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VirtueMart Dev/Coding Central: VM1 (old version) => Feature requests => Shipping Modules => Topic started by: clsmedia on July 22, 2007, 02:27:52 am

Title: Shipping based on order total
Post by: clsmedia on July 22, 2007, 02:27:52 am
Hi,
How do I config this?

Order total <1000  then Shipping=150
Order total  1000~2999 then Shipping=210
Order total >3000  then Shipping=0

Thanks!!

Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: dellvostro on November 08, 2007, 15:10:55 pm
Hay there, I need the same type setup, only different amounts. Can anyone reply here with info or message me please? Thank you very much!
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: Joseph Kwan on December 09, 2007, 01:50:29 am
Use the shipvalue shipping module. You can set up the total and shipping there.
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: SimonJae on December 09, 2007, 04:41:13 am
Use the shipvalue shipping module. You can set up the total and shipping there.

Joseph

Thanks for your abundance of replies  :)

I have used the "shipvalue" module once... and it seems stuck with the existing perameters... ie. I set it up once... now when I go back to it... I can not save a revision. Any clues why this would be happening?

TIA

Simon

Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: Joseph Kwan on December 09, 2007, 06:33:30 am
Do you get an error message? One possibilitiy is file permission. Make sure the file is writeable.
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: SimonJae on December 09, 2007, 11:58:35 am
Thanks Joseph

Nothing.

Checked the file permissions and config. file. Both point to the "ShipValue" scripts. Also changed to other scripts - AustPost; standard shipping; though remains "stuck" with the initial "Flex" settings if I  invoke the newly created "shipValue".

(ie. defaults to "flex" if I choose "shipValue")

Any clues??

Thanks

Simon


PS: Just a further observation - if I go back to the "Flex" module... make some radical changes... they are now NOT being reflected... as though it were a cache thing ????? Although I can swap out of "flex" easily enough (though the "shipValue" module seems unable to overwrite the "flex" module)... very strange.

Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: Joseph Kwan on December 10, 2007, 00:50:51 am
Look like your install has some problems. I can't tell what's the problem. If you need a detailed analysis, that will be a pay service.
One thing you could try is reinstall Virtuemart to see if the problem can be resolved. If you need further help, please PM me.
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: hotchicksmart on July 22, 2008, 20:15:30 pm
Can you tell me how to disable international orders while using shipvalue?
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: hotchicksmart on July 22, 2008, 20:17:44 pm
nevermind - you just delete the countries from the country list
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: ph34r on January 22, 2009, 11:14:04 am
it's only 10 item
i need at least 25. can i do it?

also can i used free shipping for specific location i.e city
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: Joseph Kwan on January 22, 2009, 19:38:39 pm
You can change the shipvalue module to support more than 10 values. Free shipping base on city is not supported out of the box. Again, that can be done using a custom shipping module.
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: ph34r on January 22, 2009, 22:53:20 pm
already made 30 values now. now i only need free shipping based on city.

you said custom shipping module! how do i do that?
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: Joseph Kwan on January 23, 2009, 08:41:26 am
check the shipping address and provide a shipping rate of 0.00 when the city is within the list of free shipping cities. You should be able to find some sample code in the standard shipping module.
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: ondreus on March 09, 2009, 09:21:31 am
Hi,
How do I configure or program this?

Order total <16,60  then Shipping=5 and adding to cart price sum.
Order total  16,60~83 then Shipping=3 and adding to cart price sum.
Order total >83  then Shipping=0 and adding to cart price sum.

Thanks!!
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: tmi on February 04, 2010, 12:50:26 pm
Hello,

I used ship-value shipping module and it is working fine but i have another problem with the total price: Let me explain.

basically i just want $25 charge for below $150 purchasing and after that it would be free.

I have set $25 value for the require purchasing and then what should i do for another condition? Will it be define for every price condition or just need to plan another value.

Please response me ASAP, it's urgent for me.


Thank you for your all help.
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: tmat on February 13, 2012, 20:57:43 pm
You must modify the standart shipping module. Here is a solution: http://virtuemartshop.blogspot.com/2012/02/customize-virtuemart-standard-shipping.html (http://virtuemartshop.blogspot.com/2012/02/customize-virtuemart-standard-shipping.html)
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: erper on March 08, 2012, 08:18:41 am
Hi,
I have send you e-mail few days ago with additional questionns and up today you have not given any answer. Is that mean that your modification is only a ghost
erper
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: tmat on April 26, 2012, 23:45:14 pm
Hi! This is a real extension!!! Please check out the screenshots on my Blog! http://virtuemartshop.blogspot.com (http://virtuemartshop.blogspot.com) ...and please send me E-mail to my adress (this found on my blogspot page). This is standard shipping module with according by shipping cost, order total for VirtueMart!
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: Leonard Michael on June 02, 2012, 01:43:56 am
Can this be used for VM 2.06?
Title: Re: Shipping based on order total
Post by: John2400 on June 02, 2012, 08:41:34 am
Shipping modules,

It should be possible to set two shipping standards based upon price of the good. In-fact you can set lots of options.

* eg if a customer purchases -$0.00 - to $25.00 worth of goods then set the range in the image shown to min 0 and max $25.00
* then create another postage same set up but just make the minimum $25.01 and max what you like.

You can have 100s of these.

You simply make a statement on the front screen that and in the $0- 25 setting that says orders above $25.00 are cheaper or what every you like to say.



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