Tagged: WP Photo Seller
September 11, 2013 at 5:16 am #9664bigdwilly51Member
I purchased WP Photo Seller last week and had tried to use it on a Windows server. However, there were multiple issues with it so I ended up requesting a refund. I still think the functionality the plugin has is tremendous if it all works, so I recently setup a new blog site at BlueHost. This morning I repurchased the plugin again but it is once again having issues. The primary issue is that the Qty field is disabled when I click the “Add to Cart” button.
See this page [http://belvisto.com/photogallery/gallery3/].
Also, the pricing and sizing on the pricing setup is not working as it should. According to the documentation I should enter either a number from 1 to 100 or a number from .01 to 1 (depending on which documentation I read) to set the size ratio of the different prices. However, instead of having each price based off the full size of the photo, it is based off the prior price in the list. I’ve figured out the logic so I can work around it, but it definitely doesn’t work as documented. I just hope the actual downloads match the sizes that are specified and calculated by the system.September 11, 2013 at 5:24 am #57717PeterMember
The primary issue is that the Qty field is disabled when I click the “Add to Cart” button
I just tried adding something to the cart from your site and all works well. I also went to the shopping cart page and was successfully redirected to PayPal.
Is the problem occurring wih a specific browser?
Regarding the sizes of your digital prints, the correct values to enter are between 0 and 1. (We used to have it as a percentage – ie, between 1 and 100 but we then changed it)
instead of having each price based off the full size of the photo, it is based off the prior price in the list.
I’m not sure I fully understand what you mean but I will explain how it is supposed to work.
Let’s say I want to offer 2 digital variations of my photos – HiResolution (which is 100% size of my original file) and MedResolution (which is 75% size of my original file).
In my price list configuration I would enter the following:
1) For the HiResolution:
Photo Size/Ratio (%) = 1
Price = whatever you want to sell for, eg, $95
2) For the MedResolution:
Photo Size/Ratio (%) = 0.75
Price = whatever you want to sell for, eg, $65
So now whenever someone selects HiResolution version of any of my photos in my gallery which uses the above price list it will cost them $95 a piece.
Similarly for MedResolution version it will cost them $65 a piece.
Is this how it is working on your site? (I just tested again on my site and it is working like that for me)
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