MailMunch Integration

    MailMunch provides tools to assist in converting visitors into email subscribers and customers by offering several types of opt-in forms: Popup, Embedded, Topbar and Scrollbox. MailMunch also integrates easily with Constant Contact, MailChimp and other major email marketing platforms.

    Creating Webforms

    The Webform module allows you to collect information from site visitors. This module gives you the ability to create surveys, multi-page questionnaires, contest forms etc. Webform features a basic analysis of the results collected, which can be downloaded from the website.

    NOTE: Webform will be enabled on IC sites upon request. Please send us a request from the Store Features page (Store > Configuration > Account Information and Preferences > Store Features).

    Creating Membership Subscriptions


    Navigate to: Store > Products > Manage Classes

    1. Fill in the ‘Add a Class’ form:
      • Enter the Class ID - Example: subscription services
      • Class Name - Example: Subscription Services
      • Description is optional
    2. Select ‘Save’ at the bottom of the page.  

    You have now created the product class.

    Authoring information is always set to be displayed on new product classes.

    View Carousel using jCarousel

    A collection of book cover images or custom product images can be displayed in the form of a carousel. In Drupal, a carousel is a type of ‘view’. The jCarousel module is enabled upon request. If you wish to create a carousel on your site, please contact us with a request to enable the JCarousel module.

    Customize the Browse Book View

    The Browse Book page is a collection of popular titles based on Ingram’s ‘desirability’ ranking. The collection is displayed using Drupal ‘views’. There is also the ‘Browse Books’ block which can be used to filter books based on their BISAC codes. Though displayed together when visiting the /browse/book page, the view and the block can both be used separately. 


      Product Bundles


      Creating a product bundle as a custom product is very similar to creating a standard custom product, in fact, you will follow the same instructions which can be found under ‘Creating Custom Products’. However, we do have some tips unique to creating bundles:

      Customize the Order View

      The order view (Store > Orders) by default has the following fields:
      1. Search by order number
      2. Filter by status
      3. Apply button
      4. Display of:
        1. Action icons
        2. Order ID
        3. Customer name
        4. Order total
        5. Purchase date
        6. Status

      Using the MailChimp Pop-up

      This documentation was modified on 01/18/2018, to comply with the latest changes by MailChimp.

      MailChimp offers a pop-up sign up form feature for collecting email addresses from visitors when they land on any page on your website. The visitor has the option of either entering their email address or closing the pop-up and not seeing it again. If they enter their email address, it is automatically inserted into your Mailchimp mailing list.

      Integrate MailChimp

      This documentation was modified on 01/18/2018, to comply with the latest changes by MailChimp.

      This provides an integration with MailChimp (an email delivery service) and makes it possible to create and send MailChimp emails directly from your website.

      Utilizing the Stock module

      The ‘Stock’ module provides a basic stock tracking system for custom products. Store admins can set the stock level and a threshold for each product SKU. When the stock has decremented to the threshold value an email can be sent to the store admin. When the stock is depleted, the ‘Add to Cart’ button will be replaced with an ‘Out of Stock’ button. The stock count will be decremented as customers make purchases.

      Using Conditional Attributes

      Here is one example of how this feature might work on your website. A customer buys a custom product and would like to give it as a gift and include a gift message. On the custom product page, the customer is asked: "Is this a gift". If they select "Yes", a message dialog box would open for the customer to enter their gift message. If they don't select "Yes", the message dialog box would remain closed.

      Custom Checkout Messages

      If you wish to display a special message to your customers at the end of checkout, a special message pertaining to their order, you may do so using ‘Rules’.

      Example scenarios where a custom checkout message could be used:



      Visit the Google+ Developers Instructions for Badges

      Select the instructions for the type of social plugin you want to add, the most common are:

      +1 Button
      Embedded Posts



      Visit the Pinterest Developers Documents for Widgets

      Select the instructions for the type of social plugin you want to add. The most common are:

      Log In To Your Site

      If the User login block is disabled on your site and you have not added a ‘Log in’ link to your menu, it is useful to know the path to get that page:

      To log in

      • Enter Username
      • Enter Password
      • Click Log In

      Your successful login should take you to your account page. You can click on your site name or home menu to go to your home page.


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