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  1. This is commented in the AIOS class: $this->_value = (float)$this->_basket['subtotal']; // XXX May want to remove coupon discount, i.e. // $this->_value -= $this->_basket['discount']; Could it really be as easy as uncommenting that line of code?
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  2. All in one shipping. What I was thinking was that the coupon should have the user choice of either calculating on the subtotal or as part of the calculation of the subtotal. That way the shipping or any other module can stay looking at the subtotal for their calculations. It would be a really nice flexibility feature in the coupon module.
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  3. Honestly it's a breeze if you have intermediate HTML & CSS experience. Please have a look at this https://support.cubecart.com/hc/en-gb/articles/360003793978-How-do-I-create-a-custom-skin-or-template-
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  4. Welcome Ahmed! Glad to see you made it to the forums. In admin, Taxes, there may already be a few Tax Classes. If not, enter a name in the Add Tax Class text entry field. The name can be something like "Standard Tax". Save the form. Now, on the Tax Details tab, enter values in the Add Tax Detail text entry fields. Save the form. Now, on the Tax Rules tab, to Add a Tax Rule, choose a Class and a Detail. Fill in the rest of the form fields and Save. When editing a product, on the Pricing tab, choose the Tax Class required and Save. (If your taxing authority requires that the displayed prices to include the tax, check the box.) Clear CubeCart's cache and you should be good to go.
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  5. If I go into the actual edit the product page and put a space in the redo / Start box then it clears on the Product Inventory page - null gone; now blank. So I think this is probably the best that can be done.
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