Support » Plugin: WooCommerce PPOM » How to disable rows in the pricetable and how to change the sequence

  • Resolved jakobwassertechnik

    (@jakobwassertechnik)


    Hello,

    when I select all options for a product it shows the following:

    x Inbetriebnahme mit Inbetriebnahme 344,00 € x 344,00 €
    Inbetriebnahme 344,00 €
    Produktpreis 1.415,93 € x 1 1.415,93 €
    Gesamt 1.759,93 €

    How can I disable the first row, so the “Inbetriebnahme” option is showing just one time.
    It will be perfect, when the productprice shows first, then the options-price second, an the total price last:

    Produktpreis 1.415,93 €
    Inbetriebnahme 344,-
    Gesamtpreis 1.759,93 €

    Example:
    https://www.frischquell.shop/produkt/professional-c-auslauf-mono-starter-kit/

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  • jakobwassertechnik

    (@jakobwassertechnik)

    Update:

    It would be better, when the first 3 rows are disabled. So just the total price is shown (Gesamt).
    Then the letters and price of the total price should be a little bit bigger.
    Thank you.

    Plugin Author N-Media

    (@nmedia)

    Hi @jakobwassertechnik,

    Please see ‘Control price display on product page’ setting in each PPOM Meta, you can control price display table with this.

    jakobwassertechnik

    (@jakobwassertechnik)

    Thank you!

    Now it shows the options total. That’s much better.
    Is there a way to show only the “total” Total price?

    Now it displays this:
    Inbetriebnahme 344,00 €
    Produktpreis 1.601,10 € x 1 1.601,10 €
    Gesamt (Total) 1.945,10 €

    My wish would be to have this:
    Gesamt (Total) 1.945,10 €

    Or, when it is not possible, then first the Productprice (without “1.601,10 € x 1”, then the options:
    Produktpreis 1.601,10 €
    Inbetriebnahme 344,00 €
    Gesamt (Total) 1.945,10 €

    Thank you!

    Reference the CSS provided in your other topic – https://wordpress.org/support/topic/disable-rows-in-the-pricetable/

    Plugin Author N-Media

    (@nmedia)

    Yes you can use CSS to control/customize further.

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