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Replied by judygodec August 14, 2014no function to distinguish between counties within a state?
i've seen numerous questions about this but the wix team seems to be evading the question of how to properly charge tax FOR DIFFERENT COUNTIES WITHIN THE HOME STATE. if wix does not support different county tax rates within a state, i wish you would just answer saying you don't support it. if you do support it, please explain for all the posters, myself included, how to do it.
Replied by ultraskincareaz August 3, 2014Pay Pal Information
I like the fact you have Pay Pal on the site I am creating. My question: When I make a sale will Pay Pal generate a shipping label? How will the shipping cost be determined? I want to have a USPS tracking number for each sale. Will Pay Pal add a tracking number? What are the fees?
Basically in a nut shell, tell me the step by step process from time of customer purchase to time of mailing their order.
Replied by currynpepper June 29, 2014
When I set my shipping rules based on weight and check out items, it does not apply the rules based on the weight. It always pick up only the first rule by weight.
e.g. 0-2 lb -> 5
2-5 lb ->10
If I select something that weighs 2.5 pounds, the shipping amount that is applied is still $5 instead of $10.
Replied by intunewitfashion June 26, 2014
I would like to have the option of offeing a shipping calculator that automatically calculates the shipping for the person based on where they live. I've seen it on other websites where the customer selects there state from a drop down box and the shipping is then addeded to the cost. Is there anyone to do this. or can someone please help me with shipping charges. I have not been able to launch this website because I've been stuck trying to figure out the best way to do this, so that its fair and easy enough to figure out for my customers. In additon, the merchandise is being shipped from NJ, so do i just charge NJ residents 7% tax and every other state 8.25% or whatever NY state tax is, I'm a bit confused on this as well. I'm thinking I have to set up special rules for all the states within the U.S. Please HELP!!
Replied by unigown May 31, 2014
In my store, I want to have the following shipment feature rather than simply rules of post (price/weight). Can I? I expect my shipment option looks like this:
standard post ($11)
delivery by our team ($5)
Please help with it ASAP.
Replied by KLIVA May 28, 2014
I visited a site that had a shipping calculator-
Shipping rates calculator- fill in info to-
Country State Zip/postal Code click on Button "Calculate Shipping Rates"
Then a drop down list of shipping rates appear- listing USPS and UPS rates. (7 shipping rates available for the Zip, State and Country)
Is this a special app? one has to add to website? It looked like the website, this was on, was built on Shopify.
The products I sell are all different sizes and weights and the way the shipping calculator works on Wix seems impossible to create.
I am hoping I am just not understanding something. Please help. I have loved everything else about setting up my e-commerce site so far.
Replied by MRS. JESSIE'S BOUTIQUE May 8, 2014
Do you have any suggestions for different shipping rates depending on quantity (not weight, or price).
I want the first item to be a fixed amount
and additional items to be a fixed amount.
Could you please suggest how I can go about doing this>
Replied by peerko May 3, 2014
Hello, I would like to know, if possible to add one decimal place in weight. Kilogram is too big constant for our products. We sell goods in weights about grams. One item can have several grams od 20. or 30 or 150g. So and shipping fees are also calculated so.
In case of shipping rule I need to create one "free of charge" - lets say, for goods with weight of 1g. I plan to use is for selling the "gift vouchers" with weight 1g and it means there will be no shipping fee.
So, the three decilmal places should be fine od add a new unit: grams
Replied by pogaplayer April 17, 2014
I ship my product using flat rate. I can't seem to find a way to change the shipping amount with every order they order. SO for instance if they only order 1 set of 6 lollipops, the shipping will be 6.25 If they order 2 or more sets I need the shipping amount to increase. I am so confused.. Your store making should be a lot more explanatory on shipping.. Help....