WordPress (WP) E-commerce “GetShopped”
WPecommerce or GetShopped.org have released an integration to Shipwire.
You can see details of the integration at WordPress E-commerce Shipwire.
This is a new module that was released June, 2012.
The new module supports:
Shipwire + WordPress e-Commerce works seamlessly to deliver a fully integrated order fulfillment solution. Over the past few months, both Shipwire and WordPress e-Commerce have made big changes to improve your experience and make it easier than ever before to sell online.
Here is how Shipwire and WordPress e-Commerce Work:
Setting up your Shipwire account to work with WordPress e-Commerce is really easy and you can view the WordPress e-Commerce documentation. When you are setting up your store to integrate with Shipwire, there are a few important details to keep in mind:
- Product catalogs must be identical to the SKUs you setup in Shipwire
- SKUs must be unique for each item
- the billingemail is used for the shipping email address, as WPeC doesn’t currently provide a shippingemail unique_name
Lastly, keep in mind that the API request sent to Shipwire is based on the checkout form’s unique_names – for example, we don’t currently have a unique_name for Address2, so you’ll want to make sure the address field stays a textarea, so customers can enter multiple lines for addresses.
If you are interested in checking out the Shipwire + WordPress e-Commerce module, you can download it here.