There are two ways to format your online store. You can either embed it to your website as an iFrame, displaying pictures of your items on your website next to the embedded ticket form, or you can host it directly from your ticket form link, with the items described under the ticket type.
Parkinson Quebec used a Zeffy ticketing form to create a sleek looking online store for selling artwork, embedding their ticketing form as an iFrame:
As you can see, they created a grid with item descriptions and pricing, then embedded an iFrame below to process payment. To do this, go to the "Share" screen of your form (the last step when making your ticketing form) and add the code below to your website.
Community Christian School used Zeffy's ticketing forms to set up their online museum shop as a stand alone Zeffy link. They added images of their items in the form description:
Setting Up Your Shop
When setting up your shop, it's similar to setting up tickets for an event. You'll be asked to write a description for your store and list your items. You can also choose to ask questions to the buyer and configure a thank you message.
There's a few things to keep in mind:
The total number of items for each rate is important, as this will reflect how many of each type of item you have to sell online. If you have unlimited stock, you can leave it empty.
Make sure you include optional extras, like shipping, as a separate ticket item (unless it isn't optional, like tax! Then be sure to include it in the price!). For taxed items, you can include your tax signature in the confirmation email.
If you have any questions, or need some help setting up your online store, feel free to reach out to [email protected] .