So I was looking at Shopify as a solution for a client's site. I am still fairly new to Shopify, mainly having used Webflow for most of my site development. However, there are a few features that my client is looking for that is seemingly not possible on their platform; mainly the ability to add a form element to a product and checkout processes. Her business is a floral/ plant studio that sells individual plants, products, subscriptions, and more specialized services. An example of what I am looking to do can be seen here. In this case, they have it set up to be a message to the recipient, with another form on the checkout page for additional comments.
Presently the plan is to use Webflow to build her a theme, convert it using Udesly and then incorporating the theme. The only issue is I have no clue how to go about adding a form to either page where the info will be captured as part of the add to cart process for a product page or on a checkout page.
Can someone please tell me what I might need to do, or tell me where I might look to find the information on how to add the element either before using the conversion or once it is in Shopify?
Less pressing than that, but also something I am looking for is how to set up an option for local deliveries and in-store pick-up options as her business only deals in local sales.
In case you're unfamiliar with these technologies you'll likely want to hire a Shopify developer to assist you.
Thanks for the response. That is unfortunate to hear as that's one of the main reasons I was considering Shopify as it seemed like it might be possible.
I'm not sure if it would help, but maybe screen cap the part of the code from the site I gave as a reference to help me point out what is being done to that site which might in turn help me with later development.
Either way thanks again for the response!