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Hi, I was wondering if any one could help me, I am trying to set up my shopping cart with the shipping table method. This is what I have in there:-

1:1.10,2.5:3.95,5:8.00,10:11.25,20:15.00,30:20.00

 

Is this correct, when I have something that ways 1kg it should be 1.10 if over 2.5 it should be 3.95

 

 

When I add the weight for a product, like 1kg it comes up with ?8.

 

Am I doing something incorrect.

 

Thanks

 

Ashley

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Hi, I was wondering if any one could help me, I am trying to set up my shopping cart with the shipping table method. This is what I have in there:-

1:1.10,2.5:3.95,5:8.00,10:11.25,20:15.00,30:20.00

 

Is this correct, when I have something that ways 1kg it should be 1.10 if over 2.5 it should be 3.95

When I add the weight for a product, like 1kg it comes up with ?8.

 

Am I doing something incorrect.

 

Thanks

 

Ashley

Your table says:

up to 1 kg = 1.10

from 1 kg to 2.5 kg. = 3.95

from 2.5 kg to 5 kg. = 8.00

etc.

 

Check your admin->configuration->shipping/packaging for the Package Tare Weight setting. You probably have that set to the default 3 which means that those 3 kg. will be added to the product weight of 1 kg. Together that makes 4 kg. and 4 kg. costs 8.00 according to your table. And that is correct.

 

HTH

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Your table says:

up to 1 kg = 1.10

from 1 kg to 2.5 kg. = 3.95

from 2.5 kg to 5 kg. = 8.00

etc.

 

Check your admin->configuration->shipping/packaging for the Package Tare Weight setting. You probably have that set to the default 3 which means that those 3 kg. will be added to the product weight of 1 kg. Together that makes 4 kg. and 4 kg. costs 8.00 according to your table. And that is correct.

 

HTH

 

 

Thanks

 

That worked

 

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Can you create tabel that has its own names like ground $xx.xx 2nd Day $xx.xx and overnight $xx.xx. I want to use a custom general table for all shipping

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I found answer for "Shipping Table Rate"

 

It's you have to input with "Pound"

1 kilogram = 2.20462262 pounds (ref. Google)


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Hi, I was wondering if any one could help me, I am trying to set up my shopping cart with the shipping table method. This is what I have in there:-

1:1.10,2.5:3.95,5:8.00,10:11.25,20:15.00,30:20.00

 

Is this correct, when I have something that ways 1kg it should be 1.10 if over 2.5 it should be 3.95

When I add the weight for a product, like 1kg it comes up with ?8.

 

Am I doing something incorrect.

 

Thanks

 

Ashley

Your package tare weight in admin is probably set at 3 (default install of osc).

You should change this to reflect what your actual tare weight is, so it is product weight plus packaging weight.


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Can you create tabel that has its own names like ground $xx.xx 2nd Day $xx.xx and overnight $xx.xx. I want to use a custom general table for all shipping

 

Yes I am also very interested in this one..

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“Table”

 

delivery module calculating delivery cost based on total weight right but i needit will calculate based on products size in cubic meters to calculate the delivery cost.. how to proceed this one??? help us

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In the weight box on the product enter the product volume.

 

Then you can set up the table with rate for volume.

 

HTH

 

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