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Sorry, I tried but it’s not working with product variations. Maybe you could suggest another way. I really need to be able to set up a per product specific minimum cart limitation.
Here is my situation in a nutshell:
1. I sell a digital content product for $1/100 words here: [http://101content.com/articles/]
I have clients who purchase 5 credits for $5 and ask me to deliver a 500 word article. However, PayPal’s fee for this quantity, usually almost 10% ($.48), eats A LOT of my margin for such small orders.
I tried educating my clients, changing the product’s purchase instructions etc, but nothing is really working. I need to be able to actually set up a cart limitation for anyone who purchases this product. They should be able to purchase 10 or more content credits, for at least $10, but no less.
2. I cannot use the store-wide Enable Checkout Amount Limitations setting, because I promote my service using another product that costs only 1 cent: [http://101content.com/1-cent-test-article/]
I’d appreciate any help I could get in solving this issue.December 28, 2014 at 11:52 pm in reply to: How to change the "Display Quantity Field" default value from "1" to nothing #42698
Okay, this is a more elegant solution and it worked just fine.
I saw the post you linked to during my research, but I fail to see how this would help my situation.
I have an issue with setting up a minimum checkout amount for one single product only, and not offering bundle rebates.
The product I’m trying to tweak does not have any (quantity) variations. I simply do not want to sell it for less then 5 units.
Price per unit is $5, so if I set up a minimum checkout price at $25 I’d be able to solve the issue with this specific product.
However, on the same site I have products who cost less than $25, and setting up the minimum checkout price at $25 will hinder the sale of those products.December 28, 2014 at 8:08 pm in reply to: How to change the "Display Quantity Field" default value from "1" to nothing #42696
Here is a link where the tweak worked:
Here is a link where the tweak did not work, although I made the exact same changes as above:
I did inspect the code, and I can tell the “1” value is still there, so my thinking is that in this version of the plugin I’m supposed to edit a different file, and not the “eStore_misc_functions.php” file as initially instructed.
Oh, and I attempted to make the change twice in order to make sure I saved the file properly etc.December 28, 2014 at 3:14 am in reply to: How to change the "Display Quantity Field" default value from "1" to nothing #42694
I tried to modify the code as instructed on a new site, and it seems that this tweak is not working anymore.
I replaced ALL the [value=”1″] in the “eStore_misc_functions.php” file with [value=””], but it is still showing the same “Quantity Field” as being “1”.
How could I specify a minimum checkout amount for just one single/specific product, and not for the entire cart?November 26, 2013 at 4:46 pm in reply to: Payment Gateway Addon – Google Checkout is being retired #55770
I received the Google Wallet For Digital Goods Payment Gateway addon per email a while back, and I installed it as per these instructions: http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/ecommerce/wp-estore-addon-google-wallet-for-digital-goods-payment-gateway-2579
Not sure why it is not working, but this is the page I put the button on in case you’d like to take a look: [http://101content.com/seo-articles-keywords-lsi-embedded-2/]
It looks very basic, and it is sending buyers to PayPal instead of Google Wallet.
I had the WP Payment Gateway Bundle disabled in advance of installing the Google Wallet For Digital Goods Payment Gateway, since it seems they were conflicting somehow.October 23, 2013 at 2:39 am in reply to: Payment Gateway Addon – Google Checkout is being retired #55769
Ahh, in that case that’d work for me.
Looking forward to testing the new add on then.
Thank you.October 22, 2013 at 11:20 pm in reply to: Payment Gateway Addon – Google Checkout is being retired #55767
Wait, maybe I’m reading this all wrong.
Let’s say someone orders 100 units of the same kind of item, let’s say item A. Would that work?
What you are saying is that Google Wallet is not working to check out 12 units of item A AND 14 units of item B AND 8 units of item C?October 22, 2013 at 1:18 am in reply to: Payment Gateway Addon – Google Checkout is being retired #55765
Do you think that you’d be able to build soon an add-on for multiple-item check out? If not, do you know of another solution to make it work?
In my store there is no such thing as a one-item purchase; people always purchase a lot more items within the same transaction.
What will happen with the WP Payment Gateway Bundle plugin that I’m using now on my site? Will it stop working?
Sorry to bother you, but about 15% of my clients are using exclusively Google Checkout.October 21, 2013 at 5:49 pm in reply to: Payment Gateway Addon – Google Checkout is being retired #55763
Any news about this Google Wallet add-on that you were planning to releasing before November? How exactly would that replace the add-on that I’m using now?August 21, 2013 at 2:36 pm in reply to: Payment Gateway Addon – Google Checkout is being retired #55760
This is the only thread I found regarding the Google Checkout retirement on November 20th, so I’d like to chime in.
Google tells me that as a seller of digital goods I will automatically transition to Google Wallet and I will not be impacted.
Are you going to update the Payment Gateway Bundle Add-on, or how is the change to Google Wallet going to happen?October 18, 2012 at 3:00 am in reply to: eStore – coupon setup Total quantity is less than [specific amount] #50251
Thank you! I did do the css changes in the custom css, but also modded a couple of other things that I have asked here before; small stuff, just have to go through my posting history to remember. Will report back when I’m done updating.October 17, 2012 at 11:45 am in reply to: eStore – coupon setup Total quantity is less than [specific amount] #50249
I’m running WP eStore v 6.2.2. I made a couple of CSS changes; it will be a pain to backtrack them and update, but I guess it was bound to happen.
The Buy Now buttons do not work well for my products, because there is no way to tell what a client would buy; that’s why I set up units of 100 words so they can purchase any quantity as long as it’s divisible by 100. I still have some asking to purchase, for example, 750 word articles…
Thanks for your help. I’ll update this thread after I’m done with updating the plugin.October 16, 2012 at 8:17 pm in reply to: eStore – coupon setup Total quantity is less than [specific amount] #50247
Thank you for your detailed suggestion.
The trouble is, the inventory control limitation does not work at all. I did actually try the same way a couple of days ago (see above my previous post).
Here is the link where I set up a product limiting the transaction to 30 units: http://101content.com/seo-articles-keywords-lsi-embedded-30-percent-discount/
Please take a look and let me know what I might have done wrong.