April 5, 2014 at 5:14 pm #14966
do you think there is a possibility to link the Pricing Tables of this theme with the Plesk shop? The shop UI is very ugly, so it would be great if the Pricing tables would be visible in our main site and a click on “buy” or something similiar would bring the customer directly to the Plesk register and buy process of this item.
Here is a link to a sample shop of Plesk (SSL etc is not yet ready, don’t worry).
I’d be happy if you could take a look into this.
ThanksApril 5, 2014 at 7:36 pm #19604
I’m not familiar with that shopping plugin or script, but for the pricing tables for Celestial Reloaded, you just need to change the button link to be the link you need based on the link used by your Plesk Shop.April 5, 2014 at 7:40 pm #19605
It is not really a plugin or script. It is a server management software that we want to use to make it easy to manage customers and there webspace etc. Maybe see http://www.parallels.com/products/plesk/
The problem is, that it is not really a link. It is more a link with variables:
How can I add these variables in a “normal” link?
ThanksApril 5, 2014 at 8:02 pm #19606
hmmm… Well Plesk is a host control panel, but basically if you want to use the theme’s own pricing tables with the button, you will need to find out how to link the buttons then. I recommend you contact their support and let them know what you want to do and see if they have a solution for you. Tell them that you simply want to add a “buy” link to a custom button. If they have documentation, also check that and see if there’s any solutions as well.
The code you shown above, does that not work?April 5, 2014 at 8:44 pm #19607
No I have no direct contact possibility to Plesk, because the license is from my hoster and they don’t have the technical knowledge about the plesk shop system… :/
I would need to get this form submit action of the shop into a link:
Do you understand what I mean?April 5, 2014 at 9:05 pm #19608
I still cannot do too much here because this relates to a third party scripting and I am not familiar with this product or how it works. As for support, wherever or whover you are getting this shop from should be providing support, whether it’s from Plesk or your webhost. So wherever you set this up from, that is where you get support. If you don’t have support from anyone for this shop system, then you need to find something different that does offer support because running an ecommerce site should have it. If this shop is a service from your web host, you need to contact their support. You might also want to do Google search for what you need to do, or find out if Plesk has a support forum for this shop system.
By the way, if the submit or sign up button is part of the form for this functionality, your button needs to be within theApril 5, 2014 at 9:14 pm #19609
Ok thanks for trying to help.
I have found a solution. Plesk provides a direct URL in the subconfig of the specific shop item.
If anyone else tries this later: Go to Business-Setup => Packages => Links. Here is a direct link provided. 🙂April 5, 2014 at 9:23 pm #14967
Sorry wasn’t able to help out much on this, but I am happy to see you found the solution.
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