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Old 03-14-2013, 09:15 AM
 
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I am using a {if} {else} statement to show or hide a Free Shipping graphic on certain items on our shop.

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{if $product.price >= 99.99 && $product.productid ne 20786 && $product.productid ne 17302} <img src="image.jpg" /> {else} <img src="_spacer.gif"/> {/if}
This shows my free shipping graphic on items that are $99.99 or more, and shows a blank spacer image if it's less. The problem is I have a handful of items that don't qualify for free shipping even though they are over $99.99. You can see what I did do in the code there to account for those items, but I'm wondering of there's a shorter way of declaring the $productid of these exception items other than what I've already done?

Also, maybe this can be used as a reference for someone else looking to do this
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:21 AM
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I am using a {if} {else} statement to show or hide a Free Shipping graphic on certain items on our shop.

Code:
{if $product.price >= 99.99 && $product.productid ne 20786 && $product.productid ne 17302} <img src="image.jpg" /> {else} <img src="_spacer.gif"/> {/if}
This shows my free shipping graphic on items that are $99.99 or more, and shows a blank spacer image if it's less. The problem is I have a handful of items that don't qualify for free shipping even though they are over $99.99. You can see what I did do in the code there to account for those items, but I'm wondering of there's a shorter way of declaring the $productid of these exception items other than what I've already done?

Also, maybe this can be used as a reference for someone else looking to do this

You may want to check this condition in PHP code (in_array() function will be useful) and then assign result to a boolean flag in $product array. It will allow you to check the same condition as something like this in Smarty:

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{if $product.my_free_shipping_flag eq 'Y'} <img src="image.jpg" /> {else} <img src="_spacer.gif"/> {/if}

Guess, it looks more elegant.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:44 AM
 
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Thanks for the response. That actually makes me think... maybe we can use the "extra fields" functionality to do something like this? I don't really know how to implement your suggestion without more explicit instructions.
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