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  1. dromano

    Compare My Price

    Hi Jack, Their have made changes since oct 17 I'll try to explain: In oct 17 their prices are show in DOP Pesos (not USD, 1USD = 40DOP) (primary currency=DOP). In nov 12 their prices are show in USD and DOP (both) (primary currency=USD). now their "product_price" is for USD currency (works fine for prices under 999) (primary currency=USD). now their "product_alt_price" is for DOP currency (works fine for prices under 999, but not works for prices over 999) (primary currency=USD). But in my store the primary currency is DOP Pesos not USD. (remember 1USD = 40DOP) When i try to compare with <span id="product_alt_price">(.*)</span> dont work because USD500 = DOP20,000 (primary currency showed in my store). Hope you understand me. Thanks Jack
  2. dromano

    Compare My Price

    Thanks Jack, Page: http://www.mundoled.com.do/tienda/product.php?productid=17708 Search string: <span id="product_price">xx,xxx.xx</span>
  3. dromano

    Compare My Price

    Hi Jack, I tried and didn't work. I have used the code you write and my original code: preg_match('/([\d.]+)/', strip_tags($price[0]), $match); I dont want to be the cause for a headache..ok? Any idea ?
  4. dromano

    Compare My Price

    Hi Jack, Comparemyprice works great, but I'm trying to compare competitors price 18,000.00 and only i can see as the competitors price 18.00. There's something that i can do to fix this ? Thanks in advanced
  5. dromano

    Compare My Price

    Hi Jack, excellent mod. It's working fine in my shop. I want to know is there is a way to know in admin section my price and the other price by a buttom like "check now". In this way i know if my price must change or let it. I apologize for my english. I hope you understand me. I think it's not easy work check products by products in products_info page to compare prices and if i dont see anything mean my price is bigger, but how much bigger is my price?. Think this in a big store with more 5000-10000 items. Thanks.
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