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Good morning, The shop works and the whole world is sunny except a cloud has appeared on the horizon. When viewing the cart I would like an option to load a members discouunt code which would give a discount off the product costs and apply the new total before sending to PayPal. At the minute I have members logging in and then going to their own store which is a copy of the main store with different prices. It works but is an awful lot of updates for nothing. Just wondered if possible or are there any alternatives at all.

Kindest regards

David

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It is the site I built from the videos I purchased from yourselves and customised with the help of this forum. the view cart page is the original. I would like to reduce the cost price by 10% if a members code was entered code was entered.

Regards

David

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Ah ... now I understand, you bought the PHP shopping cart with paypal video course.

 

I would create a new class or function (called say: discount-calculator()) that checks to see if the proper discount code was entered, if so, then the function/class would reduce the total purchase amount by 10% ... simple math.

 

.. This would be done in the controller.

 

Does that make sense?

 

Stefan

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Now I do not know how the layout of the shopping cart is, however I suppose you got the usual shopping cart / view shopping cart before you go ahead accepting the purchase. Well in the view shopping cart you could add a new input field for the costumer code to get the discount.

 

Add a new function to validate the code in your validation class or whatever you are using to check if the code exists, if the code is accepted add the discount to the total cost and charge that through paypal, if not display that the code was not valid.

 

 

You got the:

 

public function GetTotal()
{
	// add tax here..
	return $this->GetSubTotal() + $this->GetShippingCost();
}

 

so you in your case you could write the code validation function then modify the above function

somthing a long the lines: if validationCode was accepted return Subtotal+shippingcost - discount

otherwise return Subtotal + shippingCost.

 

 

Also you do realise you just made the code for the shopping cart publicly available for people to grab?

It might be an issue if the cost for the tutorial was not only charged for the tutorial but code as well.

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