Settings – General tab

Enquiry & Quote Options

Disable Quotation System

PEP comes with the two major modules:

  • Enquiry Module
  • Quotation Module

This setting is used to enable/ disable the quotation module of PEP. If you want to use the quotation module, then keep this setting as unchecked.

Display Enquiry or Quote button only when ‘Out of Stock’

This setting will display the enquiry or quote button for those products which are currently ‘Out of Stock’. The enquiry button would not be displayed if a product is in stock.

Multiproduct Enquiry & Quote Options

Enable Multiproduct Enquiry and Quote Request

Enable this setting, if you want to activate Multi-Product Enquiry mode on your site. PEP has two modes of making an enquiry or requesting a quote:

  • Single Product Enquiry mode
  • Multi-Product Enquiry mode

Single Product Enquiry mode: When this mode is enabled, a user can make an enquiry or can request a quote only for a single product at a time. When a user clicks on the enquiry button, a popup modal gets opened containing the enquiry form.

Multi-Product Enquiry mode: When this mode is enabled, a user can make an enquiry or can request a quote for the multiple products in a single enquiry. When a user clicks on the enquiry button of a product, a product is added to the enquiry cart. The user gets an enquiry form on enquiry cart page to make an enquiry for the multiple products.

PEP 6.4.0 comes with the functionality of the mini-cart (mini-enquiry-cart). When multi-product enquiry mode is enabled, you can allow PEP mini cart on your site, so the user can have a quick look at the products added in the enquiry cart. To get more information about the mini-cart, click here.

You can also read more about the Single Product Enquiry and Multi-Product Enquiry modes here.

Enquiry and Quote Cart Page

This setting is used to set the page where enquiry cart and multi-product enquiry form will be displayed. When a page is set for enquiry and quote cart, the following shortcode is added to that page:

[ENQUIRY_CART]

Redirect Page URL

Page Url

In this setting, you need to enter the URL of the page where the user will be redirected after he/ she successfully sends an enquiry form for the product(s).

Form Options

Alternate word for Enquiry

This setting will replace the ‘Enquiry’ word on the entire site with the provided setting value.

Button Location

There are two options for it:

  • After single product summary 
  • At the end of single product page

After single product summary: If you enable this, the enquiry button would be displayed after the product summary as shown in the screenshot.

At the end of single product page: If you enable this, the equiry button would be displayed at the of the single product page. Please see attached screenshot.

When you enable this setting, the enquiry button would be displayed as a link instead of a button.

Selector for Variation Id

If you are able to make an enquiry for the variable products (along with its attribute in the enquiry cart and enquiry email) appropriately, then there is no need to provide a value in this setting.

Go through the User Guide to know more about this setting.

Updated on September 2, 2020

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