However, a new challenge has arisen. The spa now wants to introduce a specific brand of exclusive products to the website’s offerings. Here’s the catch: in order to reveal the prices of these exclusive items, customers must be logged iThis approach aims to enhance the sense of exclusivity associated with these products.
Complicating matters, there’s a tight deadline of less than two weeks for completing the website. This rules out the possibility of creating a separate membership site using Memberstack, which would have been the more traditional solution.
Given these circumstances, I’m seeking advice on how to implement a solution for conditional price visibility on these exclusive products, using the existing widget. Any suggestions or insights you can provide would be immensely helpful in achieving this functionality within the limited timeframe. Thank you for your assistance in advance!
Could you share a read-only link and maybe some screenshots to clarify the exact functionality you are looking for here?
It should be possible with some custom JS.
Hi, thanks for your reply! I have not yet even started yet on the ecommerce build as I’m still finishing up the rest of the site- I plan on using the new Shopyflow app to integrate Shopify within Webflow. To access the scheduling software, the Book Now button in navigation is connected. Below is the read-only link:
Maybe you could create a password restricted page with the prices visible and the client can give the password to the invited users?
I would need to know more about the issue to be able to help you further.
Their range of products is expansive, and they aspire to implement a meticulously detailed categorization and tagging/filtering system. I’m uncertain whether creating a password-restricted page exclusively for a single product line would be feasible in terms of maintaining a user-friendly interface.
I wish I had more information to provide meaningful insights, but I’m currently trying to grasp how it might be achievable to fulfill these demands for an exclusive product.
Best of luck! hit me up on DM if you want to discuss the problem further
Josh with Foxy here. If the scheduling software supports Single Sign On and has an API and/or webhooks, you might consider our seamless Webflow integration: https://foxy.io/webflow
We provide an embeddable customer portal as well as show/hide logic to conditionally show/hide Webflow elements, pages, pricing, etc. based on logged in customer and dozens of conditions (ie: has a specific membership).
You could use Foxy and Webflow CMS for the store portion and then conditionally show/hide pricing and purchase options based on logged in customer (which would sync with the scheduling software users).
This will obviously require more advanced setup, but it may be doable, depending on what the scheduling software allows for. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need help getting started: email@example.com