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Drupal Commerce is used to build eCommerce websites and applications of all sizes. At its core it is lean and mean, enforcing strict development standards and leveraging the greatest features of Drupal 7 and major modules like Views and Rules for maximum flexibility.
Whereas eCommerce solutions are often developed with an application mindset, highlighting what you can do with it out of the box, Drupal Commerce was developed with a framework mindset, focusing on what you can build with it. The core Commerce systems make no hard-coded assumptions about your business model, privileging developers and site builders at the core level to build custom eCommerce solutions to suit.
Ubercart is the most popular Drupal E-Commerce platform for your website. It implements everything you need to start selling products online. Web Developers from all skill ranges can use it to support a variety of E-Commerce industries-- including physical goods, digital downloads, or even subscription based billing services. Ubercart can do it all!
Share buttons for Drupal including AddToAny's universal sharing button, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, WhatsApp and many more.
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Commerce Shipping provides a shipping rate calculation system for Drupal Commerce, integrating shipping service selection into both the checkout form and order edit form. This module is a framework that is meant to be used in conjunction with shipping method modules like Commerce Flat Rate, Commerce UPS, and others.
Shipping service availability and rate calculation is handled in the user interface through Rules and is backed up by an API that gives you a high level of flexibility to implement simple or complex shipping scenarios.
Developers and users of this module should use the new and improved Commerce Shipping 2.x version. Sites created using Commerce Shipping 1.x can find notes on what has changed and how to update in the release notes for the Commerce Shipping 2.0 release.
This module allows you to define any number of flat rate shipping services via the user interface in conjunction with Commerce Shipping 2.x. When you define a new flat rate service, you specify the base rate for it in the add / edit form. You can further modify the base rate (enabling things like weight or quantity based shipping) using rate calculation rules.
This is functionally equivalent to using product pricing rules to add discounts or fees to base product prices before adding them to the cart.
Commerce Discount provides a new user interface for defining and managing product and order level discounts. Using just the core pricing system of Drupal Commerce requires knowledge of how to use the Rules UI, which is beyond the capabilities of most merchants. Additionally, the core system cannot support order level discounts or certain types of shipping / product discounts. This module addresses all of those things.
Additionally, all discounts are exportable entities, meaning they can be managed in code for version control and testing / deployment purposes.
Contains three submodules: commerce_backoffice_product, commerce_backoffice_order, commerce_backoffice_content.
Commerce Backoffice Product
Provides a better experience for stores using nodes as product displays for grouping product variations (commerce_product entities).
The node/add screen is now split into two tabs, "Create content" (ordinary node types), and "Create product" (product display node types).
The products view is now a view of nodes, showing product displays. Contains special exposed filters for filtering by product display type, and product display categories.
Uses the megarow pattern to provide a "Quick Edit" link in the view, that shows all product variations for that product display, right underneath the triggering row. The status and price can be modified directly.
Modifies the "Content types" screen by adding additional help text for understanding product displays, and adds a column to the table that indicates whether the node type is a product display node type*.
This is an add-on module for Drupal Commerce that provides additional options when displaying the formatted price in your store.
By default, Commerce allows you to format the price as:
You can override the theme of these formatters, but this module gives you a way to control the formatting of your price display via the UI.
Extra Price Formatters Implemented So Far
RRP / Your Price
Allows you to display the Retail Price and the User Price for a product and optionally the amount the customer will save.
Allows you to switch the display back to a single price if there is no discount available on a particular product.
Formatted Price with Prefix and Suffix
Allows you to present a price in the style just £9.99 ex VAT or only £9.99 for a limited time only
Formatted Price with no decimal places
When you are selling items with whole unit prices, you don't necessarily want to see £10.00. This formatter lets you change the display to show £10. (use this with care!)
Please let me know if there are other price formatter combinations you would like to see.
Adds a block visible on checkout pages that shows what step of the checkout process the user is currently on. The status is an unordered list with each checkout page title being an item. The active page is designated in the list with an "active" class.
Entity Registration is a simple, flexible module for allowing and tracking user registrations for events, or just about anything you want people to sign up for. Entity Registration can be integrated with Drupal Commerce to allow fee-based registrations: sell tickets to your stuff! This module is also handy if you want to collect information along with registrations: like shoe-size for a bowling event.
This modules adds coupon features to Drupal Commerce through integration with the Commerce Discount module. The recommended version is the latest 7.x-2.x release, and there is currently no supported upgrade path from the previous version.
This module provides a "Rendered term" attribute mode, that shows the rendered term instead of a radio button (degrades to a normal radio button when JS is off) on the add to cart form.
0) Enable this module.
1) Create a Color vocabulary, add a text field called "Color" that will hold hex values.
Go to the "Manage Display" screen of that vocabulary, click the tab called "Add to Cart form - Attribute", enable only the color field (with the label hidden, and using the "Color" formatter).
2) Create several terms with matching hex colors (Black: #000000, White: #ffffff, etc).
3) Add a Color taxonomy_term_reference field to a product type.
4) When you add the color field on the product type, tick the checkbox "Enable this field to function as an attribute field on Add to Cart forms." and select "rendered term" as option of the "Attribute selection widget".
The Add To Cart form will now show the colors.
Of course, imagefields can be used instead of "textfields holding hex values" rendered as images.
The same color blocks can also be shown on the product display, representing
each color present on the referenced products.
A good match for this module is Field Extractor.
Together with this module, it allows you to show the same color representation
on a product display.
Import or aggregrate Commerce entities (e.g. products) using Feeds
Using the power of Feeds, almost any type of data can be imported into commerce entities, be it data in the Comma-Separated Values (CSV) format, XML format (use Feeds XPath Parser), or any other format for which a feeds importer exists. Data can also be synchronized from a remote location, e.g. from an XML or RSS feed, handling potential issues associated with duplicate content. Large amounts of data can be comfortably imported because of the Feeds usage of Drupal's core Batch API. This module can import both commerce entities and their associated commerce display nodes in two consecutive steps.
The module contains:
Product processor for Feeds that creates product entities in Drupal.
Profile processor for Feeds that creates customer profile entities in Drupal.
Commerce coupon processor for Feeds that creates coupon entities in Drupal.
Commerce price mapper supporting the creation of price amounts and currency codes from raw input.
Commerce product reference mapper supporting the creation of relationships between product displays and product entities.
Commerce Extra module allows site builders to enable extra features or improvements which are missing from Drupal Commerce core. The module is a collection of minimal submodules which some of developer might not consider worth of a full project and therefore are added into this module.
New features are welcome! Please post your feature requests into issue queue! If you're developer and don't want to create a full project for small tweak, this is the right place.
The module is work in progress and should not be installed into any production site.
Drupal Commerce allows you to sell customizable products that require customer input when added to the cart. Use cases for this functionality include:
Business cards that require contact information and a logo upload.
Event registrations that require attendee information.
Donations the allow the customer to specify a donation amount.
The core Line Item module accommodates these scenarios by letting you add any number of fields to the Product line item type and expose them to the Add to Cart form. However, sites that sell multiple types of customizable products or a mixture of customizable and non-customizable products need to define multiple line item types to handle the different configurations of fields. That's where this Customizable Products module comes in!
It gives you the ability to define new line item types on the fly at Administration > Store > Configuration > Line item types. This is functionally equivalent to defining the new line item type in code, which is still recommended if you are able (see below).
The module will be developed further to add features that support the creation and management of your customizable products. If you have any ideas to do so, please post them as feature requests in the issue queue.