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I installed a new module on my back-office different than the email templates manager module. However, I got this message:
[PrestaShop] Fatal error in module Module.php(1096) : eval()'d :
syntax error, unexpected T_STRING
I'm lost and don't know what to do. Do you have any solutions?
Error thrown: [object Object]
Text status: parsererror\
can u plz give me a solution to my pblm.
SO how can i add charges to carriers
Having TWO major problems here...
First, as the topic says, my Paypal button doesn't have any visuals. It really is boring to look at.
Second, can i somehow change the pricing to have default for 24% VAT? I really want the tax to be included so i dont have to charge the customer "extra".
Thank you so much in advance! I have provided you with a picture of the problem.
The way it works now is, if a customer logs into his/her account and their delivery address matches the state where taxes must be collected, the prices for all products site-wide are increased by an amount that approximates the tax (it's not even the correct amount); this is without adding any items to the cart. It should not be this way, in the USA at least. Product prices should never be adjusted by taxes. Taxes should only be displayed during checkout.
When products are added, the tax rule is selected in the Prices section.
Localization > Taxes and Tax Rules, only the state where taxes must be collected is enabled.
In Customers > Groups > Customer, Price display method "Tax excluded" is selected.
Under Tax Rules for the state, I added a new tax rule to apply "This tax only" to United States, Massachusetts with the corresponding tax.
Downloading the location pack with "Change the behavior of the taxes displayed to the groups" checked had no effect.
Using a custom theme or default-bootstrap made no difference.
Clearing the cache had no effect.
Can anyone confirm that PrestaShop 1.6 has the ability to add a tax for a single state and show this tax only during checkout?
Briefly, I have a Prestashop site and had to disable friendly URL's. Now Google keeps showing duplicate pages, one with friendly URL and one without. It seems even though I turned off friendly URL's, Prestahsop still generates those pages for the sitemap.
(more on Prestashop in my next question ... please take a look ... thanks!!!)
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