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What class to convert v2 to v3???

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : General Questions
Oct-18-17 11:30 PM EST
Original Message
What class to convert v2 to v3???
Author Dale Castaldi on 02-26-2001 at 18:27 (EST)
I have a jewelry site using mostly InputPriceOption3.class files using version 2.

What would you recommend for version 3 to subsitute for this.

As I try to list one product with 14K and 10K, as the prices are less for 10K but have same ID number. Also there are multiple lengths to be considered.
Here is a link to a necklace page:
http://jewelrydiscountoutlet.com/html/dc2diamond1.html

Let me know what you think
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  RE: What class to convert v2 to v3??? Bill Weiner, 2001-02-27 06:50:27 (1)

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         1. RE: What class to convert v2 to v3???
        Author Bill Weiner on 02-27-2001 at 06:50 (EST)
I would suggest using one of these:

1) The "uShopInput4" applet with the new "+" option modifier to increase the cost based on the selected length, such as:

< PARAM NAME="option1" VALUE="14 inches,16 inches + $20,18 inches + $30,20 inches + $40" >

2) Or the "uShopInput17" applet with these parameters set:

< PARAM NAME="menu_show_id" VALUE="NO" >
< PARAM NAME="menu_show_name" VALUE="NO" >
< PARAM NAME="menu_show_desc" VALUE="YES" >
< PARAM NAME="menu_show_weight" VALUE="NO" >
< PARAM NAME="menu_show_price" VALUE="YES" >

... to simulate what you have now.
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