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Everything posted by Jeff2886

  1. Played around with it some more and figured it out myself: .product-variants { width: 250px !important; display: flex !important; flex-direction: column !important; justify-content: center !important; align-items: center !important; }
  2. Hey Tuan, I'm having the inverse problem. I adjusted the size of my product-variant dropdown menus with the code shown below and now when I go to my site, two dropdown menus end up beside each other on the same line. I tried to set the column count to 1 (and even 0) and it didn't solve the issue. Any tips? I'd like to be able to set the width of the boxes to 250px and have them on separate lines. Thanks! Existing code: .variant-option { width: 250px !important; } .product-variants { column-count: 1; }
  3. Thank you for the feedback. That's disappointing news. EDIT: Has anyone figured out a work around yet? I'm wondering if there is a way to hide the necessary individual product pages and somehow use button functions and onclick commands to simulate the desired function. All of the individual product pages would technically exist but would be invisible to the customer. The goal would be to click buttons on a single product page and ultimately end up at the shopping cart with all the desired options selected.
  4. I am looking for the same functionality. It feels SO clunky to have to list multiple products for different time periods. I wish we could list 1 product and have the subscription renewal / pre-paid options in the same listing.
  5. I'm looking for the answer to the same question. It seems very clunky to have to create multiple product listings just to address subscription durations. I'd like this to just be a field that the customer populates prior to adding the product to their cart (similar to selecting sizes). Any help would be greatly appreciated
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