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1) Has anyone installed this on a template? I found that over half the files do not include the exact code that needs to be modified. I suspect it has something to do with the template I'm testing but I'm not sure how to cross reference the original code with the new code to make the changes.

 

2) If/when I get this working I am asumming the store will function the same except show any reference to price, is this correct? I am attempting to setup a 'request for quote' system and not 'buy on-line'. Everthing looks/feels the same as the store but the customer will only be submitting their contact info and specifics for each product. If this does not do this does anyone know other options?

 

Any help appreciated.

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You could simply do mods where-ever you have prive displayed.

 

Ie in product_info.php

 

instead of

 

<?php echo $products_price; ?>

 

put

 

<?php echo ($product_info['products_price'] ? $products_price : '');?>

 

Then do a similar function for the add to cart button

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Thanks for the tip, however I run into the same problem as I do in the HIDE PRICE mod - this code is nowhere to be found in any file. As I mentioned, it must be because the template has modified the code slightly but I do not have experinece in this to know what I am looking for to make it work.

 

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You could simply do mods where-ever you have prive displayed.

 

Ie in product_info.php

 

instead of

 

<?php echo $products_price; ?>

 

put

 

<?php echo ($product_info['products_price'] ? $products_price : '');?>

 

Then do a similar function for the add to cart button

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