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variation in price according to quantity
Greetings. Is there any way to make extra units requested by the customer, have a different price. Example 1: each unit costs $ 10, but if the customer requests 2 units, the latter costing 2 dollars, then you would pay 12 dollars. Example 2: If you order three units, two bonus will cuenstan 2 dollars each, would pay 14 dollars Basically that's the idea, if the quantity of the items is 1, the regular price will be charged, but if the client indicates quantity greater than 1, extra units are priced differently. MORE»

Posted by nolberto on September 29, 2014 @ 22:00 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions

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No popup for affiliate code
On my site I use e-junkie to sell both affiliate and my own products. On this page I am not able to open the popup cart: http://www.fotocomefare.com/immagini-potenti-foto-indimenticabili/ The page contains the e-junkie cart code. What is wrong? MORE»

Posted by albertocv on September 21, 2014 @ 22:51 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions

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Paypal limitation
We at Gray & Blue Studios have been selling digital comics on E-Junkie for the past 4 months with great success, but Paypal had put a limitaiton on our accounts and they will keep them there unless we cease and desist our sales here. How could we be allowed to sell our comics without objection from E-Junkie but still get it from Paypal? Who else here has had a similar dilemma? MORE»

Posted by GrayBlueStudios on September 18, 2014 @ 16:34 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions

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Wich of your processors allow explicit and legal adult content?
I'm an artist dealing in X-rated digital pictures sales, I've been running on paypal for almost a month but been aware that they're not supporting explicit and pornographic (tough legal, those are my works) materials, 2checkout either. Some high-risk processors like Verotel could do the financiel transaction, but would it be possible to let e-junky host and do the transaction of good (I find very convenient setting a shop trough here!) but let another processor do the financial part of it? If so, how to generate a code that would use these services with another external processor? Thanks! MORE»

Posted by Aedollon on September 18, 2014 @ 07:29 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions

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rel="nofollow" for affiliate link
I have an established website which I sell using E-junkie that is ranking really well in the google search. After several years without using affiliates, I decided to add an affiliate. The affiliate I added has an established site and large customer base. They added the affiliate link to there website and to a newsletter that they send out. Although it could be coincidental, my google rankings dropped considerably right after we started using the affiliate program. I have several search phrases that my site has remained stable in the search rankings for a few years which dropped. I am wondering if the recent affiliate links are hurting my SEO. I ran across another E-junkie posting that refers to the E-junkie marketplace using the rel="nofollow" attribute in order to prevent SEO penalties. Was this only for the E-junkie marketplace or did it apply at one time to the affiliate links as well? The affiliate links currently don't use rel="nofollow". Also, would the rel="nofollow".. MORE»

Posted by SilverBackGorilla on September 11, 2014 @ 18:56 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions

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Non-Flash?
We seem to be lost in semantics now. The invoice as you define it will do, even though its pretty much a receipt. All a customer wants is the summary of the order placed. Does the list that is already included on the page has prices as well. To be an invoice, we need to have a list of products and their prices, not just the total price charged to customer, and not just a list of products purchased. I dont think your list will have this. If prices can be included let me know and i will see if we can create an invoice. Bear in mind that prices should reflect any discounts given. MORE»

Posted by Henry on September 18, 2014 @ 23:49 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions
Block or ban mailinator email addresses from free downloads?
Thanks! MORE»

Posted by Landro on September 12, 2014 @ 08:43 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions
PDF Stamping Not Working
I found the problem - the e-junkie website uses some sort of flash or different technology that makes copy/pasting and refreshing of fields work differently. When I went into the field of the payment variable, you have to manually select the whole field and paste or else there is left over information. Anyways, it's fixed. MORE»

Posted by dearman on September 10, 2014 @ 16:05 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions
Can I download a previously uploaded file from e-junkie?
We are glad to see that you figured it out and that is exactly what we suggest merchants do when they need a copy of one of their files. MORE»

Posted by E-junkieNinja on September 9, 2014 @ 09:18 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions
AWeber Parser not working
I believe I already responded to your e-mail, but I will also respond here. Aweber should have an e-junkie specific parser. If you are not using this parser then you will want to change your settings within Aweber. If you are using this parser then something has been changed about the way there system reads the order data we send them and we will need to have our development team look into what has changed. MORE»

Posted by E-junkieNinja on September 9, 2014 @ 09:14 GMT -7 under E-junkie Discussions
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