Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..
That appear to be based on Quanity Price Breaks contribution, which I had previously tried to install and couldn't make work. Is there any way to use the basic os installation to do this?..
Oops sorry the contribution I added for the pricing was Discounts Plus - the Dynamic Force Attribute Selection was another I added for another issued this guy had!..
The only way I can think of to do what you want using the standard OSC install would be add the options as attributes. Other than that, you will need a contribution..
Thanks Chris - As stated I am so confused at this point - can the attributes have separate pricing?.
Thanks all for your suggestions. As it turns out the client really wanted what the Discount contribution that I installed did he just wanted different wording (beyond the scope of the language files) I ended up contacting a programmer who personalized the contribution the why he "really" wanted it (for now anyway).
There are 7 items in the shop I created and the client wants to offer quantity discounts. I installed the contribution Dynamic Force Attribute Selection thinking this would solve the problem, and it did exactly what he wanted - but now he change the way he wants this to work! He now wants the pricing to appear as.
Multi package of 5 $22.50.
Multi package of 10 $42.50.
Multi package of 20 $80.00.
Multi package of 30 $112.50.
Multi package of 40 $140.00.
Multi package of 50 $182.50.
Multi package of 100 $250.00.
Is there a simple way to accomplish this in oscommerce?.
I am about to pull my hair out on this one - my client keeps changing what he wants and because of this I think I am overlooking a simple solution to my problem so I hope someone with a clear brain can help..
Design by Sue..
You could try this contribution, it might work for you......or there are others like it..