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  1. Thank you so much for your response. Al Brookbanks - please give us a CubeCart revision. Here is my suggestion for the bare minimum, having read Havenswift's response: 1. I think we can at least agree that country of origin and HS code can be added to the upload spreadsheet. Please, don't display HS code on the adverts though, or have a way of muting it if need be. The reason for having HS code and country of origin on the upload spreadsheet is that we have a record of how to tax the item if we decide to deliver duty paid. Also we will know how to fill in the customs sl
  2. All carts have upsides and downsides but fun fact: WooCommerce was giving all my postage options as freepost - potentially disastrous (had to cancel my only ever sale because of that). Nobody knew what to do until a few months ago. Am still trying to get round to implementing their suggestion. For now, l'm back to testing testing testing (including CubeCart).
  3. Hi there, Please may l enquire how to adapt CubeCart to the new scenario. I'm not quite sure what is going on but apparently to sell to the UK, foreign sellers will need a UK tax remittance account. Surely sooner or later, the reverse will be true too? Does this affect CubeCart in any way? Also, is there a way CubeCart can cater for new situation with regard to: - GB EORI / XI (for selling to northern ireland from UK) - HS Codes for all items - Country of origin for all items - Either collecting and paying destination country's customs charge
  4. hi there i can't recall much about this thread but i think i was thinking about the "All In One Shipping" tool, using weight categories as a vehicle for your different deals, e.g. classifying one club as a weight band, and for that weight band, you offer the deal suitable for that club.
  5. Hi there, it seems to work for me but l'll admit l've done no live testing (l cannot use my own PayPal account as l linked the extension to that account). Have you pressed the "Clear Cache" button?
  6. I'm stuck in a houseshare with only one other person, an actual self harming lunatic, not in a cute way, just a deeply unpleasant person. Al, Nitefox, l'm in the UK too, if you have a heart, can l come and live with you for the next 12 weeks?
  7. OK i figured it out. It goes into the "Source" tab of the document editor. Thanks. Edit: It goes into the "Source" tab with NOTHING changed / substituted, then you can take it from there.
  8. Hi there, the above code is not working. All l am seeing is the code itself being displayed. Please may l have an example of its deployement e.g. how do you replace {$STORE_URL} ? I am replacing it with https://store.myexamplesite.uk/tesa31.html I'm guessing the problem isn't even with how l replace that part.
  9. Hi there, I seem to have written over the code for the slider showing a range of around 3 featured products (sliding them like a carousel). Does anybody have the code for it?
  10. 1. For the default skin (and the other free skins for that matter) you need to make it clear that there are other shipping options available, if the customer would just click on the option to activate the drop-down menu (the other free skins at least have a "down" arrow to indicate other options are available). In fact, better display all options, and have radio buttons to select which shipping option is for you. Why hide them? 2. How to calculate total shipping weight: Don't add up all the weights of multiple items. Encourage shop owners to give the UNPACKAGED weight per item
  11. UPDATE: Solved. It seems l was using a depreciated version and nobody told me. The version that doesn't work: PayPal Checkout The version that DOES work (just installed now): PayPal Commerce Platform The new plugin also solved the confusing display of PayPal button AND Secure Checkout button. NOW what l see is: Select Stripe OR PayPal THEN go to Secure Checkout It makes much more sense now.
  12. Hi, l think l need to grant CubeCart API permission in PayPal. Please may l ask your "Third Party Permission Username" in order to do this? I am going via PayPal > Settings > Account Settings > API Access > Update > PayPal API > Grant API permission OR Manage API permission (either way, CubeCart isn't listed there). UPDATE: It doesn't matter as l've already configured PayPal to accept payments from uncredentialled (with regard to API access) carts. So l really don't know what the issue with PayPal is.
  13. OK i've just deleted your "inventory_time" module before reading your response, and l still get the error message so yes i think it's a paypal module fault. I had actually seen a link like the one you just gave for the error message and yep it's as vague as the error message, basically saying "Something went wrong, look it up". I'm on a hosted WP account FWIW. Regarding offering a Secure *and* PayPal button that really needs to be explained to visitors. It means nothing to techies but may cause a customer's credit card to retract back into purse.
  14. @bsmither anything to do with the Inventory Time plugin you sent me? I need to explore all avenues my friend. I disabled the plugin of course, but the issue still remains. Should l just delete it?
  15. Hi there, 2 checkout queries: 1. Until now, my only problem was that l was trying to pay using the PayPal account of the site owner (= myself). So my transaction was declined. I came back today after a long break, and got my sister to do the transaction, but now there's a new error message when l select to "Checkout with PayPal": The following errors were detected: Error: cpp-header-back-color value exceeds maximum allowable length. Transaction refused because of an invalid argument. See additional error messages for details. (Actually, white font on red ba
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