one simple way to do it without major config. is to have a Shipping options page come up when the user clicks to Checkout. On this page you can have various shipping options for the user to choose from.kentphoto said:I am using Paypal at the moment for my checkout. I wanted to know, how you can add additional shipping rates, for Europe/Asia, etc?
Some people that are only using the Paypal cart have International buyers add an extra shipping charge to their shopping cart with another button. Not exactly the "best" way, but it is an easy way. Shopping Cart software will usually have stuff like this built in, but that would largely require a re-design of the whole site and may not be worth it.kentphoto said:I am using Paypal at the moment for my checkout. I wanted to know, how you can add additional shipping rates, for Europe/Asia, etc?
Thanks for the input. I did change the bright green Paypal page to white. I'm not sure why the PAypal page asks people to log in. I see a page where it gives you the two options.Twinge said:The Paypal Cart page is bright green. This is pretty annoying, and not consistent with the white background of the main site either.
Speaking of Paypal - it looks like you are saying that you don't need a Paypal account to buy shirts, yet the shopping cart lands people on a page where they are asked only to sign in with Paypal; not the page where you can either login or just do a credit card transaction.
Hmm, I guess it is there - it just requires an extra click at the bottom. I really thought it went directly to the page offering both options, but I just double-checked on mine and it doesn't :/ I wonder if there's a way to adjust that...kentphoto said:Thanks for the input. I did change the bright green Paypal page to white. I'm not sure why the PAypal page asks people to log in. I see a page where it gives you the two options.
I'm still working on the suggestions people have given me, so we'll see how it shapes out.
VERY good point Ken. I see this on a lot of t-shirt sites and it is definitely a turnoff for a new shopper not knowing what "your site is not secure" popup message really means.This might kill a sale is someone is reluctant to put their CC info on a page that has this message
Basically I didn't want to pigeon hole myself into one particular niche. Imagine some guy standing out on the street yelling" T-shirts for everyone!"Jasonda said:I am a little confused by your tag line and your text on the front page. "T-shirts for everyone". Of course t-shirts are for everyone, everyone wears the darn things.
- Are you trying to say that everyone will enjoy your shirts? This isn't true of course, many people will like them, but many people won't.
- Are you trying to say that your t-shirt designs are "kid-friendly", i.e. non-offensive and appropriate for kids as well as adults?
- Are you trying to say that your t-shirt designs are available in all sizes?
My point is, I really don't understand what "T-shirts for everyone" means. Please clarify.
Jasonda said:On each page for your shirts, you have a LOT of options for size and color. I can tell that you have tried to make it simple to understand with the color chart and everything, but it is still complicated for the average user.
The color options was a feature I really struggled with. And it was a lot of work. Do I limit the colors? or provide many options? I show 12 options, and I guess I'm utilizing the benefits of printing with a heat press. I can offer options, so why not. I was hoping the layout/functionality of the sample colors would be simple for the users, and in time I may simplify this color chart.Jasonda said:For your color chart, instead of having the legend with hard-to-read tiny gray text of "W, M, K" next to each color box, I would make three simple sections under the main picture instead.
Good one, I am changing this.Jasonda said:Add "All sizes" so people know they are paying the same amount for an adult's shirt as a kid's shirt.