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KiP78

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PhotoBlogger Shopping Cart - pricing individual images
Posted: 03-Mar-2016 16:14
 
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Hi,

Just wondering if there is a way to edit individual images / videos or exclude them from being part of the shopping cart. Is there a Variable I can add?

I know there was a way to do something like this in the Turtle skin, can it be done with PhotoBlogger skin too?

Thanks,
Chris

Laza

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Re: PhotoBlogger Shopping Cart - pricing individual images
Posted: 03-Mar-2016 17:46   in response to: KiP78 in response to: KiP78
 
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No, not yet. At the moment only bulk ordering is possible with Photoblogger (same shop options, same price), but I will add the individual shopping too, like in Turtle.
KiP78

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Re: PhotoBlogger Shopping Cart - pricing individual images
Posted: 08-Mar-2016 23:17   in response to: Laza in response to: Laza
 
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Awesome! Shall look forward to that addition :)
jar

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Re: PhotoBlogger Shopping Cart - pricing individual images
Posted: 19-May-2016 16:53   in response to: KiP78 in response to: KiP78
 
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Any update yet on individual item pricing like Turtle?
Laza

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Re: PhotoBlogger Shopping Cart - pricing individual images
Posted: 19-May-2016 17:40   in response to: jar in response to: jar
 
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It will come out in a week.
jwinslow

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Re: PhotoBlogger Shopping Cart - pricing individual images
Posted: 25-Sep-2017 20:11   in response to: Laza in response to: Laza
 
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Hi Laza,

I searched but could not find any reference to individual pricing for individual images. I'm trying to set the pricing for an entire set of images. If I have to do it manually 1 by 1, I will, but this was the last reference I could find by searching.

How do we set custom pricing for certain images or folders?
Laza

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Re: PhotoBlogger Shopping Cart - pricing individual images
Posted: 26-Sep-2017 12:16   in response to: jwinslow in response to: jwinslow
 
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Use the Edit mode's Custom shop options panel to define individual prices for images or folders.
jwinslow

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Re: PhotoBlogger Shopping Cart - pricing individual images
Posted: 26-Sep-2017 14:09   in response to: Laza in response to: Laza
 
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Thanks Laza! I didn't realize you could do "image data" for an entire folder. You just saved me a ton of time.
jwinslow

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Re: PhotoBlogger Shopping Cart - pricing individual images
Posted: 26-Sep-2017 15:36   in response to: Laza in response to: Laza
 
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Hi Laza, when I set the image options pricing for the folder* in edit mode, nothing changes (it uses the global pricing for the full jalbum set).

When I set the price for an individual photo in edit mode, it uses the new custom pricing.

  • folder = here is the structure

Jalbum gallery
->2017
---->Event
--------Rider
------------Images

First I tried setting it for the event (which would be one change). I also tried the rider folder, which holds the images. Nothing works except adding the image options settings on each individual image.

This particular gallery was only about 700 images, so it wasn't that difficult to paste the pricing for all images, but many of my events are about 20-30x larger in terms of file count.

Any suggestions? Did I pick the wrong spot to set the pricing for a folder?
Laza

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Re: PhotoBlogger Shopping Cart - pricing individual images
Posted: 26-Sep-2017 15:56   in response to: jwinslow in response to: jwinslow
 
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Supposed to work, but I will check if something went wrong...
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