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Question I have... Which is the most cost effective iPage web host provider in the UK? Thanks for any answer. Another quick question... Howdy everyone,.

Can anyone tell me if there is a modification to allow 2 or more lines in an order of the same product?.

For example;.

A customer wants to purchase some rope..

1 length of 6mm poly rope @ 15.5 Metres.

Another length of 6mm poly rope @ 22 Metres.

And one more of 54.5 Metres..

When the customer adds that to the order it will total the order at 1 length of 92 Metres. However they wanted 3 different lengths..

Any ideas?.

Thanks.

Paul..

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Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..

Comment #1

Can't you just sell it by the meter?.

Then he'll have to add it to the cart multiple times to get different lengths..

Just like ordering a shirt. If I order one Large and one Small, they don't add the two to make an XL..

Right?..

Comment #2

The rope is sold by the metre. Cant read the original message??.

If the customer wants 3 different lenghs, then we provide that. (remember customer service?????)..

Comment #3

Then that becomes 3 seperate items (same model) added to the cart - each with their own different attribute of X-meters..

Does that not work?..

Comment #4

Sorry, could not edit previous:.

Then that becomes 3 seperate items (same model) added to the cart - each with their own different attribute of X-meters..

- Chose item.

- Chose attribute (meters).

- Add to cart.

- Repeat for eack UNIQUE item.

Each item should be unique IF the attributes are different:.

1 X 6mm poly rope @ 15.5 Metres.

1 X 6mm poly rope @ 22 Metres.

1 X 6mm poly rope @ 54.5 Metres.

If the attributes are the same, the quantity would increase:.

1 X 6mm poly rope @ 15.5 Metres.

2 X 6mm poly rope @ 22 Metres.

Are you using the product atributes?.

Does that not work?.

Are there any special mods/contribs you haven't mentioned?..

Comment #5

Are you always so rude to people trying to help you?.

Why don't you write the modification yourself, mooch...

Comment #6

Not continuing the previous thread from 1 Sept. and starting a new one will not help you to solve a problem that does not exist...

Comment #7

[quote name='lppc' date='Sep 2 2004, 10:55 PM'] [QUOTE].

If the customer wants 3 different lenghs, then we provide that. (remember customer service?????).

[QUOTE] [/quote].

I got it..

Would you like to add cutting charge?.

Make 1...x Identical attributes so customer can select each of them separately or together and make the product to be a CUTTING CHARGE..

Then it's easy....

You know "if the mountain does not want to go to Mohamed then Mohamed should go to the mountain"..

Comment #8

But does that mean that I have to create a different attribute for each 1/2 metre?.

Eg:.

1.

1.5.

2.

2.5.

3.

3.5.

4..........etc?.

Thanks.

Paul..

Comment #9

Just sell by the meter as you have been and add a form (or use the pre-existing comments box if you're lazy), where the customer can specify how many cuts (if any) they want and of what length...

Comment #10

Well, I must say that I hope you never find a solution to your problem and that your iPage website fails miserably!..

Comment #11

Howdy everyone,.

Can anyone tell me if there is a modification to allow 2 or more lines in an order of the same product?.

For example;.

A customer wants to purchase some rope..

1 length of 6mm poly rope @ 15.5 Metres.

Another length of 6mm poly rope @ 22 Metres.

And one more of 54.5 Metres..

When the customer adds that to the order it will total the order at 1 length of 92 Metres. However they wanted 3 different lengths..

Any ideas?.

Thanks.

Paul..

Comment #12

Sorry, I know it's not helpful, I couldnt resist -.

But you could send a free knife with every order so customer could have the lengths they want?!?.

Good luck finding somebody who can give you a straight answer!..

Comment #13


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