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Slicing and dicing pricing

  1. I have a pretty nifty form set up for a gym membership (working with Cart66), but I'm having some trouble displaying the pricing the way I need to.

    Currently, I have a base price that includes the first & last month dues, enrollment fee, and an enhancement fee. This is all set up as one product in the form, in one "chunk," if you will.

    The user can then add on monthly options. For example, they can add a "month-to-month" membership option that costs $5/mo. The product actually adds $10 since I'm collecting first and last month dues up front. So far, so good.

    I had a request, however, to show the monthly price as well as the running total. I can do this using a number field and calculation tools, but I can't style the output since that number is included in a form element (input).

    Any thoughts or suggestions for me?

    You can check out the current iteration of the cart here:

    Posted 11 years ago on Tuesday March 19, 2013 | Permalink
  2. Anyone?

    Let me rephrase the question: Is there a way (via PHP in functions.php or jQuery or something) to "listen" to a field, hidden or visible, and then display the output of that script in another field?

    For example, if I have a numbers field with my calculation performed and the output as I want it, but hidden, can I have a script that will watch that field, take that number output and then place it somewhere else within the form (maybe via a shortcode in an HTML block or something) that can more easily be styled?


    Posted 11 years ago on Wednesday March 20, 2013 | Permalink