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Add to quote option

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27 May, 2013 11:54 AM


I've been looking into using Jigoshop for my next project, but can't seem to find a suitable extension for what I need.
I would like to setup the jigoshop as more of a product showroom/Catalogue type site, where users can browse all the products
and click "Request a Quote" or "Add to Quote list" type functionality. This would basically work like a shopping cart but rather than going through the checkout process it would list all the product there inquiring about and have a form for them to fill in contact details. This would then send off and email to the admin to process and reply with the quote. I was wanting to use Jigoshop for this as in the furture I might want to add ecommerce functionality.

The only plugins I have found that a similar are:
Which only allows a request a quote from the product page, no "Add to list"
This plugin hides the price and add to cart buttons.

Does anyone know of anything else? or is this better suited to some other CMS? shopping cart?


  1. 2 Posted by burkie on 27 May, 2013 01:54 PM

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    Hi Rob,

    I think you replied to another post where I mentioned the wishlist plugin

    You could hide the add to cart buttons with some css and not use the short codes for the cart/checkout so they wouldn't appear and make add to wishlist be add to quote list.

    You could use contact form 7 or a similar plugin for the person to leave their name/email/location etc and have them paste in their wishlist link which would look something like this or automate that within the form somehow.

  2. 3 Posted by robralston1 on 29 May, 2013 10:11 AM

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    Thanks for the idea, If only i could automate this process. I'll have to have a good think about it.


  3. 4 Posted by tom on 18 Jun, 2013 08:45 AM

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    There is a product inquiry plugin. But it does work one by one on the products without a list.

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