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Ah I see – thank you.
Hi – I have the cart as a widget – so what I have done is put a text widget above the eStore widget.
[www.yopo.co.uk] – do you think that works?
Hi – thanks for doing that.
I have downloaded the new version.
Just wondering – I have made a few changes to the checkout images and to the language file – I’m guessing these will be overwritten?
Once updated can I re-load my old images directory and eng.php file?
Hi – thanks for the info.
I tried the method you linked to – but when I tick the box it adds the tax but also flashes a message saying “coupon not recognised’.
Also if you subsequently add another product to the cart, the tax is not updated.
The box seems to stay unticked even if you tick it.
I like Paypal – but I know some people just won’t use it. That’s the issue. But as you say, having Authorize.net may not improve the situation because perhaps they are not well known here in the UK.
With the tax thing – it’s probably best for us to stay with Paypal for now.
I’m wondering if I can add some text in the cart somewhere to remind people that you dont need a Paypal account to pay with credit card on the Paypal gateway?
Hi – yes that would be great.
Thanks for that – that’s helpful.
VAT is the problem for us – there seems to be two options I think:
1. eStore adds 20% uk VAT – but then it adds it on for customers say from the USA who don’t need to pay UK VAT tax.
2. Leaving tax alone on eStore and allowing Paypal to add it subject to region works great but then means you can’t use Authorize.net as a payment option. As much as I wish everyone was happy to use Paypal (and I think it’s excellent – and I love the speedy checkout that Paypal gives you) there are a lot of people who simply won’t use it – which means we’re losing business.
Is there anything else you can think of as a way of dealing with VAT and have Authroize.net and Paypal as payment options?
Thanks for your help.
It’s not a big problem – and I have amended the message on the left to say that a VAT invoice will be sent to them, but 0 tax implies that there is no tax to pay so it would be better if that line could be removed – is that possible.
I presume I am using the standard one – I don’t know the “on page manual checkout form” is?
ThanksOctober 22, 2012 at 12:41 pm in reply to: Country Selection In Cart – Warning Message Customization #50504
Great thanks, sorted. J
Yeap sorry I managed to close the gap at the top – but I have reverted that file and implemented your suggestion. Many thanks. J
Is this so these customizations can be easily re-applied in the case of a plugin update?
I have had a look at the css for the fancy display here:
On this section:
border:1px solid #ccc;
I have changed the padding from 5px to 22px to get the add to cart button to show. Although this now leaves quite a gap at the top of the box. Just wondering if it’s possible to do this another way – OR better still, to move the add to cart button to the right of the box where there is space.
Hi thanks, but yes have that one installed and have checked the settings on the forum here.
I’m just hoping there’s nothing wrong with having around 500 products and pages associated with them?
Hi – thanks. Couldn’t see any paragraph formatting in the html but I put the first search short code inside <p></p> which seems to have done the trick. Not sure if that’s what you meant!