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I don’t remember what got fixed, but this is now working.
Are these directions still available — and relevant? Post is 2 years old. Please send them to me if this will help.
My US customers are getting a flat rate, but nothing gets added to Canadian orders and I am getting more orders from that country recently.
I currently charge enough to cover any overages, but would like to offer my customers a more economical option.
I set my store up in 2009 and it has worked fine until now. Not super busy but sales over $10,000. Thank you for a product that anyone can use.March 20, 2012 at 6:09 pm in reply to: Best way to handle images based on new WordPress image sizes #43132
The problem is not with the [gallery] shortcode but what to use with wp eStore. I plan to upload images attached to the post for that category to create the automatic gallery. If I upload an image and then key in the path to the 150×150 image(my thumbnail size), the path is something like http://mywebsite.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/image-150×150.jpg.
If I use the original file it is more to load from my server, right?
Just confused with best practice method with wp-estore now that I’ve discovered that changing the thumbnail in WP is so easy and trying to avoid duplicate work.
If an item is sold out, I’d like to hide it from view. There is some testing for that going on now. When the item is sold out, a SOLD OUT notice is shown. What is it testing? That test could be added to the beginning of the loop and the product not shown on the page at all.
Even the ability to make an product inactive would work. It would be a more manual task but if there is a chance of getting more in stock later, the item could be reactivated without having to renter all the data.
As in the past, that was amazingly fast. Thanks so much.