You can create custom widgets or solutions for checkout according to your business needs, such as a special one-page checkout. This article shows how this can be achieved using the API, so that you can integrate the code into your solution.
This technique has you create a web form, and then use the code it provides, as follows:
EXAMPLE: For more information about the contents of the file, see the Checkout.ascx in Sitefinity documentation-samples on GitHub.
EXAMPLE: For more information about the contents of the file, see the Checkout.ascx.cs in Sitefinity documentation-samples on GitHub.
NOTE: The Checkout.ascx.designer.cs code is created automatically (auto-generated code).
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