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    Pay What You Want: Multivendor Marketplace App for Shopify

    We have introduced Pay what you want feature app within the Multivendor Marketplace App for Shopify.

    Pay what you want (PWYW) also known as Value-for-Value model is a pricing strategy where buyers pay their desired amount for a given commodity. A minimum (floor) price is set, and/or a suggested price may be indicated as guidance for the buyer.

    Pricing: This feature will have an additional charge of USD 10 per month over & above your current Multivendor Marketplace plan charges.

    Note: This feature is compatible with both Normal as well as Digital Products.

    Let’s move on to the installation & configuration process!

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    Installation

    Enable the following app by visiting:

    • Multi-Vendor Admin Panel
    • From the Dashboard, hover over the three dots on the top-right of the page
    • Click on Feature Apps
    • Search for ‘Pay What You Want‘ & click on ‘Enable
    • After accepting the charges, you’ll be good to configure the app!
    Feature_Apps_Admin-1

    Configuration: Code Pasting

    To make this feature display on the frontend, the admin needs to paste a few codes.

    The instructions with the codes will be given on the following page:
    Multivendor Admin Panel Configuration > Instruction for Marketplace

    Here, you’ll have these codes:

    Instructions_Admin

    Show Price input field in the product page: Copy the below-given code & paste it to product-template.liquid file.

    {% if product.tags contains 'wk_pay_what_you_want' %}
    <div class="wk_error_message" style="visibility:hidden">You have to Pay atleast <span id="wk_var_price"></span></div> 
    <div id="wk_custom_price_div" data-productid="{{ product.id }}" data-productprice="{{product}}">
    <input id="wk_variant_id" type="hidden" name="properties[wk_variant_id]" value="" >
    <input type="hidden" name="properties[wk_pay_what_you_want]" value="true" >
    <p class="wk_pay_what_you_want" style="visibility:visible">
    <label for="wk_custom_price">Enter price you want to pay</label>
    <input id="wk_custom_price" type="number" name="properties[wk_custom_price]" value="" >
    </p>
    </div>
    {% endif %}

    Hide pay what you want product price: Copy the below-given code & also, paste it to product-template.liquid theme page.

    {% unless product.tags contains 'wk_pay_what_you_want' %}<!--your price object -->{%endunless %}

    For adding code inside the class attribute of your Add to cart button: Copy the below-given code & paste it to product-template.liquid theme page.

     {% if product.tags contains 'wk_pay_what_you_want' and current_variant.available %} wk_choice_pay {%endif%}

    Add code inside attribute of your Add to cart button: Copy the below-given code & also, paste it to product-template.liquid theme page.

     {% if product.tags contains 'wk_pay_what_you_want' %} disabled {%endif%}

    For adding class to your quantity selector: Copy the below-given code & paste it to product-template.liquid theme page.

     wk_qty_selector

    Hide pay what you want product price from the search product page: Copy the below-given code & also, paste it to product-price.liquid theme page.

    {% unless product.tags contains 'wk_pay_what_you_want' %}<!--your price code -->{%endunless %}

    Calculate price form cart page for pay what you want product: Copy the below-given code & paste it to cart-template.liquid theme page. Above cart items loop.

    {% assign wk_pay_whatever_extra_price  = 0 %}

    Copy the below given code & also, paste it to cart-template.liquid theme page. Below cart items loop.

    {% if item.product.tags contains 'wk_pay_what_you_want' and item.properties['wk_custom_price'] %}<span class='wk_pay_what_you_want_count' style='display:none;'></span>{%endif%}

    Update price column: Copy the below given code & paste it to cart-template.liquid theme page.

    {% if item.product.tags contains 'wk_pay_what_you_want' and item.properties['wk_custom_price']%} 
    {{item.properties['wk_custom_price']| times: 100 | money }}
    {% else %}
    <!-- your price object -->
    {% endif %}

    To update Total price column: Copy the below given code & also, paste it to cart-template.liquid theme page.

    {% if item.product.tags contains 'wk_pay_what_you_want' and item.properties['wk_custom_price']%}
    {% assign pay_whatever_line_price  = item.properties['wk_custom_price'] | times:  <!-- item quantiy object--> | times: 100%}
    {{ pay_whatever_line_price | money }}
    {% assign wk_pay_whatever_extra_price = pay_whatever_line_price | minus: <!-- product total price object --> | plus: wk_pay_whatever_extra_price %}
    {% else %}
    {{<!-- product total price object --> | money}} 
    {% endif %}

    Update Sub Total price: Copy the below given code & paste it to cart-template.liquid theme page.

    {% if wk_pay_whatever_extra_price != 0%}{{<!-- cart total price object --> | plus: wk_pay_whatever_extra_price | money}} {%else%}{{ <!-- cart total price object --> | money }}{%endif%}

    To update Sub Total price: Add class to your checkout button on cart page cart-template.liquid theme page.

     wk_checkout_btn

    If you are having trouble while updating the codes, let us know by emailing at [email protected] or creating a ticket for the same at Webkul UV Desk. We’ll do it for you!

    Adding ‘Pay What You Want’ Product

    To add a product, visit Multivendor Marketplace Admin/Seller Panel > Products > Product Listing > Add Product.

    Now, while adding the product, you need choose product as Pay what you want Product.

    Screenshot_from_2020_05_05_17_02_32

    Other than this, add a minimum price to the product, enter the rest of the details and save.

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    Note:

    The normal products can be converted into PWYW products and vice-versa.

    Also, on the seller profile page, the prices for PWYW products don’t display. If you want to display them, add the following code to the seller profile theme:

    {if $pay_what_you_want_active && $value.type == 7} hidden {/if}

    Frontend

    Moreover, after adding all the codes, this is how the frontend will look like:

    collage

    If a customer tries to checkout after entering a price lesser than the minimum amount set from the backend, he will receive a message saying:
    “You must pay at least *minimum amount value*”

    This is all about the Pay What You Want feature app.

    Support: If you have any issues, please drop an email at [email protected] You can also create a ticket at  Webkul UV Desk.

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    2 comments

  • Jason Fischer
    Allow for digital content 🙂
    • Mansi Rana (Moderator)
      Hey Jason,

      Can you please elaborate on your comment? In case you mean digital products, this feature is compatible with both Normal as well as Digital Products.

      Regards,
      Mansi | Team Webkul

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