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I tired lowering the Available Copies number to 4 (no fix). I then ran the debug with Available copies at 10 and now have a Sales Count at 11. No FAILURE (See links)
Any other ideas?
EDIT: FYI, I went ahead and manually put the available copies to 0 and now the sold out button shows up. So I take it that the quantity Available refers to the running total (original quantity minus quantity sold) and NOT simply the original quantity. So whenever I change that quantity, it thinks that number is the running quantity remaining NOT the original quantity that I specified at the outset.
I’m still not sure if the countdown is working. I’ll have to try a new product to find out.
Both “available copies” and “sales count” fields say 10.
Sorry I missed that. It looks like what I was seeking…
And by the way, your customer service is by far the best I’ve ever encountered. Thanks!
Hi, Is there any way to use the “Variation” control with a “Buy Now” button to allow the user to select from a drop down list their preferred currency??
I see your solution above to use multiple “Buy Now” buttons for each currency. Are you suggesting that those buttons be generated by PayPal? I only ask because I can see no way from within eStore to specify a currency for a specific product ID. I do see it in the “settings” for the default currency, but that will change all my product currencies and I don’t want that.
If PayPal generates the currency-specific button will the other data I collect with eStore also be collected? Sales count and quantity available for example??
Catagories huh…? I’ll have to look into that.
Thanks…November 11, 2010 at 12:08 pm in reply to: Collecting Customer Input/Details with WP eStore Plugin #24967
Thank you very much for the eStore Plugin. I purchased about month ago and it works GREAT! I also appreciate the support I get from this forum.
On this topic of collecting user info, I am wondering if it is possible to have a dropdown list instead of a text field for the user input. I am collecting a set deposit amount for one of several differently priced products. A dropdown list would really streamline the process because it also informs the buyer of what the total price will be.
When I put this code into into the eStore “Field Label” for “Collect Customer Input” :
<form> <select style="font-size: 12px; color: #006699; font-family: verdana; background-color: #ffffff;" name="menu"> <option>Prices by board...</option> <option value="http://">Minnow 5'4 $700</option> <option value="http://">Vola 5'11 $700</option> <option value="http://">Woodchip $700</option> <option value="http://">Striper 6'4 $750</option> <option value="http://">ShingleFin 6'9 $750</option> <option value="http://">MiniMalibu 8'0 $800</option> <option value="http://">Wing 9'0 $850</option> <option value="http://">Waterlog 10' $900</option> <option value="http://">W'SUP 12' $1000</option> </select></form>
This is what I get [http://treetosea.org/sample.png]
You can see the above code just puts an empty menu next to the text box.
How can I do this?
PS – I’m really a codeaphobe so any help would need to be pretty much a step-by-step
Hi Amin, Thanks for the response.
The eStore Plugin and installation was fine (the demo1 one and 2 were a different issue). What I am really interested in is having an NextGen image gallery INSIDE the box created by the eStore shortcode. If you look here: http://treetosea.org/xindex.php?page_id=4 you will see what I mean. The thumbnails of the product are outside the box. I tried using the “additional product images” field from within eStore but it was a bit to cumbersome.
Is there a Shorcode, or can I somehow insert the NextGen thumbnails INSIDE the box?
I’d also like to change the thumbnail dimensions for the same wp_eStore_buy_now_fancy shortcode. Where will I be able to find that fancy display css file? Which directory?