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Commerce Module Tuesday: Commerce Giftwrap

Welcome to another Commerce Module Tuesday! Today we are looking at Commerce Giftwrap, maintained by Matt Smith from CTI Digital. This module provides a very quick and easy way to offer a gift wrapping option to your Drupal Commerce checkout. This module is a great “it just works” example of a checkout configuration pane.

Watch the Commerce Giftwrap video

Josh Miller
Posted: Apr 16, 2013

Commerce Fancy Attributes

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.

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.

Commerce AutoSKU

Commerce AutoSKU is a really useful tool for those Drupal Commerce users that don't need or don't care about generating their own SKU identifiers. This module uses the Drupal core capabilities to manage tokens and generate SKU for the products based in other product properties such as title, product id or any other token available in the product context. Additionally, the contributed [Token](http://drupal.org/project/token) module helps a lot with the selection of the pattern.

Commerce Extra Panes

Commerce extra panes is a commerce contributed module that allows you to expose nodes in the checkout process of your site. Through an administrative interface, you can select the nodes you want to be in the checkout and then you'll have them available to select, drag and drop within the default checkout interface of Drupal Commerce. It also provides a submodule for Terms of Service that presents a checkbox so the user has to accept the purchase terms before proceeding with the next step of the purchase.

Commerce Card On File

The module provides an API and a user interface for storing and reusing credit card data on subsequent orders within Drupal Commerce.

The module does not retain full card numbers locally but instead stores the remote ID of the full card data from the payment gateway used to validate and process your credit card transactions.

For the Commerce Card on File module to work, you'll need an attached payment method that implements the CIM API.
In this screencast, I'm using the Commerce Authorize.net payment method to provide Card on File payment support.

Inline Entity Form

The Inline Entity Form provides a widget for reference fields that allows inline management (add / edit / delete) of referenced entities. It provides an excellent solution to the product display -> product UI problems, allowing the products (called "variations" in the UI) to be managed from the product display add / edit page.

The module also provides a more modern line item management widget, that allows store owners to edit custom fields that are attached to those line items.

Commerce Cart Expiration

Commerce Cart Expiration is a really useful utility for removing old carts that may be abandoned. It will help you to have your order list cleaned up and most important, to release resources and stock if needed. You can set up a time condition and number of order elements in the default rule provided by the module or alter it to provide your own defaults. This rule is cron based so it can be triggered at any time.

Commerce Addressbook

Commerce Addressbook is a great Drupal Commerce add-on that allows authenticated users of a site to reuse one of the addresses that have been used previously in an order. It's a module really simple to use and provides an excellent improvement from the customer perspective.
Additionally, users with enough permissions are able to manage their addresses in the user page so that they can edit and delete them but also set one by default.

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