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Thread: How to add a text "Login For Prices" to products

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    Default How to add a text "Login For Prices" to products

    We have hidden the prices, but I don't think customers would be aware that prices will appear after login.
    We'd like to add a standard text field "Register or Login For Prices" to all our products.
    How would we best do that for every product?

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    I can't help with an answer to your question, but I'm curious as to why you'd want to hide all of your prices? As a new customer, if I came across a website with their prices hidden, I'd be a bit suspicious and it would definitely prevent me from registering.

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    I would also be interested in hearing how this could be done for one of our new B2B sites where prices are customer specific
    Shaun

    Loxta Hardware
    www.loxta.co.uk

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    I've never seen a BP site with prices hidden, but if it displays any text you could try changing it in the language manager? If not, sorry, not sure
    Analogue Seduction - Where music is our passion

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    Hello there,
    I'm wondering if you have thought about using the easyeditor? You could add this information in as additional content or even as a label at the top right of every product.

    Hope this helps,
    Darren Dawson

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    you need something like:
    [IF product_price]%product_price[ELSE]Register or Login For Prices[/IF]

    Hard coded into the Custom HTML area of your template

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    Sorry meant to say, this should display the text if the price isn't displayed, will need some testing I reckon.

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