You won't see this tab until you install the Review Baskets module.
Review Baskets give you a bird's-eye view of all the current baskets in your store (expired and not expired). You can delete baskets from this tab, but you can't add or remove basket items.
If you need to add or remove items from a basket, see: Shop As This Customer. Note that you can only use Shop As This Customer if the basket was created by a customer who was signed into their account. You can't use Shop As This Customer if the basket was created by someone who wasn't using an account in your store. See Basket Status.
But see also:
The Basket Type is one of the columns you'll see in the Review Baskets tab. The values for Type are:
The Basket Status is one of the columns you'll see in the Review Baskets tab. The values for Status are:
When you view the contents of a basket you can see more details and you can delete the basket, but you can't add or remove items. If you need to add or remove items from a basket, see: Shop As This Customer.
You can't expire individual baskets, but you can control how long a basket can remain unchanged before the system automatically marks it as expired. See Basket Timeout.
The shipping estimate feature allows customers to get shipping estimates for their current basket, or for individual products, without having to start the checkout process. You can add this feature to any page in your store, but it's usually added to the Product (PROD) and Basket (BASK) pages.
Most store owners add the Shipping Estimate feature to the Basket page (BASK), or the Product page (PROD).
2.1. Go to > User Interface > Pages tab > Edit page BASK or PROD > Page tab > Template field.
2.2. If you are editing the BASK page:
We need to add a line of template code that will determine where the Shipping Estimate link will show up in our on-line store page. In our example, we'll modify the template code so that the Shipping Estimate link shows up below the PayPal button.
2.2.1. Search for the line in the template field that contains the string "PaypalExButton".
2.2.2. Below the line for the PayPal button, add this code:
2.2.3. Click Update
2.3. If you are editing the PROD page:
2.3.1. Search for the line:
2.3.2. Replace it with:
2.3.3. Click Update.
3.1. Go to > User Interface > Items tab.
3.2. Search for the item: shipestimate Note that we are not looking for the item: shipestimate_rates
3.3. Edit the item shipestimate and select the Pages tab.
3.4. Assign shipestimate to page BASK or PROD (or both).
Assuming that you added the Shipping Estimate feature to either page BASK or page PROD: Go to > User Interface > Pages tab > Edit page BASK or PROD > Shipping Estimate tab.
|Mode:||Set this field to Entire Basket if you are editing the Basket (BASK) page. Set this field to Single Product if you are editing the Product (PROD) page.|
|Address Fields:||Whatever fields you select here will appear in the Shipping Estimate popup in
your on-line store.
If you set Results Display to "Open in a New Window", use this field to select the page that you want to use to display the shipping estimates.
For example, if you set Results Page to SERT (Shipping Estimate Rates), when the customer clicks on the Calculate Shipping button, a new browser window will open and display the Shipping Estimate Rates page along with the shipping estimates.
|Shipping Countries:||If you want a list of countries to appear in the Calculate Shipping dialog box:
|Notes: Versions: Recall: Clear: History:||Please see: Common Fields in the Admin Interface.|
|Advanced Mode:||Click on the advanced mode to display the template code field that controls the Shipping Estimate popup.|