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December 7, 2019 at 1:28 am in reply to: Store_squeeze_form horizonally center align eStore_text_input #80169
I used a Div, and it worked. I placed [wp_eStore_free_download_squeeze_form id=19] in a popup.
Although I think not a good idea, because then the client clicks sign up, the page refreshes and the popup is lost, meaning no message can be shown to the client that an email is coming.
That said, scraped the popup idea.
BUT … how can I make the textboxes wider, for name and email?December 3, 2019 at 8:02 pm in reply to: eStore – how to charge a percentage (%) admin fee at checkout #80138
I submitted a ticket and have not heard from anyone. It’s been 2 days.
Thank you.November 29, 2019 at 4:01 pm in reply to: eStore – how to charge a percentage (%) admin fee at checkout #80136
Having said the above, I would happily pay you (within reason) to customize my eStore code to make what I need possible for me.November 29, 2019 at 1:20 am in reply to: eStore – how to charge a percentage (%) admin fee at checkout #80135
Thank you. Helps to understand one limitation, PayPal.
In eStore settings, I should be able to add a processing / admin fee that is either a flat fee or a percentage fee, on a per transaction basis.
The shopping cart would show the subtotal of products purchased, and on a line below that and above the tax amount it would show the transaction fee (or ‘admin’ fee – there should be a textbox to allow me to name it). The transaction/admin fee would get added to the Item Amount. And the tax applied to them both.
Not everyone sells widgets. Some businesses sell services. And we live in a very competitive marketplace where not all services are offered by licensed businesses. Some of us compete with the neighbor and with little Johnny across the street, so simply upping our base prices seen by clients to make up for the PayPal fee can make it really hard to compete.
Being able to show a processing fee separately goes a long way.
Done, and a big thank you.November 28, 2019 at 2:36 pm in reply to: eStore – how to charge a percentage (%) admin fee at checkout #80133
You have a shipping cost feature.
You have a taxes feature that works on percent basis.
To do what I need, I would suggest you could amend the “Calculate Tax” settings of eStore so that it looks like this:
Tax 1: (textbox 1 for rate), (textbox 2 for name)
Tax 2: (textbox 1 for rate), (textbox 2 for name)
Tax 3: (textbox 1 for rate), (textbox 2 for name)
Having a textbox for name, would allow clients to enter: the name of the tax, or in my case the word “admin fee”.
In Quebec, Canada, for example, there is not 1 sales tax but two, and it helps to show each separately.
So many benefits to doing what I suggest the above, and it would serve your clients so much better.
I hope you consider it and do it.November 26, 2019 at 3:54 pm in reply to: Shopping Cart shows empty when it should have items #80123
I think there was a delay propagating because of security settings at GoDaddy with the https site where I installed the wp eStore shopping cart. Works now, thank you.
Select any of the services in the top accordion, e.g. Dog Walking.
Add at least 2 items to the shopping cart, and you should see how the word ‘cart’ breaks over to the next line.