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Thread began 1/19/2010 6:20 am by post301500 | Last modified 2/12/2010 8:12 pm by post301500 | 947 views | 3 replies


shipping cost

Great Work JB,

I like your illustration. I've been researching all afternoon reading different thread on how to step through setting up USPS w/eCart4. I would be delighted to find some complete documentation on the process. If so I'm certain that I could work this out myself. But nevertheless I do need help for now...

The problem I'm experiencing has to do with the 'shipping calculation'. With weight of (1) item in my cart which has a total weight of 1.0 oz. returns a shipping cost of $38.

My project is 95% completed, and I would be devastated if I screwed it up at this point chasing what seem to be a minor problem, but has turned out to present a challenge for me.

Can you create a slide sequence with the step-by-step process like you did in the previous thread on how to configure shipping using USPS in eCart4 from start to finish?

I would greatly appreciate it, and I'm sure that there will be others to follow that will be grateful as well.


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