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Thread began 4/07/2014 2:37 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 4/14/2014 12:42 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 566 views | 18 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

When we get to the cart page, is it possible to display the unit price for an item PLUS it's incremental price in the price column? At the moment it's just listing the original unit price in the price column, however the total for the unit is correct (in that it is the unit price plus any incremental charges)

https://www.ledwarehouseuk.com/LED-Lights-Bulbs.php?lbid=333 > Select Dimmable from drop down > Add to Basket
It will show as £5.50 in the price column, but £6.20 in the total.

Also, next to the incremental description, is it possible to list the incremental price but only where it exists?

Thank you.
NJ

EDIT:

Am running into an additional problem in that I have two different drop down menu's for two different product variables, both of which add to the price of a product....Dimmable, which is working, and Sensor which isn't.

The sensor option is adding the incremental value to the "Total" field, so it has a similar problem as the one I've described above for Dimmable, but regardless of whether you choose Sensor or No Sensor, it only passes the value "Sensor" to the basket page.

Hope you can help
NJ

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