Introducing Turbo Tickets - Expert Help for Commerce

Our mission at Commerce Guys is that you succeed in eCommerce using Drupal. Over the past year and a half since we released Drupal Commerce 1.0, we've seen many successful Commerce sites launched, and it has become the most popular platform for doing eCommerce with Drupal. With over 400 new Commerce sites coming online every week, we know that there are a lot of people trying Commerce for the first time. The natural places for newcomers to start looking for help are the issue queues, and - the community site for Drupal Commerce. We've also seen a lot of people seeking help with Commerce on Facebook, Reddit, LinkedIn, Quora, Stack Overflow, and many other sites. Unfortunately, many of the questions asked on those sites go unanswered, which led us to believe that there should be one place to get guaranteed help.

Now there is a place to go to get developer help from experts whenever you run into a Drupal Commerce question that has you stuck. Turbo Tickets gives you a guaranteed response and a meaningful answer from the people who created Drupal Commerce. It costs around $100 per ticket (varies by currency and location), and if we don't think we can give you a good answer to your question we'll give you your money back.

This is a perfect solution to get you past the handful of bumps in the road that you might run into while developing your Commerce Site. For more comprehensive enterprise support that covers all of your Drupal and Drupal Commerce needs, both for development and production sites, see our joint offering with Acquia.

Have a Drupal Commerce question? Try Turbo Tickets now!

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Robert Douglass's picture
Director of Products
Posted February 5, 2013


Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

Someone messed up big time. I have full access to your ckeditor in comments as an anonymous user. 

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

I see that filtered html was still the input format, but I had access to the full html toolbar in ckeditor. Probably not a security risk but most likely an oversight.

You're right, the WYSIWYG was showing buttons that weren't useful to anonymous users writing comments. Thanks for pointing it out.

Submitted by Nigel (not verified) on

It would be great to see solutions created from Turbo tickets released to public after completion. This would help keep the documentation beefed up on Drupal commerce. My fear is that a lot of great solutions to common issues in commerce will now be one-off and behind-the-scenes, not really allowing the rest of the community to benefit from it. Thoughts?

It's our company DNA to put as much code and documentation into the public as possible. That's part of the whole mission. Whenever useful stuff gets created via the Turbo Tickets, we'll try to find ways for it to have a better home somewhere else, like on

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