Our magento extension for checkout.
- Copy extension's code over magento's root directory, it will install itself.
- Installing it doesn't make any changes in the database except the module's entry in
Installation using Modman
You can follow the instructions at
git clone https://github.com/colinmollenhour/modman.git
- Go to your magento root directory and initialize modman
- Then get AwesomeCheckout installed
modman clone email@example.com:anattadesign/AwesomeCheckout.git
- In magento admin, go to System > Configuration > Advanced > Developer > Template Settings. Change
Yes, if it's not already.
- Copy extension's code over magento's root directory, and its done.
- If you have modified any of the core files, then changes will be lost.
- If you have made changes in translation files, then make sure not to copy over core translations files or else your changes will get lost. They are only meant for providing a starting point.
How to check if I installed the extension correctly
System > Configuration > Advanced > Advanced and check if you see the module name
"Disable Modules Output".
If you can't see it verify that the extension is installed and clear cache. You might need to re-compile if compilation is enabled.
Is it safe to install this directly on the live site?
Never install directly on the live site.
Magento extensions can often create issues or conflicts, even when extensions are using all the magento recommended practices. Please test on a staging site first.
How can I configure this extension?
Available configurable options in magento admin are at
System > Configuration > Anatta Design > Awesome Checkout
How do I see AwesomeCheckout in action?
After the extension is installed, you should go to the default magento onepage checkout. AwesomeCheckout replaces it with its awesomeness.
I installed the extension but now the checkout page is broken.
This is caused due to conflicts with other 3rd party extensions. First thing will be to check against Magento rewrite conflicts. Resolve any that you find.
Next, enable Template Path Hints and see if the AwesomeCheckout templates get loaded correctly or if some other extension is overriding them.
The checkout page loads, but there are some JS errors in the console.
My payment extension is not supported by AwesomeCheckout.
AwesomeCheckout, by default, supports some major payment extensions. But if your payment method is not supported, you will have to ask a magento developer to integrate it.
I need to customize AwesomeCheckout.
Some minor customizations regarding header/footer are supported via magento admin settings. However, if you need any other customizations, you will have to ask a magento developer to do these for you.
I want to customize AwesomeCheckout for my store?
We do not take customization requests for AwesomeCheckout. However, the extension is fully open source, and you can hire any independent magento developer for them.
Can I include custom css/js on the page?
There are fields for this in the Magento Admin Settings. You can also do it from the code level if you like.
The postcode auto-completion is not accurate.
AwesomeCheckout, by default, uses google API to "guess" the city/state/country. It is accurate in most cases but not always. If you would like to implement your own logic, please look at
Can I disable postcode auto-completion for certain postcodes?
Can I completely disable postcode auto-completion?
This is available as a setting inside AwesomeCheckout configuration options in the admin panel.
Phone number masking only works for some countries.
By default, we have only implemented phone masking for some countries. If you want to add/remove support for a country, please take a look at
checkout.setPhoneMasking() function implemented in
js/anattadesign/awesomecheckout/opcheckout.js. Once you change the masking, also look into
numberOfDigitsPerCountry() function in the same file for validating the phone number length based on the country.
I have another question not covered here.
Please create a new issue on github and we will be glad to get in touch.