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  1. I just tried one that supposedly would work, and of course, it hadn't been updated in two years and doesn't. Does anyone use a UPS real-time rate api module to show customers rates at checkout? Trying to do this because of the large swing in shipping costs between geographic regions within certain countries.
  2. I do love how your search module works. Products and pages.
  3. Didn't even know this existed. Looks like it's kept up to date though.
  4. The screenshot you shared has only ever happened to me when my SSL certificate expired on the URL. Perhaps verify on your host that yours is still good for that domain?
  5. You could do this in most digital marketing tools using a data attribute (Examples: Orders in last 7 days or people that bought product 'a' this month) to build that customer segment. Then send the email to them. Honestly, I do a ton of CRM and ERP work for a living and I've never had your request come up before that I can think of. Typically the goals is automation and it's assembled similar to how I explained.
  6. I totally missed this announcement originally. This is excellent!
  7. I've had this thought before as well. I've done all mine at the theme, but wish in retrospect that I had done the alternative.
  8. It should work if you use this instead: <br />
  9. The Chex module from @datakick does most things much better than the regular checkouts. It has one issue though that I can't easily figure out. If a product is discounted/on sale, it only shows the discounted price in the cart summary, not the regular price to reassure the buyer it is discounted. This is what I mean: This is the current state when a product is $100 regular and has special price discounted to $85. What has become the standard across online retailers is to show it instead like this. Which is not currently possible with the module that I see: The standard software checkouts do this already. Does anyone know how to make it operate this way in Chex for the best buying experience?
  10. That's unfortunate, but thanks again for the help with the first part.
  11. This helps me half-way, so thank you very much. For my shop's default currency when there is a sale, it populates perfectly. There are still a couple other situations I'm still struggling with here: - When there is no sale, it's filling in the regular price into the sale_price node. It should be null if there is no sale. - It doesn't bring in the base price from the specific price into the price node. Only the base price from the product/combination in default shop currency populates. We have country and currency specific pricing in so the base price from the specific price needs to show in the price node. I'm sure these can be handled as well, I just can't figure it out myself. Do you know how @datakick?
  12. Google product feeds ask for a sale price if it's available. I'm trying to figure out how to set this up within my XML feed with @datakick module and am stuck. Today, the feed just shows the <g:price> node as the actual final price, whether discounted or not. What should happen is that in the XML feed: <g:price> Should always equal the non-discounted price. (The base price from the product, combination, or the specific price being used) <g:sale_price> Should always equal the discounted price if the product or combination is discounted. Comes from the product, combination, or specific price being used. Otherwise would be null if not discounted. Has anyone figured out if and how to make the @datakick module make this setup work? If so, what formulas are you using? Thanks for the help
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