It's possible to add an minimum price (admin/store/settings/cart/edit). But is it also possible to show this minimumprice. The warning should disappear when the basket contains enough products (money).
I'm getting used to Drupal and I understand most of the stuff, but some of the theming stuff has me very confused.
I need to add in another column and change the output of the ubercart shopping cart table, both on the shopping cart page and the block in the sidebar. For the latter, it looks like theme_uc_cart_block_content is the function I am looking for. Somehow, I must override this function in my custom module.
Does anyone know how to override the theme_uc_cart_block_content function in a module? Nothing I have tried has worked.
I have at little problem.
I want a view plus a search facet to filter products by their display price, that includes taxes.
But that field i not available in neither a view filter or the facet field selector in search API.
There is only sell price available, that does not include tax.
I thought about making a calculated field that automaticly add the tax to the sell price.
With for example the "computed field" module.
Have any of you had this problem and how have you solved it?
I have been asked to look at a Drupal/Ubercart issue with PayPal.
The site is seeing a progressively growing number of abandoned carts where the customers are complaining about issues with PayPal not allowing them to complete transactions.
The site is using Drupal 7.22 and Ubercart 3.4 and PayPal Payments Standard.
Hello, and thank you in advance for taking the time to help me out.
I have this case:
- a product with one attribut with several options
- the options do influence the price
- the costumization is just done when the product is shipped so there need to be _one stock_ for all the options.
- there need to be quantity based discounts (e.g. -30 % if 50 pieces ordered. Normaly only one option is chosen, so it doesn't make a difference if it's 50 of the same option or not. The percentage rate is the same for all the options)
Hello, I hope you can help me.
I am quite new to drupal and ubercart but I am improving day by day so please bear with me.
I have installed ubercart and ubercart marketplace plus a few additional modules. These are installed fine but the trouble is actually configuring them to what I want them to do. (I do not know how)
My website will have members who can register to sell their own products and services. I have configured everything so that members can register for this and also they can even list products for sale in the marketplace, this is not the issue.
Where I need help is:
We have Ubercart... I don't know what version. And to preface this, I am not a programmer.
The shopping cart doesn't show taxes in the totals, but charges the user. As you can imagine, the client is delighted to see this only on their credit card statement rather than in the cart when it's being charged.
Can anyone help me, please?
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I'm currently working with the uc_fedex module, version: 6.x-2.x-dev and using Drupal 6. I've been working with FedEx and they say I need to add in a condition to check for products that can be shipped by dimensional weight. I've read previous forum posts, specifically this one:
The author of that post says they used some code that a user named TR made.