I don't see any problems on the modules page as all things are in correct places, just not allowing Comment from the customer.

As for Buy now button, that can be easily translated. We for example have to use very long checkout button which needs to say exactly "Order with obligation to pay" 🙂

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2 minutes ago, toplakd said:

just not allowing Comment from the customer.

It does

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Sorry. My bad.

Was looking at the above 6 points and video on your site,  but didn't check the pictures where it's clearly visible that one can enable my custom field.

Do you have any online demo of it where one could test it, especialy on mobile devices with 360px starting width up to iphone width.

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21 minutes ago, toplakd said:

Sorry. My bad.

Was looking at the above 6 points and video on your site,  but didn't check the pictures where it's clearly visible that one can enable my custom field.

Do you have any online demo of it where one could test it, especialy on mobile devices with 360px starting width up to iphone width.

Most of my modules can be tested on my demo server:

http://demo.getdatakick.com/admin561wkvz9k/index.php?controller=AdminChexBackend&token=daeb0760782c797b4c569212cd8744b1#/settings

https://demo.getdatakick.com/en/

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Have made the changes in your picture.  with this sequence, the module complies with the law  (in German, it is called  'Button Lösung'  § 312j BGB).

The very important point is 5 and 6,  6 has to be directly below 5,  and nothing is allowed to be between 5 and 6.

 

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i have a paid version 
(noch nicht perfekt - aber ein sehr guter schritt nach vorn - zur übersetzung des buttons gab es bei mir keine probleme)



 

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Hi @colorful-ant ,  great, thank you  (i think the translations are no problem and i never has any concerns about translations...).  When you will be exactly, your checkout site also did not fit the requirements. 

Do you think it is possible to move the 'confirmation' part  and / or  also move the 'cart' with items to an other positon? 

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3 minutes ago, DRMasterChief said:

Hi @colorful-ant ,  great, thank you  (i think the translations are no problem and i never has any concerns about translations...).  When you will be exactly, your checkout site also did not fit the requirements. 

Do you think it is possible to move the 'confirmation' part  and / or  also move the 'cart' with items to an other positon? 

No, it's not possible. These sections are generated by javascript, so you can't just move things around in template.

I don't think it is a good idea anyway. The flow is designed as it is to reduce friction and hide irrelevant information when possible (we don't want to scare customers with a lot of fields and information).

The Cart block has also functional component -- you can edit items, add coupons, etc... It also shows current amount, which changes when you enter shipping / payment / VAT#. If you moved this Cart block to the bottom of the page, you would totally destroy UX experience and annoy your customers.    

Much better way to handle this idiotic german law would be to list product information inside 'Confirmation' section just above 'Pay now' button. The listed information would be somewhat redundant to Cart block. But it could also include additional information required by law, like attribute and feature values. That way, Cart section could remain simple and clean, and yet you would be compliant with the law.

I think this is the easiest, and also the best solution to tackle this problem. Let me know if this would work for you

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Thank you for your answer, glad about this!!   I am absolutely with you with UX and design  (and the actual design is great in my personal opinion),  but this is a thing we can not get rid off.... 

Upper part is flexible, but then items and then button, thats it. 

Your idea sounds interesting,  just cant imagine exactly how this can look. I think this will also fit the law for 99%  which has to be enough 🤩 

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23 minutes ago, DRMasterChief said:

Your idea sounds interesting,  just cant imagine exactly how this can look. I think this will also fit the law for 99%  which has to be enough 🤩 

It could look something like this. The format of 'Order summary' would be country specific

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Do you mean some information about the items will be in the order summary block (and also in the cart block)?   Can there be also essential product features (e.g. the first 100 characters of short description)? 

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