- Support forum for the MSRP (RRP) Pricing for WooCommerce.
July 12, 2019 at 1:15 pm #95773Guy ClapsonMember
Is there a way to switch off the regular price when we have a sale price added.
Currently, we have MSRP then the our regular price which is fine when we have no sale on. however, some products on sale (less than our usual price) which now shows 3 prices, MSRP, regular and sale. we would prefer it to just show MSRP and sale price or MSRP and regular price if there is no sale on.
Hope this makes sense!
July 12, 2019 at 3:25 pm #95774
- This topic was modified 12 months ago by WPWhale.
Sure, I can do that. Will try to release new plugin version on Monday. One question though – which product types do you have on your site? I mean – simple, variable, grouped etc.?July 14, 2019 at 9:46 pm #95775
As promised, we’ve released new plugin version 1.3.6 today, where I’ve added Hide regular price for products on sale option to “WooCommerce > Settings > MSRP > Advanced Options”. Please take a look and let me know if something is not working as expected. And if you like the plugin, please consider leaving me a rating.July 15, 2019 at 8:29 am #95776Guy ClapsonMember
Thanks for doing that so quickly. Works great.
I noticed that the sale price has no label before the price. With products that aren’t on sale, we have a plugin where we can alter the label i.e. Now – £24.95 or Our price – £24.95. Is it possible to add a label?
Also is it possible to see the MSRP strike through price on products in the shop or category page. Currently it only shows either the sale price or the regular price. It used to show regular with strike through and sale price if there was one.
ThanksJuly 22, 2019 at 9:20 pm #95777
Sorry for a late reply.
1. Label for the sale price – I could add some option for that in “Hide regular price for products on sale” section, but I think you can already do it with the existing plugin by selecting “Instead of the standard price” as “Position” and then using
%price%placeholder in “Final Template” options, e.g.:
Our price: %price%<div class="price"><label for="alg_wc_msrp">MSRP</label>: <span id="alg_wc_msrp"><del>%msrp%</del>%you_save%</span></div>
2. MSRP strike-through – actually it should be stricken through – please make sure that you have
<del>tag in your “Final Template” in “Archives Display Options” section (i.e. for shop / category pages), i.e. this part:
... <del>%msrp%</del> ...
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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