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15% on a $10 product means that the product is $8.70 and the GST amount is $1.30. Or at least that is how it works in New Zealand. I am not sure how it works in other parts of the world. If I change the price to $8.70 and the Tax is added to make the price $10 then the cart reflects what I want. However if the user goes through to paypal then if they are from New Zealand they are charged $10.00 but if they are from the rest of the world they are only charged $8.70 as that is what the product’s price is listed as…
Does that make sense?November 17, 2012 at 10:53 pm in reply to: How to solve TCPDF ERROR: Some data has already been output, can't send PDF file #50042
ok I have since heard back from tech support and they said:
It is not possible to make a loopback connection on the server, which is where a script on the site tries to access an image on the same site, via cURL. The only way to circumvent this is to use the full server path (/home/sites/yoursite.com/public_html/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/your-image.jpg) to the image, and that should allow the script to access the image OK and use it.
What do I need to modify in the plugin in order to achieve this please
Thanks for the response. I understand how to get paypal to calculate the tax based on the persons region…
What I am wanting to do is to get it so that the cart reflects what I am charging. I would like it so that for a $10 product if I enter the $10 amount in the product section and enable tax calculation that it works out that the tax is $1.30 (15%)… What it currently does is if I enable tax calculation is it adds the Tax amount to the sale price amount. So the product displays as $11.50 of which $1.50 (15%) is Tax. I hope this makes sense.
So regardless of where the person is from. I would like them to be charged $10. The People from NZ will have to pay GST as this is a legal requirement.
I also want to be able to change the cart so that instead of having the words “Tax” I would like to have it say “Tax (GST)”
Please let me know if you understand where I am coming from.November 17, 2012 at 10:06 pm in reply to: How to solve TCPDF ERROR: Some data has already been output, can't send PDF file #50041
Thanks for the Tips…
My server has curl present but I don’t think it is enabled so I have asked the tech support guys to enable it. Hopefully that will resolve the issue.
LeoNovember 16, 2012 at 9:39 pm in reply to: How to solve TCPDF ERROR: Some data has already been output, can't send PDF file #50038
I am having a similar kind of problem. When I upload an image to the receipt plugin and then try and view the receipt I get this error:
TCPDF ERROR: [Image] Unable to get image: [http://unilotto.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Unilotto-receipt-Logo.jpg]
I have tried changing themes to default wordpress theme and disabling all other plugins except e-store plugin and receipt plugin but still keep running into this problem…
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
Hey, I have just read this whole thread and am a little confused as to what to do. The code suggestion on the first page seems to be no longer relevant.
I am trying to get it to be so that when a person buys a product the tax amount is included in the shopping cart and not added after
so instead of getting this
I am trying to achieve this
GST (15%): $1.50
I have adjusted the eStore_advanced_configs.php file to this
define('WP_ESTORE_DISPLAY_TAX_INCLUSIVE_PRICE', '1');//Set it to 1 to enable this
but haven’t noticed any changes? Any help would be greatly appreciated
I have used the contact form but the email address I provided is different to my paypal address will that cause a problem?
Would it be possible to do? If so any idea of how much it would cost?