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Changing to Kg weight and options


Rhodesia

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Where do you change the shipping weights to KG and grams?

 

Also I require a Prouct attribute option for a text box.

 

For example

Add embroidered name on the sleeve for $7.00_____________

 

Kind Regards

Bil

 

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Rhodesia

 

2nd question 1st :D

 

For something like that I would look into

 

the Option Type Feature contribution. This will allow you to do exactly what you wish.

 

1st question.

On this one you got me, I believe (not totaly sure) that as long as you keep your weights uniform throughout the site it doesn't matter what you use (pound, kg, grams, what ever) someone please hit me upside the head if I am wrong on this one.

 

RavenWulf

 

 

Where do you change the shipping weights to KG and grams?

 

Also I require a Prouct attribute option for a text box.

 

For example

Add embroidered name on the sleeve for $7.00_____________

 

Kind Regards

Bill

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1st question.

On this one you got me, I believe (not totaly sure) that as long as you keep your weights uniform throughout the site it doesn't matter what you use (pound, kg, grams, what ever)  someone please hit me upside the head if I am wrong on this one. 

 

RavenWulf

 

Yup you are correct. As long as you keep it uniform ie 1.00 is 1 Kg. and you set your shipping up the same way should be fine. Be aware that standard install will add 3kg in tare weight ot your order. to set it to 0 go to the config in admin and change it in shipping.

 

Giovanna

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If you are using Zone shipping (which utilises weight-based shipping prices) then the default is 'lb(s)'.

 

To change this open your includes/languages/english/modules/shipping/zones.php file and change:

 

define('MODULE_SHIPPING_ZONES_TEXT_UNITS', 'lb(s)');

 

to whichever unit of measurement you wish to use, whether it be 'kg(s)', 'lb(s)' or

'sack(s) of kittens'..

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