It’s the noob poodle, Awwwwooooooo! So my latest tweak to a Gravity forms with Woocommerce setup is to find a way to have a static option input. I will try to explain. I have a radio Price option now that has a price attached to it of 10 bucks. When I change quantity to let’s say 2 of the product this Price option is multiplied by that quantity so that it adds 20 bucks to the order. But when you’re looking at the Gravity form live on the site it’s just one option! So what I mean is that I can understand why it does this because it’s the same form and then you’re putting in a higher quantity But this particular Price option is just supposed to be one type of Addon to the order. I want it to stay at 10 bucks.
So is there a way to define an option as “One Per Order”? Just an option like I have based on a set of radio buttons. Simple Yes add this to my order never mind the quantity and add on 10 bucks. Without having it multiply?
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