May 13, 2010 at 5:46 pm #1196valerieMember
I would really like to be able to edit several items altogether. Example : I have 100 items in my shop and I decide to change the commission for my affiliates… Right now I have the impression I must edit each product one at a time to change 30 to 40…. I find no way to edit this field for all my items at the same time….Am I wrong?
I wish I were wrong because editing many products is not that quick, really.
ValerieMay 13, 2010 at 11:53 pm #20456IvyMember
Hi Valerie, It looks like you are using the same % for all your products. You can specify a global commission rate in the settings menu of the affiliate platform this is under “Commission Settings”. You only need to specify the per product commission when you want to offer a different commission for an item. For example: Your global commission is 25% but you are running a special offer on product A and want to make the commission 35% then you can specify this in the product details of the eStore.
Please let me know if this is not what you are looking for.
IvyJune 27, 2010 at 9:54 pm #20457davedMember
I would love to be able to have a separate – second “Terms” page for non-returnable software.
After reading your awesome article on “fraud and running an e-Store”. I feel I am somewhat protected under California software laws but would still love to head off any issues before they happen..
Thanks so much
DaveJune 28, 2010 at 1:52 am #20458
Having two complete different sets of terms and conditions can be a little confusing for the customers. So I would recommend using one terms and conditions but in your “Refund Policy” section state the conditions (e.g. for so and so products we do not offer refund).
If you must use two sets of terms and conditions then I would say make a page called the “Terms and Conditions” which has a little explanation and links to your two terms and conditions then use the URL of this main page in the shopping cart’s terms and conditions field. This way the customers will go to one page that explains why you have two sets of terms and conditions and they can also see both the t & c.July 21, 2010 at 12:27 am #20459
First, let me say that this is a great plugin. I spent too many hours fiddling with one that cost me twice as much, and whose support has a lower population than an old west ghost town, and less documentation than a Mission Impossible episode.
I am using this plugin to sell both some downloadable files and printed sheet music. The print music comes with options of score, parts, or score and parts, with differing prices for each option. Rather than set up 3 different products (tiresome), I am using the variations, which work great, with one small flaw (for me, anyway).
To make my pricing structure work, I have to use a base price of zero. No problem when I am using the simplest “add to cart” shortcode, as there is no base price display. But it means that whenever I try to use any fancy displays, I get a big fat “Price: $0.00” – which could be very confusing for my customers. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE a set of the various fancy shortcodes for product displays that exclude or turn off that base price display element.July 21, 2010 at 5:09 am #20460
Okay I will add an option so you can specify in the product if you want to display the base price or not. Give me a few days and I will have it added (if I forget please bump the postJuly 21, 2010 at 8:34 pm #20461velluminousMember
“Pay what you like” option — maybe this is already possible but I can’t see how to do it.
With “pay what you like”, the customer enters the price he/she wishes to pay. If this price is zero then the digital item is delivered for free, otherwise the transaction proceeds with the chosen non-zero price.July 22, 2010 at 1:42 am #20462
The problem with this model is that when you give the customer an option to pay what they like they will chose “$0.0” and unfortunately PayPal doesn’t allow you to checkout a “$0” item. It’s better to use a “Donate” button instead of a shopping cart for this type of functionality.
Just give the product for free and let them donate to your if they want to (this is essentially what is going to happen if you chose the pay what you like feature).July 22, 2010 at 2:13 am #20463velluminousMember
Thanks for yor reply; a donate button is the way I’m planning to go about it if this wish doesn’t get granted but I do think it would be nice — and maybe less confusing for the customer — to have a consistent ordering method for both both fixed-price and “pay what you like” products, which I would like to have side-by-side on the page. Concerning the $0 Paypal checkout problem, I think it would be necessary for the control to detect that the customer has selected zero payment, and to skip the Paypal part of the transaction in that case.July 31, 2010 at 2:17 pm #20464
Hi. Were you able to do this by any chance?
Okay I will add an option so you can specify in the product if you want to display the base price or not. Give me a few days and I will have it added (if I forget please bump the postJuly 31, 2010 at 2:24 pm #20465
<deleted>August 1, 2010 at 2:45 am #20466
I have added a new shortcode in the eStore extra shortcode plugin that will allow you to do this. Here is the new shortcode:
1 is the product ID here. you can get the latest version of the eStore extra shortcode plugin here:
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