Webflow Ecommerce desperately needs shipping rate based on distance (the fulfillment address to consumer shipping address). For instance, up to 10 miles…one rate. Up to 11-20 miles, a different rate, etc. We’d have address field we can allow a shopper to fill at either the beginning of their shopping or at checkout. This all goes into calculations. I’ve got 2–3 clients I could have potentially moved over to Webflow but instead I have to look at Shopify.
Josh from Foxy here. Sounds like you’ve already moved your clients to Shopify, but for future projects, what you’re after (and more) is possible with Foxy + Webflow. More info on our seamless Webflow integration can be found here: https://www.foxy.io/webflow
We offer an unlimited free trial and free one-on-one onboarding for Webflow users. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need help getting started: email@example.com
Can you contact me directly about this? hector [youknowthedrill] fuzen.co
Ok. Let me settle into the office. I’ll email within the next hour or so.
All things by design,
Hector Cabarcas of Fuzen
Brand Strategy + Design
Hey @foxy, will the Foxy + Webflow integration allow for live shipping rates? I have a client that would like to ship internationally and we’re looking for an option that will allow us auto-calculate shipping rates based on the customer’s location, and then charge that amount at checkout. Thanks for your time!
Thank you for getting in touch. Yes, what you have described is possible with Foxy + Webflow. We support live rates with multiple carriers and you can even add custom logic to create custom rules/rates based on any number of scenarios.
Thank you so much @foxy! This looks like something we might be able to work with! So just to double check, shipping charges will automatically update based on the customer’s location at checkout? Do you guy’s also calculate international shipping taxes? Not really worried about that one, just curious?
Yes, that is correct. Please let us know if you need help getting started.
Awesome @foxy! Sorry for all the questions, however it looks like you’re exactly what me and my client are looking for. Real quick, we have already set up Webflow e-commerce and added product, how smooth will the transition be to Foxy?
That’s great news. You’ll simply create a Products CMS Collection. Add the needed fields like price, image, etc. You can then move over elements/design from Ecommerce to CMS. Here’s a short video: https://d.pr/v/h0AV07
For the add to cart form, simply use Webflow’s form builder, adding the fields you want (ex: quantity, select fields for variants, etc.) (the submit button is the only required element). Once you have this setup, please email us your Webflow Read-only Link and we’ll send over customized instructions for connecting the form to CMS data and Foxy.