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Order Confirmation

The order confirmation appears after the order is placed. For registered customers, the page includes the order number with a link to the customer’s account, and a link to generate a receipt. Registered customers are told that they will receive order confirmation and tracking info by email. Guests are encouraged to create an account to track the order. Registered customers …

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Terms and Conditions

When Terms and Conditions are enabled, customers must select a checkbox to verify that they agree to the terms and conditions of the sale. The Terms and Conditions message and checkbox appear during Order Review between the Totals section and the Place Order button. The transaction cannot be finalized until the customer selects the checkbox to agree to the terms …

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Order Review

During Order Review, the total appears at the bottom of the order, with any adjustments for discounts, gift cards, shipping charges, store credit, and tax. The order of each item determines the sequence of the calculations, and is set by a number that is assigned to each item. for example, the Subtotal is the first item in the section, and …

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One Page Checkout

The purpose of OnePage Checkout is to gather the information that is needed, and complete the sale as quickly as possible. When Onepage Checkout is enabled, the entire checkout process takes place on a single page. Each section of the checkout information is expanded as needed. Magento’s Onepage Checkout is enabled by default. If you are implementing a custom integration …

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Checkout Method

Your store can be configured to require that customers open an account before making a purchase, or to allow unregistered guests to go through the checkout process. To allow guest checkout: 1. On the Admin menu, select System > Configuration. 2. In the panel on the left under Sales, select Checkout. 3. Click to expand the Checkout Options section. 4. …

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Checkout

When shoppers “proceed to checkout” from the shopping cart, the transaction shifts to a secure, encrypted channel. A padlock symbol appears in the address bar of the browser, and the URL changes from “http” to “https.” From this point on, the goal is to gather the information necessary to complete the transaction. The Checkout page leads the customer through each …