I am trying to charge customers for a service through webflow. The Stripe integration is set up and I upgraded my account to ecommerse. However, when I go to the check out page it looks like the site is only set up for products not services. Is there a way to charge for services through my account?
Not yet, this feature has not been released yet.
@DFink Thanks, what is the best solution in the mean time? I tried foxy, but I am non-technical so it wasn’t a good fit. Are there options out there?
I feel like I’m starting to sound like an Ejunkie sales rep . But that’s what I’ve been using. Super easy to install and you can sell digital products, downloads, tickets… I’ve only got it set up for digital downloads so I haven’t looked at their other options. It should be pretty straightforward.
DPD (digital product delivery) and sendowl are two other options you could check out. And something called chec (https://chec.io/). The first three options are all very easy to set up.
Thanks Sarah! I appreciate the recommendations!
You’re welcome. Let us know if we can help some more
Ejunkie looks quite good, thanks for the info.
For clarity, it looks like it works a bit like Paypal where a Paypal button can be added to a page content etc. Is that correct? So I could use Ejunkie in conjunction with Webflow’s collection system; Webflow to display products and paste Ejunkie code into the collection item and the whole cart process is handled by Ejunkie. Is that also correct?
( I just found this which has answered my question https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPO8oOaaBaQso )
@grantsenior you’re welcome! yes, that’s exactly how it works!