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Hi,

 

I'm currently setting up my shop on squarespace, in order to sell prints. Is there any way I can individually price sub-options within options ?

 

By example, i'd like to have three drop-down menus on a product, each being a kind of paper. So customers choose their kind of paper first, then they roll down the menu of said paper and choose a size for the print (30x90, 15x45.... etc). And depending on the size they choose, the price is set accordingly obviously. Unfortunately, i think it is only possible to price an option in general, right ? (here a kind of paper, without being able to price each print size individually in each paper drop-down menu)

 

Is there any way for me to achieve what i've mentioned ? (I can re-explain if I wasn't clear)

 

Thanks,

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6 hours ago, Greg_pns said:

i'd like to have three drop-down menus on a product, each being a kind of paper. So customers choose their kind of paper first, then they roll down the menu of said paper and choose a size for the print (30x90, 15x45.... etc).

To add multiple drop-down menus for a product (for example, Size and Paper type) add multiple variants. When you create multiple variants, they appear in separate drop-down menus on a product's page. In the product editor, they appear in multiple rows so you can manage pricing and stock levels for each option.

See Adding product variants. You can add details of the additional cost to the title of each option to help customers. For example, add an option called “30 x 90 (+ €30)”.

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