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Thread began 7/17/2012 9:29 am by BjB | Last modified 7/20/2012 1:45 pm by BjB | 2677 views | 17 replies


First of all, I didn't see anything in the setup that ask any questions about weight. So how does it use the weight to calculate shipping? It isn't using the information from my product table because it doesn't connect to the table to get the weight of the individual product.

I have different items in the cart that vary in size and weight, but with the eCart wizard every item is charged exactly the same price for shipping, $11.35. So weight is not being factored in.

I need it to calculate by weight and the zip code it is shipping to and from. Is this cart capable of calculating shipping or does it just insert a generic charge for every item in the cart?

This eCart assumes that everything in the cart is the exact same size and weight. Everything is not the same size and weight in my cart.

Some of my products ship priority mail in flat rate boxes. Some are too big for flat rate but could ship Priority or parcel post depending on customer location & needs. None of this is being taken into account.

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