On one of our client sites, Beacon Athletics, we are using FoxyCart to handle the registrations for seminars, which require payment at the time of registration. Works great. Example seminar registration page here:
Much of FoxyCart is customized around the "seminars" aspect of this. The base store URL points to our generic seminars page. The cart is customized with a special seminars logo. The emails even say "Beacon Athletics Seminar Registration". But now Beacon wants to incorporate eCommerce into an entirely different aspect of the business. A downloadable software product.
So email template will need to be different, cart will need to be different, URL will be different, etc. But it's the same client, same website... Are we going to need to create an entirely new "store", with an additional paid account, to do this?
So far, I have it setup in our already-exisiting store. Here is the test page on the site you can buy it.
Obviously when you add it to the cart you see the seminar registration logo (we could possibly just go generic there...), but the email is important that it stays the way it is.
The other problem is that it just doesn't seem to be offering up those download links at all:
I have the product set up as a downloadable and added the product code and category to the action URL in the form, but still no links. Am I missing something in my templates? Neither the receipt page or the email included them.
Here is the "Add to Cart" code I used:
<form class="foxycart" id="sem-reg" action="https://beaconathletics.foxycart.com/cart?code=beacon_timer&category=software_download" method="post" accept-charset="utf-8">
<input type="hidden" name="name" value="Beacon Timer Software" />
<input type="hidden" name="price" value="0.01" />
<input type="hidden" name="quantity_max" value="1" />
<input type="submit" name="Buy Software" value="Add to Cart" />