Since the launch of our Online Store functionality this summer, it's been exciting for us to watch as the talented designers and developers who use LightCMS have begun to integrate our store functionality into their work. As we come across interesting uses of the store, we love to share them and talk about them. Of course, we never mention our designers' work publicly without their permission, and so we're grateful when we have the opportunity to brag on one of our customers for the work they have done.
Third & Grand Website Design
Sean Alsobrooks owns Third & Grand Website Design which is based in Knoxville, Tennessee. His company has created several websites on LightCMS and is a member of the LightCMS Network.
Recently, we came across Sean's site for Risen Music Publishing, a Christian Music Publishing House also based in Knoxville. The Risen Music website is utilizing LightCMS's Online Store functionality with one very unique customization that caught our eye.
Adding Multiple Variants to Cart at One Time
By default, the LightCMS store allows a user to add one variant or product to their shopping cart at a time. But Sean had a different idea for the Risen Music website.
For an example of how this looks, see this product detail page on the Risen Music website.
Great for the Customer. Great for the Client.
"It had to be simple to add/edit/delete products and the LightCMS store really helped make that possible," he says. "The client was really pleased with the outcome and has been very happy with the Store Admin area. LightCMS is a fantastic platform and it provided us a great base from which to get started on the Risen Music online store."
To the Possibilities
Certainly, this level of advanced customization isn't necessary on every website, but it's nice to see creative customizations like this one made when the project warrants it. We want to say thanks to Sean and his team for their great partnership and for allowing us to share this case study with you.
Have you created any LightCMS sites with interesting customizations you'd like to share? Let us know in the comments below.
Posted on Thu, October 6, 2011
by Tim Wall filed under