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Differ the Pricing without using the @-1.00 feature?
January 27, 2011
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Is there a way to just LIST the price options instead of having to subtract/add? For instance ... My client sells signed artwork. The first 10 are priced at $295 while #11-100 are priced at $245. It looks "sloppy" to have it say "-$50. Is there a way to just list the prices like this:

Giclee #1-10  $295
Giclee #11-100  $245
Archival  $75

 

Thanks!

January 27, 2011
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Shouldn't be too hard.  I'll give it a stab.

 

Open your "single.php" for editing.

(We'll edit the "size" field, but this will work just the same for the "color" field. And of course, you can change the text label "size" to whatever you like.)

On or around line #208 you'll find this line:

$optiontext = $optiontext . $CURRENCY_SYMBOL.number_format(abs($sizelistprice[$i]), 2, '.', ','); 

REPLACE THIS line with this:

$optiontext = " (". $mkt_currency_symbol.number_format(abs($price+$sizelistprice[$i]), 2, '.', ',');

 

Then, locate the line on or around line #213 that says:

$optiontext = "";

IMMEDIATELY AFTER this line, add this new line:

$optiontext = " (". $mkt_currency_symbol.number_format(abs($price), 2, '.', ',').")";

 

Save the file, and that should do it.

January 27, 2011
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Where would I see the place to enter the second (and third) set of numbers? I've entered the code as stated above but see no difference.

 

Thanks!

January 27, 2011
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The code above should work.  I did test it.

Can you supply a link to the site so I can take a look?

January 27, 2011
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Once I put the code in, where would I see the options for the other two purchasing choices? On the "add product" page?

http://ravenhousepublishing.co.....ristensen/

January 28, 2011
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Do you mean the other dropdown box values?

If so, that's in the "add product" page in the admin area.  Find this product, and then click "edit".

 

You'll add the other price options in the options box.

Am I missing something?

January 28, 2011
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Yes, I think so. I want to have a drop down on the product page that lists each item ... like this:

 

My product is a painting

Giclee #1-10  $295

Giclee #11-100  $245

Archival  $75

 

But I don't want it to say that the price is $295 and then have it look like:

Giclee #11-100  -$50
Archival -$225

 

I just want the listing of the real prices. Is that possible? What was the code you had me input before?

January 28, 2011
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You've done the code changes above right?

 

If so, all you have to do is enter the additional options in your "edit product details" area in your adminstration area.

 

Right now, you've got one entered for Giclee and one for Archival.  You need to enter the other price options there in the admin tool. 

The admin tool is still going to operate with the basic "Small@-1.00,Medium,Large@1.25" operation, however if you make the code changes above -- it will show up correctly on the website as you are wanting.

February 6, 2011
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It worked great - two questions:

1) How do I change the label from "size" to something else?

2) In some instances I'll need to use the size options as well as the price options. How does that work? Perhaps I need to use all that code to over ride a different, less used option?

February 7, 2011
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#1. You can change all text through the language file. "English.php" can be edited through the theme editor tool under the "Appearance" menu in the administration area.

#2. If you foresee that you'll be using the "size" option, then you may want to modify the "color" option instead. It's exactly like the "size" option, but with different variable names.

May 22, 2011
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Same situation - when I use the above fix.  I get an open parenthesis - not a currency symbol. 

 

So, in the drop down it appears 

 

Product Size A  - (10.00 

 

Instead of

 

Product Size A - $10.00 

 

Please advise.

~S

May 23, 2011
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The first entry needs to be @-0 (which is the unaltered price). I entered it like this: 

mailto:Archival@-0

February 5, 2012
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I have the same question as in post 11 - how do I change the code so that the $ sign shows up correctly in the drop-down box?

Mine now look like this our different length silver chains:

16" (32.00

18" (35.00)

20" (37.00)    etc

I would like:

16" ($32.00)

18" ($35.00)

20" ($37.00)  etc

Also, thanks for a great forum- I'm pretty new and have made several good changes setting up my 1st website with you using advices already in the forum.

February 7, 2012
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What version of Market Theme are you using?

In version 4.3, we added the currency symbol where you're wanting it.

February 7, 2012
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I'm using 4.32 version.

I changed the code per post 2 above and it looks just like this:

16" (32.00                 

18" (35.00)

20" (37.00)    etc

It's a small point but my wife is an artist an is expecting me to smooth out all th little aesthetic details and my code skills are very newbie. Thanks.

February 7, 2012
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I have altered the code in post #2 above. There was some bad info in it before.

Start over and try it again.  It should work better now.

February 7, 2012
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Works perfectly - Thank you!

February 8, 2012
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You're welcome.

October 29, 2012
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So, I followed all the above instructions for price variation and that works like a charm, but now when I select one of the variations and add it to my cart the price shows up as $0 in Paypal.  Any idea what's wrong there?

ex: http://porch-light.net/wordpre.....oney-soap/

October 29, 2012
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Your pricing seems to be messed up.  On that page you gave, when I select the "$2.50" option, it still comes up in the shopping cart with the "$7.50" price.  Looks like something was missed in your modifications.   Probably need to address that first before moving onto Paypal.

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