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Old 01-13-2020, 10:24 AM
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does this mean we can show different prices dependant on customer login?
Hi!

My name is Emma and I am from Ecwid Customer Care team. Thanks for your question!

By default, the product price is a part of product information and you can set only one price for your product.

On a side note, it is possible to create customer groups and set up discounts for them. After a customer creates an account in your store, you assign them to a particular customer group. When this customer logs in to your store, the system recognizes the email address and then provides this customer with a discount at checkout.

More about customer groups and discounts for them in our Help Center: https://support.ecwid.com/hc/en-us/a...ustomer-groups

With the discounts based on customer groups, the customers will see the same price of the products and the discount will only be shown at checkout. This happens because, by design, a product can have only one price in Ecwid.

Can you please describe how you would like to set up prices for your customers in detail? Share your workflow with us and how you imagine this work in your store and we will do our best to find a solution for you!

Thanks!
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Old 01-23-2020, 07:04 AM
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Hi Mark!

This is Ally from Ecwid Customer Care Team. Thanks for reaching us out!

You can hide prices for unlogged users with the following CSS code:

Code:
&.ecwid-customer-loggedOut .grid-product__price-value,

&.ecwid-customer-loggedOut .product-details__product-price {

 display: none;

}
To apply the code,

1) Go to Ecwid Control Panel > Design.
2) Scroll down until you see the 'Create Theme' button and click on it.
3) In the appeared window click on the 'Add new CSS Theme' button, and paste this code into the field.
4) Click on the 'Activate' button.
5) Save the changes.

Hope this helps. Feel free to reach out again if you have further questions.
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CSS called Cascading Style Sheets. This is a programming language by which you can change your website front end look and can make it heaven from hell
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