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Can selection be programmed with drop down list


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I met with my client today. I was asked if I could set up an E-Commerce checkout with the following parameters. (they are selling a sort of subscription service)

An item costs $x.oo per day.

A drop down box with choices (one week, two weeks, three weeks) at $x.00 per day.


When the customer chooses an option, it reads that, and automatically applies the total to the shopping cart.


I hope that makes sense.




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Sounds like an attribute solution to me.


Product - Subscription


Product base term is 1 day.

Price is 1.00




1 week - +6.00

2 weeks - +13.00

3 weeks - +20.00

1 month - +30.00 (how many days are there in feb?)

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I have used the PayPal subscription button. You log into PayPal and create a button. In PayPal you choose the subscription cost and time frame. When the customer clicks the button your site,they are presented with subscription options that you pre-defined and then choose one of those options.


It works, however the customer MUST have or sign up for a PayPal account to use this.





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Wow! Two replies so fast! My client uses Authorize.net. So, i am looking at options right now. I am not too happy with the bloat in one package I was looking at. Very slow to load (slowed down the whole website to a crawl in fact). I may have to install OSCommerce just to check it out and see how much i can play with the CSS and make the look of his other websites. Thanks for the quick replies guys (or gals!).


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