It is the same principle for bundles and for single tours.
Where do I find it?
Configuration > Transportation / Products > Online-Shop Configuration
What does it mean?
This is a functionality with which you can easily process Internet sales. For either yourself or your partners.
If you want to integrate a Widget into a website there are 3 different possibilities:
- You can integrate a "book" button into your website. If you click on the button you will be forwarded to the booking widget, which is an own site. This method is called direct link. For this method, you need to use the following link.
- Via Java Script. You can integrate our Java code into your website code. It is a similar method to the iFrame method except that it is easier to integrate and the website is pushed into the background and becomes black.
- The last method is the iFrame method. It is the nicest and cleanest method, Palisis recommends to use this method if possible. This is an HTML code you should integrate into your website.
Let's see now the different points that you can adjust.
What should I do?
You need to create a new online-shop widget per route, per language and per partner in case you want to provide your partners with this feature.
Let's see all the parameters to be filled:
Name: We recommend you choose a descriptive name including the route name, language and partner if applicable.
Webshop is active: you can enable or disable this setting as many times as you decide.
Route: Route name, it's essential to have at least a waypoint assigned to that route
Return route: if applicable
Language: at the moment there are 8 languages available, probably they will be more in the future.
Calendar setup: there are 3 different possibilities to show the calendar depending on your preference, you can show date and time, only date, or no one of them.
Theme: old design theme. The default one is blue.
Discounts: you can decide if you allow or do not allow the application of discounts.
Customer Data: if it's enabled the widget will ask for the customer data (Name, phone and comment) after selecting the tickets.
Newsletter: if it's enabled, the customer can tick the newsletter box to receive news from your company.
Skip intro-step: if it's disabled, you can see an introduction to the product as a first step of the process. If it's enabled, the first step will the calendar selection.
Zero allowed: this setting allows you to sell 0 EUR tickets, for instance, Infant tickets alone or it also allows your customer to check out with a deposit of 0% in order to pay the whole amount at the bus.
Event preload (month): how many months you want to show on the calendar
Manual ticket-input maximum: how many tickets as a maximum can be entered manually by the customer.
Blackout event (in minutes): how many minutes before the departure you don't want to allow the purchase.
Google Analytics Tracking ID: the widget is also integrated with Google Analytics.
Google Analytics Ecommerce: you can enable or disable this option.
New design: the new design is much more modern than the old one and it's also responsive to be handled on mobile devices.
Partner: select "Own Service" or the partner in case you want to share this widget with one of your partners.
Apart from these generic settings, you can also customize any other parameters of your widget. For that, you should click on the "two dots" button.
Legal Info/Config (HTML allowed): if you enable this setting, it will appear a tick box on the checkout page where you can write legal information for every language.
Show product-description at CC input: If you enable this option, then the product description will appear on the checkout page.
Show multi-currency drop down in checkout process: in case of your account is multicurrency.
Please, take a look at the following link if you want to see how a real widget looks like: