Monday, September 11th, 2006

BentGear: Ajax based one-page checkout

Category: Showcase

Varien has written about, and published a screencast on their ajax based one-page checkout.

We’ve touted the benefits of a one-page checkout before, but for all you visual learners we have recorded a screencast of the one page checkout process. This New York Times article from last year (Registration required) found that for TJMaxx.com and HomeGoods.com, “Fifty percent more customers completed the one-page checkout process than finished the multipage process.”

Bentgear Shopping

Posted by Dion Almaer at 10:06 am
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There is little innovation here. No cart editing, validation is REALLY poor, users must scroll to see an effect on cart totals, and popups and loading windows…come on. Good try, bad implementation.

Comment by Jason Billingsley — September 11, 2006

I agree with Jason. I don’t see much here except the loading screen, but to show a loading div is hardly AJAX and definitely not revolutionary.

However the info on completed orders is interesting.

Comment by Michael Benner — September 12, 2006

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