Commerce Module Tuesday: Commerce Add to Cart Extras

Commerce Add to Cart Extras

Commerce Add to Cart Extras is a great little module that provides the ability to turn a product listing view into an add to cart form. It does this by providing a new field that you add to a view which provides a quantity text box and makes the entire view an add to cart form. This differs from the existing “Add to Cart” field provided by commerce, which allows you to add a single item to the cart from a list.

This allows you to do some useful things such as creating a bulk order form which lists some or all of the products on your site, allowing customers to enter a quantity directly for the products they want. Or, you can utilize standard Views functionality to create another add to cart form for wholesalers on products with several attributes allowing them to add quantities of each individual product quickly and easily. Let’s take a brief look at how we can do this.  Just download and enable the module, and you’re ready to get started.

Video and run-down after the break.

Nicholas Vahalik
Posted: Apr 23, 2014

Quick and Dirty Price & Stock Updater with Editable Views

Have you ever wanted to be able to have a single page where you could update pricing and/or stock for your entire store? Look no further! Today you'll learn how to create a price and/or stock updater in 5 minutes with Views and the Editable Views module. It isn't perfect, but it can save you a bunch of time!

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Nicholas Vahalik
Posted: Mar 31, 2014

Building a Drupal Commerce store with almost no coding

Hi everyone, here is a case study about the recent personal business that I started, and how I’ve been able to build a complete working eCommerce store with Drupal Commerce, without being a developer and with almost no coding.

You can check the site at:

Last summer, when I came back from my traditional wedding in China with my awesome wife, I realized that there was no way for us to buy clothes for couples in France, whereas it is so common in China.
That’s the reason why we decided (my wife and I) to bring that concept into Europe, starting in France. But we had to tweak the concept a bit to fit a European market, since European couples don’t act the same and tend to be more individualistic than Asian couples. So we had to create designs that our customers could wear separately, as well as a couple. We started with t-shirts since they’re fairly easy to produce and sell.

Augustin Delaporte
Posted: Feb 19, 2014

Using permissions to allow users to create products

How to setup a user who can create products.

Today we have another quick screencast answering a question in the Q&A section of This user, golubovicm, has asked "Edit own products permission" is not working! First off, that's not the best way to phrase a question, but it does happen that a number of people are wondering how to set up a user to create, edit, and delete their own products. So, we've created a quick screencast to walk you through how to set this up.

View the screencast.

Josh Miller
Posted: Jan 3, 2014

How to create a Drupal 8 Toolbar Icon

Drupal Commerce Cart icon translation

Have you installed Drupal 8 yet? That toolbar is an incredible piece of art. It's functional, beautiful, and really slick. The icons are resolution independent, so that means your average mobile phone and some of the higher end laptops can show off a lot more icon detail. It's so pretty, it's just begging to be extended and filled with all the awesome-sauce that is Drupal Commerce.

Below is a journey through making a toolbar icon happen on Drupal 8-alpha6. Note that things can definitely change between now and a stable Drupal 8.

D8 Toolbar Status

So, unless you were in the issue queues helping make decisions and solve problems, you've likely not taken much time to follow the evolution of the toolbar. In Drupal 7, this is the toolbar you get:

Drupal 7 Toolbar

And in Drupal 8, you get so much more:

Drupal 8 Toolbar

  • Toolbar Bar - This is the black bar across the top. Yes it's called the "Toolbar Bar" (note the double "bar"). In a particularly brilliant stroke, we have four very simple actions. The clutter is gone. And the best part? The links collapse into icons on smaller screens.
  • Toolbar Tray - This is the white bar just below the black bar that can go "horizontal" using a toggle switch. Unlike Drupal 7, the top bar items tie directly to the second bar. I, for one, am very impressed with how comfortable this tray feels. Finally, Drupal has a world-class toolbar.
  • Toolbar Tray expansion - When in a horizontal
  • Icons - Notice all those icons? They're a new feature and that's the focus of the rest of this article. Lots to talk about.

Read the entire tutorial

Josh Miller
Posted: Dec 11, 2013

Selling Organic Groups using Drupal Commerce

I don't know about you guys, but I like to hang out in the Question & Answer section of Lots of great people in there sharing knowledge and upvoting the hardest questions. Today, I wanted to highlight a particularly great question.

Mike wants to know "How to subscribe customer to an Organic Group?" The answer is simple, you can do this using rules and about 10 minutes of clicking around. So I created a quick walkthrough and have given the step-by-steps below the video.

Watch the video and view the step-by-step.

by Josh Miller
Posted November 15, 2013

Josh Miller
Posted: Nov 15, 2013

BADCamp Drupal eCommerce Summit

BADCamp Drupal eCommerce Summit

This year's BADCamp will feature an eCommerce Summit on Thursday, October 24th from 9 AM to 5 PM in the Berkeley City Club. We're inviting everyone interested in growing their Drupal eCommerce practice to come talk "shop" as we listen to presentations and hold discussions about Drupal Commerce, eCommerce best practices, and strategies for the future of commerce on Drupal.

We really are looking forward to holding a participatory event where people may stand up and present information (good) but also where participants are engaged to ask questions on topics they don't understand, answer those questions they can, and collectively learn new ways to implement Commerce and grow an eCommerce practice (better).

Read on for info about the scheduled topics and speakers.

Ryan Szrama
Posted: Oct 10, 2013

Commerce Module Tuesday: Commerce Google Analytics

Commerce Google Analytics

Welcome to another Commerce Module Tuesday! Today we are looking at Commerce Google Analytics, maintained by Lucio Waßill. We will go through setting up Google Analytics for your Drupal Commerce store.

If you are not already using an analytics package to track how your site is being used and gather information, you really should be doing so. Setting up Google Analytics is pretty quick and easy and is free. GA also has Ecommerce capabilities as well.

The Commerce Google Analtyics module for Drupal Commerce allows you to put order information such as product name, SKU, shipping amounts, tax, etc. into Google Analytics. You can use this information alongside other data to answer questions you have about your visitors and analytics data like “What sources convert,” “What is my average order value?,” and “How long does it take to convert a customer?”. You can also use it to help refine your funnels.

(Video & run-down after the break.)

Nicholas Vahalik
Posted: Oct 8, 2013

Commerce Module Tuesday: Commerce Dunning - Part 2

Commerce Dunning, Part 2

Welcome to another Commerce Module Tuesday! Today we are looking at Commerce Dunning, Part 2. Last week we looked at what a "dunning process" looks like. Today, we're going to look at the Commerce Dunning module and the testing environment that comes with it. This is actually one of the hardest parts of a recurring setup to test, the failures. The module that we are creating here at Commerce Guys makes it very easy to test payment failures and work through all of the emails and touch points that you can set up as part of your dunning management.

Posted: Aug 13, 2013

Commerce Module Tuesday: Commerce Dunning - Part 1

Commerce Dunning

Welcome to another Commerce Module Tuesday! Today we are looking at Commerce Dunning, something we at Commerce Guys have been working on for awhile. This is part one (on what a Dunning process looks like) in a two part series that we will finish next week with how to test the functionality that we discuss today

What is "Dunning" you ask? Sounds like a "dunce cap" that you might have heard of as a child? You're close! Dunning management (Delinquent User Notification) is the automated process that's kicked off when a charge attempt of a recurring order fails. This process involves periodic customer communication and payment retries.

In today’s video, we are simply going over the Dunning Process. This is an important step towards making Drupal Commerce handle recurring payments, and we’ve tried to make it as straightforward as possible.

(Video after the break.)

Posted: Aug 6, 2013


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