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One product, two prices?


damascusrose13

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Hi!

 

As a WAHM I am trying to figure out the OSC thing on my own... so please bear with me...

i am selling childrens clothing, and so far uploading products to the catalogue is not problem. I was just wondering if I can give two prices to one item?

 

eg. baby t-shirt: sizes 0-6 cost 10 USD

and sizes 6-12 cost 12 USD

 

Is this feasable?

:blush:

 

tia

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Hi!

 

As a WAHM I am trying to figure out the OSC thing on my own... so please bear with me...

i am selling childrens clothing, and so far uploading products to the catalogue is not problem. I was just wondering if I can give two prices to one item?

 

eg. baby t-shirt: sizes 0-6 cost 10 USD

and sizes 6-12 cost 12 USD

 

Is this feasable?

:blush:

 

tia

 

You ideally set this via attributes

 

so .. someone looks at baby t-shirt: sizes 0-6 cost 10 USD

 

Then when they choose attributes it may say

 

6 - 18 months + 2 USD

 

I have sent you an example web address for one of my customers shops via PM.

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You ideally set this via attributes

 

so .. someone looks at baby t-shirt: sizes 0-6 cost 10 USD

 

Then when they choose attributes it may say

 

6 - 18 months + 2 USD

 

I have sent you an example web address for one of my customers shops via PM.

 

Thank you for the link...

I would prefer a way to automatically change the whole price, if you get what I mean.

 

moreover, when (in admin mode) I click on a product, then on attributes I get:

 

1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'MAX_ROW_LISTS_OPTIONS' at line 1

 

select * from products_options where language_id = '4' order by products_options_id LIMIT 0, MAX_ROW_LISTS_OPTIONS

 

[TEP STOP]

 

wtf? :'(

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Thank you for the link...

I would prefer a way to automatically change the whole price, if you get what I mean.

 

moreover, when (in admin mode) I click on a product, then on attributes I get:

 

1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'MAX_ROW_LISTS_OPTIONS' at line 1

 

select * from products_options where language_id = '4' order by products_options_id LIMIT 0, MAX_ROW_LISTS_OPTIONS

 

[TEP STOP]

 

wtf? :'(

 

Well coding errors aside (check your code) .. if you don't want to use attributes you have to create a seperate product for each size.

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Ok, that's what I was afraid of...

I guess I'll go for your method...Thanks!

 

and errrr... another newbiw question... how do I add several pictures pr item?

 

In the product text when you edit the product.

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I have the following.

 

TEXT_PRODUCTS_QUANTITY

TEXT_PRODUCTS_MODEL

TEXT_PRODUCTS_IMAGE (but can only upload one image)

 

TEXT_PRODUCTS_URL

TEXT_PRODUCTS_URL_WITHOUT_HTTP

TEXT_PRODUCTS_WEIGHT

?????

 

No not in the language defines.

 

I mean when you are in admin and you edit/create a product you get to add some text. In a text box.

 

That's where you also enter product images.

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No not in the language defines.

 

I mean when you are in admin and you edit/create a product you get to add some text. In a text box.

 

That's where you also enter product images.

 

 

hhhehhe.. ok, don't shoot me here... but where in the edit page...

 

what I wrote above was copy/paste from the edit page (just the boxes where you write fell out) because I assume I should be looking somewhere where I can upload a picture right? :huh:

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hhhehhe.. ok, don't shoot me here... but where in the edit page...

 

what I wrote above was copy/paste from the edit page (just the boxes where you write fell out) because I assume I should be looking somewhere where I can upload a picture right? :huh:

 

In the products description.

 

You will find here contributions to add a WYSIWYG (text editor) to the products description textarea.

 

Or .. you could just download a free program xstandard to your local PC.

 

Write the description and add pics (careful of image paths) via xstandard then click on xml to view the source code then copy and paste it into the products description box.

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In the products description.

 

You will find here contributions to add a WYSIWYG (text editor) to the products description textarea.

 

Or .. you could just download a free program xstandard to your local PC.

 

Write the description and add pics (careful of image paths) via xstandard then click on xml to view the source code then copy and paste it into the products description box.

 

Ok, cause I dont have a wysiwyg editor (will get one)

but i am installing xstandard now :)

 

 

thank you so much for ur help! :thumbsup:

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So as it doesn't confuse you TOO much.

 

When you have uploaded xstandard.

 

Go to My Computer>C:>Program Files>XStandard (or wherever you loaded it)

 

Replace a file called test-drive

 

With the file I have attached below: -

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