Checkout Configuration options
The currency symbol you want to show in your store.
The three letter currency code. Entering a wrong value here might cause issues with services like PayPal. While all money values allow to enter a separate currency the value configured in this field is used for now. So don't get confused.
Show T&C check box
If set to yes the order submission requires the customer to set the T&C check box.
If set to yes the included tax amount will be displayed in the order summary.
Show State field
Use this configuration option to define if we show the state drop down in an address form.
Show Country field
Use this configuration option to define if we show the country drop down in an address form.
Defines the country which is selected by default in the country drop down during the checkout. You need to use the two character country code here. Example: DE, US, GB. You can enter only one value here.
Allow Business Customers
Defines if the billing form shows the fields for company name and tax id.
Use login form
You can show a login form on the address page in the checkout to allow users to login and bind their order to their account.
Use user address data
Defines if we use the stored address data at a user object. If set to no a user always has to enter his address not matter if there is already a saved address for his account.
If you're running in a shared host environment you might get into some trouble using https callbacks. Use this configuration option to force the protocol for callback URLs. Make sure your apache rewrite rules don't screw this up. The default option is 'keep' which will use the protocol the customer used to visit your site.
The disclaimer of your store. It is displayed during the checkout and in the order confirmation mail. If this field is empty, the default text kicks in.
You merchant address data
If you want to display a message on every page which is produced by the component enter it here.
Terms and Conditions
A simple link to the terms & conditions page.
A simple link to the impress page.