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wrong weight being calculated

Thread began 8/14/2014 1:32 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 8/14/2014 4:30 pm by Christopher West | 1573 views | 9 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

here we go I am attaching a screenshot. now im very confused lol

For your reference the main product is the name which is directly in line with the quantity box and the product options are under that.

(I have added the snippet of code you gave me to the product options as well as the main product, but it looks like 160 means the product+product options totals). but taking that into account the total weight should now be 468g and at the bottom where my buttons are it shows 428 but my manual calculation should be 348 lol its so confusing...I was never good at math lol

I'm also attaching the add to cart page. as well as the ecart files that webassist generate in case i have missed something in there.

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