[ic] no price label
Fri, 9 Feb 2001 11:23:51 -0800
Thanks Victor - I originally tried to do this in MIVA and I lost all my
work and time, because MIVA can NOT remove the price related wording and
labels and info.
So, I am looking at this program to solve my problem. And it seems like you
are saying that I can EASILY remove ALL the references to price or costs by
just stripping it all out.
Hopefully, you are not saying that I have to use all the guys from the NASA
launch center to re-program this - in order to do what I want.
Can you give me YOUR guesstimate of how difficult this would be for a
newcomer - and I mean "newcomer" to this kind of work.
----- Original Message -----
From: Victor Nolton <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, February 09, 2001 7:44 AM
Subject: Re: [ic] no price label
> why not just edit out all PRICE related tags?
> as for the cart... strip out the columns in the cart refering to
> price and extension..
> or am I misunderstanding what you are saying?
> >I sent a previous msg about removing the PRICE label.
> >Somehow the mail pgm thought I was sending HTML and is holding it up.
> >I need this info right away so I am repeating my msg.
> >I want to be able to not show any reference to cost or pricing or even
> >price label itself.
> >I want to use the shopping cart to only generate inquiries.
> >The clients will use it to request info on the products they see, and we
> >will then respond with a price quote.
> >I don't want any reference to pricing or prices or cost or totals. That
> >would only create confusion.
> >It must not have anything in it that would cause confusion or seem like
> >are buying instead of just requesting pricing information.
> >Please try to answer me as to how I would do this and if it would be
> >difficult for me since I am not a programmer.
> >Dan Cetrone
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