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PrestaShop, displaying "(tax included)" next to the price of a product

Posted on 2013-12-05
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We're using PrestaShop 1.5.4.1

Is it possible to display "(tax included)" next to the price (final retail price) of a product at its product page, and maybe also in the category view where the product is listed?

Thanks in advance.
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I've never used PrestaShop, so I can't say for certain, but according to this PrestaShop forum post, you edit /themes/default/product.tpl and remove the comment markers (the <!-- and -->) from around these lines:

<!--{if $tax_enabled  && ((isset($display_tax_label) && $display_tax_label == 1) OR !isset($display_tax_label))}
	  {if $priceDisplay == 1}{l s='tax excl.'}{else}{l s='tax incl.'}{/if}
	 {/if}-->

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<!-- {if $tax_enabled && $display_tax_label == 1}
	   {if $priceDisplay == 1}{l s='tax excl.'}{else}{l s='tax incl.'}{/if}
	  {/if} -->

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