What happens when a customer is looking for a journey to or from a place that isn’t listed in the AREAS tab? New features in Cab Grid Pro open scope for new techniques to handle these journeys by providing a streamlined process to request a custom quotation…
When Cab Grid’s own logic does not meet requirements a special (hidden) feature allows the order of places in origin or destination drop-down lists, and the priority of vehicles to be defined.
How to provide a means for visitors to get prices for taxi journeys between locations you do not list using Cab Grid. This article describes using an ‘-other’ location and a link to a custom taxi price quote request form with Cab Grid.
CabGrid Pro’s shortcode supports attributes that can adjust the appearance and functionality of each instance of CabGrid on your website. This article discusses what shortcode attribute are available and how to implement them (Layout/ID/Icons/Luggage/Pre-defined).
Segment destinations by assigning them to groups, then display a version of Cab Grid for each group. This feature allows many instances of the Cab Grid plugin to be displayed on a single web page, each with a different purpose. For example, one for airport transfers, one for school runs, and one for suburban routes. This article describes how to use the Groups feature of the Cab Grid Pro plugin for WordPress.
How to configure the ORIGIN and DESTINATION options for areas in the Cab Grid Pro taxi price calculator plugin for WordPress.