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Old 08-01-2012, 10:34 PM
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I have headphones cables that have a bunch of different options. Say you want a better wire and it's $30 more, but the price at the top of the page still says the regular price.

Is there any way that I can get the price to automatically raise when I select the price increasing or decreasing parts?
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Yes, you can use the Product Variations feature. Instructions at the link below:

http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/40532454/...20Combinations
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Yes, but I want thE total to update when a selection is hit. Say the cable is $40 and an upgrade part is $30 extra. So then I want the price at the top of my product page to go to $70 rather than have my customers do the math. (this is easy math, but its an example. Some products have up to 5 different options so doing math on those could lose me customers)

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Yes, this is possible with the product variations.

Follow the instructions on the Knowledge Base, there is also a video on how to set it up.
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I see, so I need to pay for that.

Even if I pay, is there a simpler way? As I said, I've got some products with over 5 different options, so I'd have to make variations for every single style?
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I see, so I need to pay for that.

Even if I pay, is there a simpler way? As I said, I've got some products with over 5 different options, so I'd have to make variations for every single style?
Currently, this is the only way to create products, for which price changes depending on selected options. Unfortunately, Ecwid doesn't have functionality, which allow to generate all variations of options automatically, therefore you will need to create these variations manually.
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http://ideas.ecwid.com/forums/22031-...tions#comments

Found the idea on the ideas page. Vote it up!
 
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