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Add $5.00 amount to shopping cart total when checkbox is selected

Posted on 2012-12-27
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I want the cart total to apply an additional $5.00 charge when the txtBwayEDUGift checkbox is selected. I would also like to have the ability to have that charge removed if users deselect the txtBwayEDUGift checkbox. I've attached my aspx page, lines 11-233 is where you will find a javascript tag function that calculates the order total.

Thank you.
ConfirmBwaySeatDetails.aspx
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by:Manoj Patil
ID: 38725134
Try this javascript

function AddAmount(checkbox)
{
    if (checkbox.checked)
    {
        var txtCartTotal= document.getElementById("txtCartValue");
        int temp=txtCartTotal.value + 5;
    }
    else
    {
       var txtCartTotal= document.getElementById("txtCartValue");
        int temp=txtCartTotal.value - 5;
    }
}

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HTML CODE -
<input type="checkbox" name="txtBwayEDUGift" onclick="AddAmount(this)" />

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by:is_staff
ID: 38725151
Okay, I'll give it a shot and let you know the results. You may not hear back from me until tomorrow morning. Thank you!
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by:is_staff
ID: 38727472
Hi there,

So after applying your code I went to debug and encountered the following instances:

Sample1 - Cart is not adding $5.oo to total.
Sample2 - Is the message i received when I unchecked the check box.
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by:Manoj Patil
ID: 38727769
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by:is_staff
ID: 38728026
Hmm.. this didnt help me. If you have any other thoughts I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you
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by:Manoj Patil
ID: 38728177
Get the Code from same site
See example here.
http://jsbin.com/abukor/2
It displaying the alert message. You can edit it by my previous code.
For addition you first need to parse the text box value like

int temp1=parseInt(txtCartTotal.value,0) + 5;
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by:is_staff
ID: 38728201
Thank you for your response. I'm having difficulty interpreting the examples you provided.  Maybe I am overlooking something? To my understanding, the examples provide a pop up message and that is not what i am looking for. I was hoping to enable javascript to add a $5.00 amount to the cart total.
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by:Gustav Brock
ID: 38731051
I would use your calculator function to handle this:

function AddAmount(checkbox)
{
    var action = "";
    var dGift = 5;
    if (checkbox.checked)
    {
        action = "A";
    }
    else
    {
        action = "S";
    }
    calculateTotal(gift, action)
}

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/gustav
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by:is_staff
ID: 38732583
Okay, I'll give it a shot and let you know my result. Thank you.
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by:is_staff
ID: 38736751
cactus_data -

Thank you for your input. I tested your code. The cart total is now including the additional $5.00 charge. When the checkbox is unchecked, it is reducing the amount in the cart total, however, it is not reducing the subscription price. See my attached screen shots for further clarification.

Thank you.
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by:is_staff
ID: 38742052
I added the following code:

<input type="checkbox" name="txtBwayEDUGift" onchange="checkboxAdd(this);" checked="checked" />
<script type="text/javascript">
function checkboxAdd( ctl ){
 if(ctl.checked == true ){
   calculateTotal(5, "A");
  } else {
   calculateTotal( 5, "S");
  }
} 

It appears the functionality is there and is working to an extent. But instead of adding the $5.00 charge to the order, it is instead keeping the orginal amount and only reducing the amount when unchecked. It is not adding the $5.00 to the order amount when checked. Please see my screenshots attached. With the $5.00 added the order amount should be $1,126.00 in my example. I hope this makes sense. Please help in anyway possible. thank you.


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by:Gustav Brock
ID: 38743588
I don't know, but you could use a similar technique to adjust the other (total)field.

/gustav
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by:is_staff
ID: 38743800
how so?
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is_staff earned 0 total points
ID: 38755123
got it. I needed to add jquery to make it work:

function load()
{
alert("Page is loaded");
}
</script>
</head>

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<body onload="load()">

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I also needed to add this to my c# page:

if (txtBwayEDUGift.Checked)
            {
                addDonations(5.00m, 93);
            }

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by:Gustav Brock
ID: 38755200
Great!

/gustav
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by:is_staff
ID: 38771593
discovered answer by adding jquery and c# code to existing solution.
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