- VicMatsonAsked on January 26, 2011 at 05:50 AM
I'm a courier and I've made a form that collects two addresses. I need the 2 addresses to qute a price, being a courier you understand. So far I have had to get the points, calculate the distance using Google maps and emailing them a Google Checkout invoice
Can I make a payment form for the user to add my price and use Google Checkout as a payment method automatically. My situation is unique because prices are based on distance not product cost.
- JotForm FounderaytekinAnswered on January 26, 2011 at 06:03 AM
Here is how you can get full form source code. Open your form on the Form Builder:
1. Open "Setup & Share" tab on toolbar,
2. Click on "Embed Code"
3. Click on "Source" button and copy it to your web site.
- VicMatsonAnswered on January 26, 2011 at 06:23 AM
Thanks for the speedy responce, not being a coder, I'll have to find someone to supply a script for the distance. I've been looking myself but haven't found one.
Anyhow, If the user fills out the form and I get it by email can you see any advantaes or disadvantages of creating a new form (called "Payment") with an input for the price and a Checkout link. Or better yet have the distance script come up with a price and after submission the return page would be the Payment form would have the price in it
Btw, I'm speaking for many couriers, we use these sites in combination with buisness cards and postcards. The site shows my position in real time. I just log out of Google Lattitude when I'm off.
- JotForm FounderaytekinAnswered on January 26, 2011 at 08:36 AM
Either way is possible. I think the best solution is to calculate it right on the page and show the user how much they will pay and when they submit the form, immediately redirect them to PayPal for payment.
- VicMatsonAnswered on January 27, 2011 at 03:28 PM
Very nice. a JS calculater! I'm going to try to get the price and have it on the summary page with a Google Checkout and a COD button with some text to explain and encourage them to call.