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GF & Cart66: Good solution for a purchase with many options

  1. Hey All,

    We've just launched our site, and we're stoked! Thanks to all the support folks who answered my many questions.

    http://australiandiscountprinting.com.au/

    The site is a reasonably complex combination of Cart66 and Gravity forms, with the largest Gravity Form coming in at 259 entries (booklets: http://australiandiscountprinting.com.au/cheap-printing/booklets). My favourite integration with Gravity Forms though is for Business Cards (http://australiandiscountprinting.com.au/cheap-printing/business-cards) and Calendars (http://australiandiscountprinting.com.au/cheap-printing/calendars) where we've hidden the information required from someone needing a custom job behind a single drop down: "Graphic Design Required?"

    Anyhoo, check it out, let me know what you think!

    J

    Posted 6 years ago on Monday January 23, 2012 | Permalink
  2. Jared,
    Great site!

    I am looking to integrate GF with a cart to utilize Auth.Net. I'd like to ask you a couple of questions.

    Are all of your forms GF forms that are associated with a product in Cart66, 1 to 1? If I had multiple products in one GF form I assume I could associate that with 'options' of the product within the cart, in order to keep one form?

    Is the cart intuitive from a customization standpoint?

    Thanks for your help,
    Jim

    Posted 6 years ago on Wednesday January 25, 2012 | Permalink
  3. Hey Jim,

    Thanks for checking it out! Single Gravity Forms are always associated with a single "Product" in Cart66. For me that made sense as I can have 100 variations under Business Cards, but they're still just business cards.

    For you, if you have multiple different items in the one form, it sounds like you may be best to make an umbrella form, then once someone purchases you can go through the list of line items it outputs to you to find out what they ordered.

    I guess it really depends on how many variables you have for your products, and whether you want to display them all in the one spot - GF would be good for that. As an alternative, you could construct them within Cart66 itself, which allows up to two variables per product I think.

    I've no experience with Cart66's integration with Auth.net, however it seems to be a common option so should be pretty straight forward. I had a few questions on mine as (because I'm outside the US) I had to integrate with Paypal Standard.

    Hope that helps!

    J

    Posted 6 years ago on Wednesday January 25, 2012 | Permalink
  4. I like it, but if you use subscriptions and quantities.... Well I haven't found a way to have it work yet, and I didn't see anything in there pre-sales about not covering it.

    Not really sad, but not happy

    Posted 6 years ago on Thursday February 9, 2012 | Permalink

 

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