Sure, no problem, happy to help 🙂

Regarding your task – if understood it correctly – one solution would be to re-calculate multipliers. I.e. if you need to multiply the price by `3.5`

, but it was already multiplied by `2.5`

, then you need to multiply only by `1.4`

, because `3.5 / 2.5 = 1.4`

, i.e. `x * 3.5`

is the same as `x * 2.5 * 1.4`

. Hope you get the idea. So your formula would look like this:

x[if_value value="{product_meta key='_price'}" compare_operator="less" compare_to_value="50"]*2.5[/if_value]
[if_value value="{product_meta key='_price'}" compare_operator="less" compare_to_value="100"]*1.4[/if_value]
[if_value value="{product_meta key='_price'}" compare_operator="less" compare_to_value="150"]*1.2857[/if_value]

Now after your question, I’m thinking that I should add new `between`

value to the `compare_operator`

attribute in the `[if_value]`

the shortcode, so it could be used like that:

x[if_value value="{product_meta key='_price'}" compare_operator="between" compare_to_value="50,100"]*2.5[/if_value]

I.e. `compare_to_value`

attribute would be set as comma separated values. Will be adding that in next plugin version.

Hope that helps.

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