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  • Resolved Andrew1977

    (@andrew1977)


    Good Afternoon,

    Would it be possible to add support for products that have price variations?

    This is for the WP-Ecommerce plugin.

    At the moment any of our products that have price variations, the schema shows the price as free in the search engine results page.

    E.G: If the product is in stock, and is a product with a price variation, the following shows for a product, which has a variation price:

    Free In stock

    When running the rich results test the price is display as 0.

    Any support for variations, would be very much appreciated!

    Kind Regards,

    Andrew

    • This topic was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by Andrew1977.
    • This topic was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by Andrew1977.
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  • Thread Starter Andrew1977

    (@andrew1977)

    One other thing we’ve just noticed as well. All of the prices that are getting picked up and shown are the exc vat prices on our website.

    How could we get the schema markup to only show the inc vat prices that show on our website?

    The VAT rate is 20% that would need to be applied to the prices that are currently showing in the schema markup.

    Kind Regards,

    Andrew

    Thread Starter Andrew1977

    (@andrew1977)

    Good Afternoon,

    Just a courtesy message to let you know that we have solved this.

    We added some code to allow for the 20% vat rate, and the products that we have checked, are now showing the correct price, including the products with variations.

    The only thing we have realized is that it all depends on how each store is set up, e.g: one store may be set up only showing inc vat prices, and no modifications would need to be done, as the correct price would be picked up from the start.

    Not sure if it’s worth adding an option where the users of this plugin, could have the option to add a tax or vat rate, depending on their location?

    Anyway, all is good, and I’m going to mark this as resolved.

    Kind Regards,

    Andrew

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by Andrew1977.
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