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Terms and conditions tick box
#1
Is there an easy way to add a tick box to say that the customer accepts the terms and conditions before going to checkout?  Have tried and tried with no luck.

Thanks
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#2
(02-12-2018, 02:57 PM)Cliff Evans Wrote: Is there an easy way to add a tick box to say that the customer accepts the terms and conditions before going to checkout?  Have tried and tried with no luck.

Thanks

Can you share some code you have tried?
Did you use this API tag https://shopplugin.net/api/checkout-clickwrap/
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#3
(02-13-2018, 09:00 AM)support Wrote:
(02-12-2018, 02:57 PM)Cliff Evans Wrote: Is there an easy way to add a tick box to say that the customer accepts the terms and conditions before going to checkout?  Have tried and tried with no luck.

Thanks

Can you share some code you have tried?
Did you use this API tag https://shopplugin.net/api/checkout-clickwrap/

I have not got any of the code I tried as none of it worked!  I have looked at the link you have given me but, am unsure where I should use the code, There are no real indications that i can see as to where to put the code. I am surprised that this is not actually built in to shopp as it is with many other cart systems.

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Cliff
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#4
Your text is a little contradicting. You have tried a lot and yet you can't show what you tried.

To adjust the default checkout to meet your needs you will have to activate Shopp templates. Did you do that?
https://shopplugin.net/docs/the-catalog/...templates/
After doing that you will have a collection of Shopp templates in a folder /your-theme/shopp
These files are accessible in your WordPress admin.
That is the place to edit checkout.php

Shopp is very customizable, the sky is the limit. It does depend on your skill levels, whether or not you should do this yourself or hire a designer/programmer/developer.
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#5
I can't show what I have tried as I hav'nt kept any of it! I am not a coder. Basically I had a company (a one man band) looking after my site and doing all the coding but he suddenly disappered and left me out in the cold. So I have had to get in and try and do it myself. Some things I can do and others are just beyond me, and this is one of them.
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(02-14-2018, 09:18 AM)Cliff Evans Wrote: I can't show what I have tried as I hav'nt kept any of it!  I am not a coder.  Basically I had a company (a one man band) looking after my site and doing all the coding but he suddenly disappered and left me out in the cold.  So I have had to get in and try and do it myself.  Some things I can do and others are just beyond me, and this is one of them.

Where you able to find checkout.php?
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#7
Yes, found checkout.php!
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#8
(02-19-2018, 05:59 PM)Cliff Evans Wrote: Yes, found checkout.php!

Can you tell me in easy speak where I should put this code in checkout.php please.
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#9
When you said you found checkout.php, without asking more questions I really thought you had solved it on your own Smile

You could copy the code for the marketing checkbox like this:



Code:
<li>
<div class="inline">
<label for="clickwrap"><?php shopp('checkout.clickwrap','title=Please accept terms and conditions'); ?><a href="http://example.com/terms">Agree to Terms and Conditions</a></label>
</div>
</li>


Put it right below the marketing </li> tag
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#10
Thank you very much.  Done and working!
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