We are currently working on a new Magento 1.9.2 build for a client but need a little help in getting all of the developments complete to deliver the project on time.
This Freelancer project is to add some custom development to the pricing of the product listings on the category pages.
Basically we need to adapt the 'as low as' pricing for bundle products at category level. The below should outline what we need to do.
If products are bundle products, display the lowest price of the bundled child product contained within the parent bundle product on the category page, then display the lowest value of the child product's attribute $tariff_price. The attribute $tariff_price is a text field attribute. So...
Get lowest price of child product, get lowest $tariff_price attribute of those child products and display both on the front end eg: Price: £0.00 on the tariff: £29.99.
If you have any questions, please ask.
You will need to make this custom development on your own dev site running Magento 1.9.2 and provide links to the functionality working, before supplying the code base for us to test and implement on our dev site.
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Hi, As we understood that you want to know lowest price of the child product from the [url removed, login to view] user only can see lowest price not average OR max [url removed, login to view] I have a query in my mind that if user going to purch Plus
Hello there, I can put as low as feature with custom attribute on your category page. I will install Magento on my server and show you up. Let me know if you are interested. Best Regards, Bojan
Hi, can I help you ? I am magento developer and designer, I am interested to work with you, I will do this job, when you want to start job ? waiting for your reply. bye.
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