When it comes to product integration and optimization, the Checkout Designer is probably one of the most used sections, since it give flexibility and control to merchant on the checkout content, the one that customers will see and that can contribute essentially to closing the purchase. Finding and exposing the content in the right manner is a continuous challenge.
Upclick provides by default various templates that you can choose and which all have customizable sections where you can control your content.
Click on 'Add Design' button to create a new design. You can give it a name that is easy to be retrieved later and a title that will appear online for the related checkout. Choose from the Templates provided and eventually mark some notes related with your new design. Once the design is created, you can continue to modify the customizable sections by clicking the 'Edit' button in the "Design Elements" area.
This section will display the related checkout template where you can benefit from the following features:
- customize editable sections of your checkout;
- customize ThankYou page banner;
- customize the Post-Sale page;
- multi-language content;
- use supported dynamic tags;
- upload images that will be hosted by Upclick and referenced in your content;
- customize the look and feel by overwriting the CSS or through inline styling;
By default any checkout design opens in English, but you can switch easily to any supported language from the top right corner language list. You will notice quickly the editable zones, having all on overlay and an "edit" button in the top right corner. Each of the editable zones is clickable, which will lead you to the designer view of the zone. In this window, you can simply customize your HTML at your discretion, by using eventually available tags. Currently the designer supports only HTML mode.
The content of the design can be updated at any later time. All the changes issues are effective immediately in your related checkouts after the final "save" button is used. As best practice, if your changes on your existing design are consistent, we encourage you to duplicate first the original design and work on the new cloned design. This way you are not affecting the checkout online, but also give yourself a way to test and track the eventual improvement of the new design by generating an alternative checkout link, which can be eventually placed in A/B Testing with the original one.