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How to integrate Affiliatly into Blesta

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Hey everyone!

First let me start by saying that I am really loving my new Blesta store.

I do need some help though. I am trying to integrate Affiliatly (a really nice affiliate software) into blesta, and I contacted their support. They told me to ask in here for help. Here is what they need:

 

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Ask these questions:
- if this code can be added in the footer of your site/store

<script type="text/javascript" src="https://www.affiliatly.com/easy_affiliate.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">startTracking('AF-10XXX');</script>

- and if this code can be added on the page where the purchase is made and your client has paid for it (i.e. 'Thank You' page)
<script type="text/javascript" src="https://www.affiliatly.com/easy_affiliate.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">markPurchase('AF-10XXX', order, price, coupon_code);</script>

where 'order' and 'price' must be replaced with the order's data i.e.
- 'order' - the unique ID of the order, we are using it to prevent fake earnings for affiliates
- 'price' - the price of the order, we are using it calculate the earnings for affiliates, must be without the currency sign
- coupon_code' - the used coupon code in the order, if any
 

so I am pretty sure that the first one can be done - adding the code to the footer. I do not know how yet, but I will dig into it and figure it out. Any pointers on how to do that would be highly appreciated.
Does Blesta have a thank you page? I have yet to find that. If it does - can I put the code there?
How do I push the data over to them? What are the codes for the order, price and coupon_code in Blesta?

Thank you much for all your help!

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Take a look at using the Order plugin's Embed Code field to add HTML to the footer. You can specify your JS there (i.e. Packages > Order Forms > Settings tab) and add a conditional to display content only when on the checkout/complete page. There are fields for order number and total price that you can use too, but there is no coupon code field. You could try to parse the coupon code field from the {{invoice.line_items}} if you really needed it, via other custom JS.

e.g.

{% if order_page == 'checkout/complete' %}
<p>Total: {{order.total}}</p>
<p>Order #: {{order.order_number}}</p>
<p>Currency: {{order.currency}}</p>
{% endif %}

 

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I am wondering if someone can perhaps help me out with this?
Having the coupon codes is very important, as that would help track the affiliate sale. I do not want my hard working affiliates to miss out on making money, due to my lack of coding skills 🙂

Thanks much!

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