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Shipping cost based on totalweight interval

Thread began 2/08/2010 7:28 am by stefano391544 | Last modified 2/08/2010 4:58 pm by Jason Byrnes | 673 views | 1 replies |

stefano391544

Shipping cost based on totalweight interval

Hi everybody

is possible to set the shipping cost based on weight interval?

For example every 30 kg add 9€ to shipping cost

Totalweight = 1kg --> shipping cost 9€
Totalweight = 20kg --> shipping cost 9€
Totalweight = 35kg --> shipping cost 18€
Totalweight = 61kg --> shipping cost 27€

I think this is the line to modify but i don't know how :(
$totalShipping += ($this->TotalColumn("TotalWeight") * 9);/

Thanks for yur help ;)

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you can do this by creating shipping rules in the eCart object, one for each weight range.

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