Delivery Options Order Total Module for Zen Cart

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Zen Cart Delivery Options Order Total Module v1.5

This module is an beginner installation for Zen Cart 1.3.8, 1.3.9 & Zen Cart 1.5.X and was tested on PHP 5.5.18.

This module simply adds additional order total functionality for your Zen Cart. For example, maybe you need to charge a residential fee and/or insurance, signature fee etc. This module will add 2 delivery options which can be either flat per order charge or a percentage of the subtotal charge.

The beauty of this module is that you can easily change the language for each option (signature, insurance etc) in the provided language file and the options show in checkout in the same box labeled delivery options with a checkbox for each option. Less confusing and more comprehensive. One, none or both options can be chosen. The checkout page automatically refreshes to apply the selected option, but an update button is provided for those impetuous shoppers as well.

Additionally, the first option can be automatically (intended for signature) charged amounts over X dollars in the cart's subtotal. Additional options: to not charge fees when cart is virtual products only, to not charge fees when cart is gift vouchers only, to not calculate fees for products that have free shipping (includes gv and virtual products) as well as the ability to offer by zone.

Last update 05/14/2014

This is a PRO-Webs.net commercial module release and the application license is valid for only 1 domain. developers or multi site owners please contact us for additional licenses/permissions.

     

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