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chrisredco
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Posted - March 11 2010 :  09:36:39  Show Profile  Visit chrisredco's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I am setting up a version 7.0 site and have noticed that when attempting to check out, a customer has to either have registered already or needs to sign up. Is there a way to also give the option of letting the customer checkout as a Guest and not register?

optweb
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Posted - March 24 2010 :  13:46:49  Show Profile  Visit optweb's Homepage  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by chrisredco

I am setting up a version 7.0 site and have noticed that when attempting to check out, a customer has to either have registered already or needs to sign up. Is there a way to also give the option of letting the customer checkout as a Guest and not register?



Hi is there an answer for this?

I have customers who order almost yearly and as such are constantly forgetting the login details.

Is there a way of allowing the order to go through without login in please.
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chrisredco
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Posted - March 26 2010 :  10:24:44  Show Profile  Visit chrisredco's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Found out you can set "xLoginSeparatePage" in your Admin page to "No". This will eliminate the shopcustadminlogin.asp page and just puts a login box at the top of the shopcustomer.asp page. That way the customer can either login first, or just fill out the billing/shipping info without logging in and checkout as a guest.

Of course, this means they will never see the Register section to register as a new customer, so you would have to add a link somewhere else to shopcustadminlogin.asp if you want people to be able to register as new customers separately.

Chris
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ironhawker
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Posted - March 29 2010 :  21:36:43  Show Profile  Visit ironhawker's Homepage  Reply with Quote
New customers can create an account so that you can shop faster in the future and keep track of orders you have made in the past.

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