Route search results shows the search results from the Route search form.
Route search results can only be used in conjunction with Route search form. The route search results is the second step in the booking process, showing the search results from the search that was done in the Route search form
Here is an example of a Route search Results:
To create new widgets you have to go to the widget page. To go to the widget page select the "Menu Icon in top left corner" then you select "Widgets" from the drop down list.
Select “add” to create the widget.
This page appears and here you choose the widget that you need to create, in this case we select “Route search results” from the list.
There are few parameters that need to be set and they will be described step-by-step.
Title: it is good to create a descriptive title just so your remember if you have more than one time selector what is the difference between them. As an example: " Route Search Results - step 2 "
After adding to cart: Here you are selecting where the customer will go after he selects "book" in the booking engine. You have three options.
- Display a message: you are most likely not going to use this option. This is an option you use if you want to tell the customer something. e.g. select more products before going to check out.
- Go to checkout widget: This option is commonly used and means the customer will go directly to "checkout" the step where he adds his information, e.g. name, pickup place etc. If you select this option you select in the line below "Checkout widget" the checkout widget you are using with this time selector.
- Redirect to another page: This options is also commonly used. This option allows you to send the customer to another page (URL) after he selects book. This is used e.g. if you would like to embed the "checkout widget" to a separate page, because it is better for the design if your site. You would also use this option if you are using a shopping cart where the customer has the option of adding multiple products to shopping cart. When you select the "Redirect to another page you add to the "Redirect URL" field the URL you are going to send your customer to. This could be https://mywebsite.com/checkout. Note: that you have to embed your checkout widget to the URL you add to the redirect URL field.
Must have at least 1 participant in default price category: by checking this box you are pre selecting one participant in your default pricing category. E.g. there is always one adult selected by default.
Get affiliate tracking code from query string: by default this box is checked, there is no need to change that. This is related to creating affiliate tracking codes.
Affiliate tracking code query param name. By default it says "trackingCode" in this box. There is no need to change this.
If you are using affiliate tracking code and you want something else to link your code to the URL, than "TrackingCode" you can change this text. The affiliate URL is e.g. like this: website.com/?TrackingCode=[Affiliate code].
Resource References, Custom Head and Custom CSS/LESS: These options allow you to change the lok and feel of your booking engine with CSS or Java Script. Here you can find more information on how to change the look and feel of your booking engines
Remember to save before continuing, so you wont loose your work.