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Remove "from" in product prices with variants


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Please see Store Price Change.

The OP doesn't need to do the initial step of the Quick Install instructions as they already have jQuery installed.

This actually turns out to be harder than one might think. It's not just a matter of throwing some CSS at it. The way the structures are built and SS is manipulating those structures under the hood when variants are involved and one is changing menu selections makes this tricky. Basically the price text is being rebuilt on the fly when the user interact with variants.

Let us know how it goes.

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4 hours ago, XianNewman said:

Maybe @tuanphan or @kerstinmartin know a way to make this happen! 🍷 

There might be a way to do this with CSS but I don't know the code off the top of my head.

I am wondering though, why would you want to hide the 'from'? Is that not misleading when people then click on the dropdown list and see the different prices because you have set the expectation that it's all the same price? Plus, the from indicates that there are more options which can people make curious and entice them to check out the different options. That's just how I would feel as the consumer.

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2 hours ago, kerstinmartin said:

There might be a way to do this with CSS but I don't know the code off the top of my head.

I am wondering though, why would you want to hide the 'from'? Is that not misleading when people then click on the dropdown list and see the different prices because you have set the expectation that it's all the same price? Plus, the from indicates that there are more options which can people make curious and entice them to check out the different options. That's just how I would feel as the consumer.

In this case, it's pretty straightforward. One variant is a single bottle of wine, the other is a case of 12 bottles, at a discount. Customers won't be let down, they'll be delighted at the opportunity to buy more and save.

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35 minutes ago, XianNewman said:

In this case, it's pretty straightforward. One variant is a single bottle of wine, the other is a case of 12 bottles, at a discount. Customers won't be let down, they'll be delighted at the opportunity to buy more and save.

then why not just keep the from?

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6 minutes ago, XianNewman said:

The vast majority will buy individual bottles (and the client asked)

That's fair! I don't know the CSS for this but I'd be surprised if it couldn't be done. @Chris.SE is great with CSS, maybe he has a quick solution! 

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