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discount codes case specific

Thread began 7/16/2012 9:10 am by sam308940 | Last modified 6/25/2015 8:54 pm by Ray Borduin | 486 views | 5 replies |

sam308940

discount codes case specific

how can i make it so the discount code is not case specific

right now if i have a discount code of SAVE10 and the user types in save10 or Save10 (or any other case combination) it does not apply the discount. i would like to make it so its not case sensitive.

thanks
sam

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you would need to edit the set session value code to use the strtolower() function to convert the entered coupon to lower case, then in your rule, make sure you use the lower case coupon code as well.

Send a copy of the cart page where the set session value behavior is applied, and I can tell you exactly what to change.

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rob256926

Jason, can you tell me where I can change this on my cart page?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If you post a copy of the cart page you are working on I can show you how to update the code.

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rob256926

Here you go. Thanks

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Change line 10 to:

$_SESSION["PromoCode"] = "".((isset($_POST["txtPromoCode"]))?strtolower($_POST["txtPromoCode"]):"") ."";

That will store the promo code as lower case so you just have to make all of your actual codes lower case and that will make it effectively not case sensitive.

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