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Power Store 3 Shipping Costs Help

Thread began 12/11/2010 11:03 am by tyler815351411 | Last modified 12/13/2010 10:16 am by Jason Byrnes | 1031 views | 1 replies |

tyler815351411

Power Store 3 Shipping Costs Help

Hi,

I have created a store using Power Store 3 but I need to add shipping costs. I have Ecart and have added an extra shipping option but it does not appear in the list of choice in the stores admin Not sure why.

The website has been loaded onto the folowing domain name.

www.retail-sales.co.uk

can anyone help me with this.

I want to be able to charge the following shipping costs, hopefully using ecart.

0-100g 1.39
101-250g 1.72
251-500g 2.24
501-750g 2.75
751-1000g 3.35
1001-1250g 4.50
1251-1500g 5.20
1501-1750g 5.90
1751-2000g 6.60
2001-4000g 8.22

Each additional 2kg or part thereof 2.80

Kind Regards

Brian

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storecart.txt
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the stores admin section will only show the original shipping options that are supported by power store, it will not show any new shipping options that you add after the fact.


you will need to define new shipping rules for each of the weight ranges, for example, for the first one:

triggers:
Sub Total For any Column -
If the subtotal of column 'weight' is '>' a value of '0'

AND
Sub Total For any Column -
If the subtotal of column 'weight' is '<=' a value of '100'


Charge:
flat rate of 1.39


you will need to create other shipping rules for each of the other wight breaks.

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