One of the best ways to increase sales is to sell to your existing customers – or those who already want to buy from you – by increasing their average spend. In this post, I’ve created a dynamic way to upsell related items by the current product category using Ext-js DataView. The data of course was loaded via JSON to increase load page performance.
Would it be easier when you but stuff at a particular website that shows you all of the related products you might want to add in your shopping cart. Take for instance buying a inkjet printer and you might want to buy of course additional cartridges that comes with it.
Last week, I’ve just added Ext-JS in my toolbox. Ext-js is probably one the best DOM scripting library I know and I’m going to use for all of my Magento projects from now on.
The data seems a little simple but in a real-world scenario, pages with this data would make it heavy online. Therefore, an alternative way to load data is to use it via AJAX with a json formatted data which will succeed this post, but first on to the basics.
You can get away just anything with jQuery nowadays. Today’s post is my mimic attempt. And almost every website has a featured content slider or tabbed section of some sort, surely this post will surely be basic asset in my arsenal. Although, this would not let me to redesign the tabbed links with extra divs with a standard jQuery Tab, I hope someone would give in a modified code.