Hey guys -
I'm trying to create a different process for a more unique type of ordering on a particular part of my client's website. In short, he does have regular products so what FoxyCart does there is perfect and already setup/working.
He does have another section where a user can submit an idea for design, pay a fee, then he'll have his designer spend time on their idea and try to get the idea to market.
Basically for this to work we need to have a form gather info (like a survey), then process. I'm possibly okay with modifying the checkout template for this separate one-off use, but I don't see a way to specify a checkout template PER category.
So we have two options:
[li]Create a separate form on our website, gather the info like normal, then pass the user (after submission) automatically to a FoxyCart checkout routine[/li]
[li]Or, just have the user go to a FoxyCart checkout page that asks certain questions for that one category (since no shipping is charged for this submission) and let the info (survey) as well as payment info be filled out at the same time, on FoxyCart checkout page[/li]
...have at it. Interested to know what you all think. This is definitely a bit more unique than what I typically put FoxyCart through