June 4, 2015 at 4:52 pm #12731
Hi eStore team, I’ve just bought your great addon “Dime Sale and Time Sale” and a huge thank you for creating this !
I’m asking if is there a way (and how) to show that the “price is about to change” and when or how often, to my visitor ?
I don’t find specific shortcode for this addon, can you details this for me please ?
LudovicJune 4, 2015 at 11:49 pm #70314
You don’t need any special shortcode for it. You configure a product as usual then specify the price increments condition in there. On your landing page you use the standard eStore plugin’s shortcode to put a buy now button for this product. Just below or above the shortcode you can specify how and when the price will increment (you already know this since you know what condition you specified in the product).June 7, 2015 at 10:43 am #70315
Thank you for your great reply, I was just hoping there was an option to not do it manually and to show it dynamically.
Thanks again.June 7, 2015 at 11:52 pm #70316
We do have the following two shortcodes that will show the currently price of the item and the number of copies left:
[wp_eStore_dime_sale_copies_left id=1]June 12, 2015 at 1:26 pm #70317
Thank you very much !July 24, 2015 at 3:25 am #70318ScottDMember
I can’t seem to get this to work. I enabled the dimesale plugin. I don’t see any other settings for it except in the individual products near the bottom.
For my test product, I have these dimesale settings…
“Increment Price After Specified Number Of Sales”, I have it checked and set the ‘Number Of Sales Per Price Increase’ to 1 and the ‘Price Increment Amount’ to $1.00.
“Increment Price After an Interval”, I have it also checked and set the ‘Price Increment’ to $1.00 and the ‘Time Interval’ to 1 hour.
The Max Price is set to $19.95 and my product sales price is set to just $0.01.
I tried different settings and the 2 shortcodes you mention, but it won’t automatically raise the price. It’s always stuck at $0.01.
Also, instead of using the $ sign, I entered just a plain number 1 in the fields and it still doesn’t count up.
What could be the problem? Wrong settings?
Thank youJuly 25, 2015 at 12:22 am #70319
Definitely don’t use the currency symbol in the price. Just use the numeric value.
Is your site getting regular traffic every hour. WordPress’s cron job relies on traffic on the site so the schedule can be executed. On a low traffic site the hourly cron just won’t be as accurate. Lets look at some debug and that will help me see what is going on here. We will send you an email for it so I can check settings and debug on your site.
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