October 2, 2013 at 10:00 pm #9778
I have multiple images in my gallery, when someone clicks add to Cart they see all the photo names and prices. I want then to only see the photo they added to Cart with that photos sizes and pricing.
How do I do this while having various photos in each gallery?October 2, 2013 at 11:17 pm #58093
I understand what you are asking after having looked at your gallery and it appears that you have perhaps slightly misunderstood the relationship between price lists and galleries.
Let me explain …
The Photo Seller plugin has price lists which can be attributed to any gallery.
In the price list configuration you can enter all of the variations you wish to offer your customers (both digital and physical) for that particular gallery.
The variations you create in the price list will apply to ALL photos in the gallery you have selected the price list for.
In your case, I noticed you have created multiple identical variations in your price list for each photo:
Battleship Cove Print (4 x 6)
Kennedy Park Print (4 x 6)
Iwo Jima Monument Print (4 x 6)
The above is uneccesary. All you need to do is create a single variation for the above size and name it as follows:
Print (4 x 6)
The above will then apply to all photos of your gallery.
When a customer selects one of the images with the above variation, the plugin will automatically add the name of the image to the variation in the cart details, eg,
Iwo Jima Monument – Print (4 x 6)
The same applies for any of your other variations (both physical and digital). All you need to do is enter one generic variation for that size and this will apply to all the photos in the gallery.
So in your case the only variations you would enter in your price list are the following variations (including whatever the price for each is ):
Print (4 x 6) $25
Print (5 x 7) $35
Print (8 x 10) $45
Print (11 x 14) $55
(Delete the existing variations and replace with the above)
I hope I have explained it clearly enough and if you have any further questions let us know.October 3, 2013 at 12:58 am #58094
Ok got it.
Although, when someone goes to my Gallery page there is no description of what each photo is?
And when they click add to cart for say the first image [http://newenglandwings.com/photogallery/photo_details/?gallery_id=3&image_id=1046] there is still no description of the photo.
Is there a way that I can add a title of each photo in the gallery and then a title and description on the photo details page?
JohnOctober 3, 2013 at 1:21 am #58095
When you go to the cart page you’ll notice that the appropriate name of photo is also displayed. For example:
Kennedy Park – Print (4 x 6)
However you do a make a good point about having an option of displaying image name/title and perhaps some details in the “photo details” page.
We will try and add an option to do this in an upcoming version.October 3, 2013 at 1:54 am #58096
Great, any idea how long this would take? Would be a really useful feature.
JohnOctober 3, 2013 at 3:15 am #58097
I think as a first solution we will display the image name/title in the photo details page.
We should have something ready within a few days.October 3, 2013 at 1:07 pm #58098
Thanks Peter…looking forward to trying it out!October 10, 2013 at 12:40 am #58099
Any update on displaying the image name/title in the photo details page.
JohnOctober 10, 2013 at 2:52 am #58100adminKeymaster
Hi John, The photo title has been added to the photo details page. Please reload a fresh new copy of this plugin:October 10, 2013 at 5:44 pm #58101
I see the title, would be nice to also see the title on the Gallery page above the Add To Cart button.
[http://newenglandwings.com/photogallery/gallery3/]February 14, 2015 at 1:40 pm #58102haydenaMember
We’re wanting to generate a coupon discount which is applicable to print orders ONLY.
Is this possible with WP Photo Seller, or perhaps something which can be developed on any future updates?
Mr.A.Hayden, B.Sc.February 14, 2015 at 1:47 pm #58103haydenaMember
In addition, is it possible to amend the colours of the ‘Apply Coupon’ button?
At the moment the button and integral text don’t really stand out on the page.
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