the alchemy of one

Blog Standart

Reading the signs: determining the necessity of a mark

April 12, 2018
One particular client was selling tickets to training events. For each ticket sold we needed to get information on the person who would be using the ticket. We used a custom field called registrant to hold this information. The issue we encountered was that Commerce knew nothing of this field and so would still consider the cart to be valid even if the information wasn't given....
read more

12 Questions Answered About Tea

April 12, 2018
One particular client was selling tickets to training events. For each ticket sold we needed to get information on the person who would be using the ticket. We used a custom field called registrant to hold this information. The issue we encountered was that Commerce knew nothing of this field and so would still consider the cart to be valid even if the information wasn't given....
read more

15 Lessons About Shirt You Need To Learn

April 12, 2018
One particular client was selling tickets to training events. For each ticket sold we needed to get information on the person who would be using the ticket. We used a custom field called registrant to hold this information. The issue we encountered was that Commerce knew nothing of this field and so would still consider the cart to be valid even if the information wasn't given....
read more

Soup to nuts: branding from square one

April 12, 2018
One particular client was selling tickets to training events. For each ticket sold we needed to get information on the person who would be using the ticket. We used a custom field called registrant to hold this information. The issue we encountered was that Commerce knew nothing of this field and so would still consider the cart to be valid even if the information wasn't given....
read more
About us

As developers, we need to be strategic in how we do this, lest our changes create more headaches down the road for both us and our users.