The Settings page
The settings page is small and only has a handful of options. They’re pretty easy and straight forward to set.
1. Custom backorder text (keep it short)
2. Display notice on checkout page
3. Backorder confirmation checkbox
4. PayPal in-context flow fix
The PayPal in context flow overlay does not prevent a buyer from checking out if they did not check the required checkbox for backordered items. This aims to solve that problem.
When enabled the paypal button will be set to display:none until both the paypal payment option and the checkbox have been selected. Once both are selected the button will appear allowing the customer to check out with PayPal.
This option will not be visible if you do not enablethe backorder checkbox option above.
Please test your checkout after applying this option to ensure customers are able to make a purchase. Enabling this option will also remove the quick buy buttons from the single product pages until the customer has clicked the buy anyway button
5. Enable what is a backorder popup
6. Popup backorder message
Enter any text in this field explaining what a backorder is or what your chosen replacement text means.
Example for backorder:
“An item is on backorder when it’s not physically in store and available to post yet. You may also know backorder as a preorder. Because the products are not available for delivery yet the orders will experience delays in postage until they arrive in store”
Example for custom made:
“A custom made item requires approximately 10 working days to manufacture. We will not be able to post the item until it has been manufactured. Please wait at least 14 calendar days before contacting us.”
Feel free to use the WYSIWYG editor, but don’t make it too large or some content will be cut off
7. Custom backorder email message
Go to to the inventory tab in the product data and enable backorders on the product
Once enabled, from the dropdown select allow, but notify customer.
Product backorder text
Backorder popup message
Please consult the page builder documentation on how to add a custom CSS class to a column