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Extending Sellerdeck Using Plugins

Extensions that Increase Sales and Improve Efficiency

We put Feefo in about 18 months ago, it now ranks as probably the best initiative we had tried. Iain Burgess, CEO of BVG Airflow, owner of Samuel Windsor & Clifford James

No two businesses are the same. Every business has its own unique needs, sometimes out of necessity and sometimes by design. Creating a single software application that meets every possible customer requirement is impossible. This is where Sellerdeck Plugins come in.

Sellerdeck Plugins are software extensions that enhance Sellerdeck's key areas, such as content management and order processing. Some even provide additional functionality, such as integrations with accounting systems.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Sellerdeck test plugins?

Sellerdeck tests its own plugins. Whilst we can inform you of what is available from partners and developers we can’t test, support them, or guarantee them in any way. We recommend that before installing any plugin, you get some feedback from existing users, either via the developer or the Sellerdeck community.

Who develops Sellerdeck Plugins?

Some Sellerdeck Plugins have been developed by Sellerdeck themselves, these include integrations with Sellerdeck Feedback (by FeeFo), Sellerdeck Payments (by CreditCall) and Sellerdeck Address Finder (by Postcode Anywhere). Others are developed by Sellerdeck partners, such as CodePath Ltd, Mole-End Software, Teclan and Active8.

What are Sellerdeck Plugins?

Sellerdeck plugins commonly include layout objects that can be imported into Sellerdeck and combine HTML, CSS and JavaScript code to provide specific functionality for your online store. Some also include external applications and service that might access your product and order information directly or via Sellerdeck functionality, such as Order Export.

Are Sellerdeck Plugins easy to install?

That very much depends on what they do. Some plugins install themselves using a standard wizard and can be run independently from Sellerdeck. Others require manual intervention and may require some support from the plugin developer.

What should I check before using a plugin?

It’s good to make sure that the plugin is compatible with the version of Sellerdeck you are using (10, 11, 2013 etc.) and the level of software (Catalog, Business, Enterprise etc.). Also, check what happens when you upgrade; will you have to pay extra when upgrading your software. Finally, many partners and developers offer free trials or money back guarantees, make use of them.

How can I register my plugin on this site?

Complete online form by clicking here. We will get back to you in due course.