Customers are afraid to click "Checkout" before applying their coupon, and they can't find where to input it. So they leave.
Seamlessly integrate with your theme, when CSS classes are matched. One-click premade configurations available for popular themes.
Customers don't know where to input their discount. Avoid abandoned carts by adding a coupon code field to your cart page or drawer.
Customers crave for savings. Tell theme right in the cart how much money they will save if they complete their purchase.
Available on some popular Shopify themes from Shopify's marketplace.
If no premade configurations exist for your theme, you can make it happen and build your own custom configs pretty easily (requires basic html/css skills).
A configuration is a set of instructions that our app uses to render the discount field into the cart. It relies heavily on CSS selectors and has no design of it's own. To put it in simple terms, a configuration has 3 parts:
First step would be to choose the theme you are writing the config for. Configurations are highly dependent on the theme they were made for.
CSS selector which decides where the discount field will be inserted. This might require some basic knowledge of CSS/HTML. Using the Inspect Element on the cart location should be really helpful in finding the location selector needed.
By default, the discount field comes unstyled. The reason we chose to do this is because it's impossible to create a style that works for every theme. Using the same trick as above with Inspect Element can help find the classes your theme uses for buttons and inputs, creating a seamless integration.
With Carter, our mission is to allow your clients, Shopify merchants, to add a coupon field in their cart. Then, their customers will be able to enter a coupon code before checkout.
Tabarnapp's mission is to help you get the most of each visit on your Shopify store.