You betcha! although you might want to make sure and wait for another member to confirm it as I am not quite sure. Better yet, why don't you call the Godaddy guys because they can give you help better...
Maybe it is the id it is checking for, in your.
<select name="price" id="price">.
Try that.. as you select a single item, it should still only pass it one value...
I can't get it to bring up different prices I the payment screen though..
I found this page in a catalogue, where the price is visable and changes to what is selected..
The right column options changes the price in the box before sending it to a shopping basket? can that be done?.
For some reason I can't view the source from littlewoods.com, how did they disable that? that would be a good trick to know..
Sorry to be a pain, I just really don't understand this.
Save the page instead of trying to view the source, that works, but there is an awful lot of it...
Horay, I got it.....
After searching for ages online I found the solution..
My drop down box code now looks something like this:.
<option value="Teddy Bear, S:5.00" selected> Small </option>.
<option value="Teddy Bear, M:7.50"> Medium </option>.
<option value="Teddy Bear, L:10.00"> Large </option>.
Where the value is "Description: Price: Units" (Units is optional.).
I found the answer here here.
Cool, glad you got it. but if you send this.
<input name="price" type="Hidden" id="price" value="10.00">.
It will be the same price all the time unless you refresh the page. but none the less, good job..
No need to send <input name="price" type="Hidden" id="price" value="10.00"> anymore.
I just used the above code for the drop down box and a USRID, QTY and RETURN value..
So all is good at last..... I can sleep easy now..