Custimizing Form?

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  • #28772

    Jason
    Participant

    Hi, I’m considering BirchPress Scheduler to use with an appointment yoga service and was wondering if its possible to set this up to have the user enter their address info for the appointment rather than selecting it from a specified location?

    The service is designed to be a (we come to you) type of thing and currently, has no location. Can this be done with this plugin?

    Also ~ can the form be broken up into 2 columns as opposed to one long one?

    Thanks
    > j

    #28773

    Jennifer
    Keymaster

    Hi Jason,

    Yes, you can hide location field, and add a custom field for customers to fill in the location.

    And you can broke the form to 2 columns.

    #28774

    Jason
    Participant

    Thanks Jen 🙂

    How would I go about doing this?

    Also… is there an option to allow them to select the amount of time they want for the service ~ i.e. yogo or massage therapy for a set number of minutes ~ say a drop down selection anywhere from 60 / 90 / 120 min choices?

    #28785

    Jennifer
    Keymaster

    You need the Business edition.

    When you define a service, you need specify the service length. In your case, you need create services like 60mins, 90 mins and 120 mins. When customers make appointment, they choose the service they want.

    #28810

    Jason
    Participant

    Is there a way we can trial run the Business+ version in order to assess it does we need?

    #28817

    Jennifer
    Keymaster

    You can try the scheduler on our demo site: https://www.birchpress.com/demo

    Or you can purchase the plugin and try it locally. We offer 1 month money back guarantee.

    #35366

    William Braun
    Participant

    @jennifer: I see you said “And you can broke the form to 2 columns” above. How would I go about doing this?

    #36180

    Maidu
    Participant

    Add this to you’r functions.php

    add_filter(‘birchschedule_booking_form_fields’, ‘birchschedule_cc_booking_form_fields’, 30);

    function birchschedule_cc_booking_form_fields($html) {
    return str_replace(‘<li class=”birs_form_field birs_client_section” >’, ‘

    <li class=”birs_form_field birs_client_section” >’, $html);
    }
    Now you have two column layout.
    CSS for this:

    #birs_appointment_form > div > ul:first-of-type {
    float: left;
    width: 30%;
    }

    #birs_appointment_form > div > ul:last-of-type {
    float: left;
    width: 30%;
    }

    It’s hard to find good customer service these days… HARD.

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