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A little help needed on my form..

I would like to only have 1 'buy now' button, and a list/menu option which sends a different price depending on what item is selected..

Is this possible to do? or do I need to repeat the code above for item I wish to sell?.

Many thanks in advance, also I don't know if this is in the right forum, sorry if not..

Regards.

Laura..

Comments (6)

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...

Comment #1

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...

Comment #2

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..

Http://www.littlewoods-online.com/rf...ct=27194864 1.

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.

Lau..

Comment #3

You could use Javascript I think, but then you would need to check when it wasn't enabled or people may pay less than you expect for items.

Save the page instead of trying to view the source, that works, but there is an awful lot of it...

Comment #4

Horay, I got it.....

After searching for ages online I found the solution..

My drop down box code now looks something like this:.

<select name="productpr">.

<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>.

</select>.

Where the value is "Description: Price: Units" (Units is optional.).

I found the answer here here.

Thanks everyone.

Laura..

Comment #5

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..

Comment #6

Hi,.

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..

Lau..

Comment #7


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.