I’ve spent the day researching, on PrestaShop and Google, how to determine what a particular carrier’s tracking URL is. This information would be used in the “URL:” input field when creating a new carrier. I’ve seen some conflicting information and really nothing definitive.
I did, however, run across this page today. A website called “Adventures of the E-Ship Guy” compiled many tracking URLs on one page. I tested the USPS and the UPS links as well as I could with sample orders, but I couldn’t tell entirely since I didn’t sent out real packages to track.
Could anyone with experience comment on if these tracking URLs are correct or not?
Also, can anyone tell me how to find the official tracking URL for the USPS, UPS, and FedEx? I tried for hours to find them to no avail. And, while the links seem to be correct, it would be nice to know first hand how to find those links.
For easy reference, here are the tracking URLs I found at http://eshipguy.com/tracking:
UPS: http://wwwapps.ups.c…ome&trackNums;=[Insert Tracking No Here]&track;.x=Track
FedEx: http://fedex.com/Tra…cknumber;_list=[Insert Tracking No. Here]&cntry_code=us
USPS: http://trkcnfrm1.smi…o?origTrackNum=[Insert Tracking No. Here]
Old Dominion Freight (ODFL): http://www.odfl.com/…ace.jsp?pronum=[Insert Pro No. Here]
Priority Solutions: https://www.paxtrack…ingQuery.asp?c=[Customer Group] &u;=[USER ID]&p;=[Password]&f=B&v=OA[PRO No.]
CAL State Express: http://www.calstatex…otrace.htm?pro=[Pro. no Here]&language;=&nav=side#
By the way, if you get a chance and this information was useful to you, you might think about sending thanks to “Adventures of the E-Ship Guy” at http://eshipguy.com/tracking.