Join Tom Geller for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding simple taxes, part of Create Your First Online Store with Drupal Commerce .
If you have been following the course to this point, you could actually open…your store right now.…You know how to create and display products.…We have categorized them, and you have given customers a way to pay.…But there's a lot more to running an online store than that, of course.…In this jumpstart Section, I am just touching on a few topics that give you a…foundation for all the rest of the things you will learn in this course.…This video shows you how to apply a very simple tax to your customer's orders.…But in a larger sense, it's about two features that are central to Drupal…Commerce, and that you will learn more about throughout the course;…line items, and rules. But let's take it back a little bit, and talk just about taxes.…
We go up to Store, Configuration, and Taxes.…Here we have two tabs: Tax Rates, and Tax Types.…You might notice a pattern between this screen, and some of the others you've…seen during this course.…You might remember, setting up a content type,…and a content type is a pattern for nodes.…
- Surveying the store-building process
- Installing Drupal Commerce using Commerce Kickstart
- Accepting PayPal payments
- Processing orders
- Understanding rules and line items
- Listing and importing products
- Managing inventory, orders, and customer profiles
- Streamlining the checkout process
- Launching a store
- Offering product discounts
- Analyzing site traffic with Google Analytics
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setting Up Drupal Commerce
2. Getting Ready for Sales
3. Understanding How Drupal Commerce Works
4. Listing Products
5. Managing Your Workflow
6. Organizing Your Store
7. Increasing Sales
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