Intercart Extension executes code in an external iframe with sandbox mode. It is designed in a safe environment without affecting parent checkout page. APIs are available to catch events with data objects. After catching an event with data objects, customized codes can perform specific functions by consuming the data objects, e.g. perform purchase tracking.

1. APIs:

Event handler APIs subscribe to Intercart Extension events, then perform customized script for tracking or functions.

1.1: addWildcardEventHandler

Description: Subscribe all events fired
Sample code:

// subscribe all events
itc.addWildcardEventHandler(function(t, payload, additional) {
  console.log('itc.addWildcardEventHandler ');

1.2: addEventHandler

Description: Subscribe a specific event
Sample code:

// subscribe purchase event
itc.addEventHandler('Purchase', function(payload, additional) {
  obApi('track', 'Purchase', {
    currency: payload.currency,
    orderId: additional.transaction_id

2. Events:

A event is fired when a checkout process reached a specific checkpoint throughout the journey.

Bringing customized objects into Intercart Extension

Intercart will get window.opc_customized_attributes objects from product / cart page once triggered and allow access in Intercart Extension as additional.customized_attributes. Please find the below sample script in product / cart page:

  window.opc_customized_attributes = {"foo": "data1", "bar": ["123", "abc"]};

2.1: InitiateCheckout

Description: This event is fired when a customer just lands to Intercart checkout page

2.2: AddPaymentInfo

Description: This event is fired when a customer adds a payment info, e.g. input credit card, after PayPal authorization

2.3: Purchase

Description: This event is fired when a customer completes a purchase

2.4: PostPurchase

Description: This event is fired when a customer just before reaching thank you page with post-purchase upsell offers

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