The shopping cart page provides an overview of all items that are currently in your shopping cart, in addition to being able to edit the items and see a summary of costs.
This button allows the user to create a quote, rather than actually paying for the goods. The quote goes through to the cpanel and can be reviewed by yourselves before deciding whether to complete the order.
This large call-to-action button takes the user to the checkout page so that they may complete their order.
All products that are currently in the user's cart are displayed here, with the following included:
The product's image, title, and any extra options (e.g. extended warranty) that the customer might have chosen on the product page.
The current quantity that the customer is buying for the item. This can be edited and updated using the "update my changes" button.
The unique price for that particular product.
This button takes you back to the last category that you viewed before going to the cart page.
As above, this button completes any quantity updates you might have made for the products in your cart.
This feature provides a means to calculate shipping costs before deciding whether to purchase. The shipping costs in question are pulled from your shipping matrix setup in your cpanel. Using the calculator shows the following results, depending on how your matrix is set up:
The results appear on the right hand side of the page, so that they're logically grouped with the pricing.
If the customer has a discount code or coupon, they can enter it here to receive the discount before checking out.
This section provides a breakdown of all costs, including sub-total, shipping, GST, and a total price for the cart contents.
If the customer would prefer to use Paypal, they can start the checkout process straight away by clicking on this button. They'll be redirected to Paypal to start the process.