Discussion on Simple Price Calculator

Discussion on Simple Price Calculator

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Hi! In the email, you can see from which page of the site the order was sent? And is there any protection against spambots? Thanks!

Hi, the email form is a basic template so it doesn’t show the page but you can customize it to. The same would go for protection against spambots.

Hi! An incomplete script! It’s hard for those who are not very familiar with programming! Why are you not developing the project further? You could have more sales if you update it more often.

Thanks for your feedback. I plan on updating the plugin at some point but welcome any suggestions you may have. This is a JS script so it focuses more on the price calculator part. The e-mail is handled by a different programming language but I included a sample script to get users started.

Thanks you for the script – how do you change the location of the details and the total shown in the side bar?

No problem, thanks for your purchase! Sorry for the delay as I missed your comment but you need to add/remove the fixed-total class to the sidebar depending on where you would like it to show up

Hi, for how many users can use this plugin with a Single Regular License?

All single regular licenses are for one user on codecanyon. You would have to purchase an extended license to use on multiple sites

Hey. I just bought your script. There is a problem. Emails do not come. I used your standard form from examples. My email is set up in the emailform.php file.

I sent you an email 2 days ago. Will you help me?

I already responded to your email. Double check your inbox and possibly your spam folder

Thank. The email was in spam. I answered you. The message may be in spam. It contains an archive link

Hey, I want to add some forms in my website to get the emails of my users. You can check here my website. Can you suggest which style of form I should to use?

Sorry for the delayed response. I must have missed this message. The demo suggests 4 different styles so choose the one best for you but it’s always safe to go with the standard demo layout.

Hello wonder can you integrate to opencart?

The plugin is based on jQuery so it may be possible but a customization is required. Unfortunately, I’m not familiar with how opencart works to assist you.


Can you please help me do a division with this? I need to divide a variable by another, I mean the value reached through a calculation by a value reached through another calculation

In the screenshot below, the days open per term is the number of days open multiplied by the weeks in 48 months. 156.429

I need to divide the equipment cost with the number of days open to find out the cost per day (and later I need to divide that with another value)

Really appreciate your help and support

No problem! Please e-mail for support with the calculator. To quickly answer your question, a customization to the calculator is probably easier but it’s also possible by using the data-mult-ids field. Just multiply with a fraction for division. The documentation provides some examples on how to use this attribute.

How to multiply <option> values? data-mult is not working.

Try using data-mult within the select tag. If you still have trouble, please e-mail me at with the code you are using so I can better assist.

Thanks for Your help. But I want to use select tag to multiply form. I don’t want to write it by myself. Can You help with that?

When I click the submit button I get ”Form submission has been disabled for demo purposes” How do I enable so that it could submit to an email address?

Thanks for your purchase! The best way to understand the e-mail functionality is to use the pizza-ajaxexample.html sample file. It also links to a php file called emailform.php. This should get you started but requires editing some items to get started (specifically the e-mail address in the emailform file).

Thanks. It’s working fine.

Can you tell me if your form would allow me to enter different prices for items depending on the quantity ordered? e.g. for up to 10, £2 per item, for 11-30, £1 per item etc. Also is it suitable for a responsive design?

The form doesn’t support conditional pricing but it is suitable for responsive design. However, It’s still possible to customize in conditional pricing if necessary. I have done it for a few buyers so if interested, feel free to reach out via e-mail.

Thank you for replying so quickly. I’ll have a go.

How do i increase the total or a attribute value by percent?

You should be able to using the data-mult attribute but it will increase the entire total. If you still have trouble with this, please send an e-mail to Thanks!

Looking at the multi select pizza order form I was under the impression that i can select [a] multiple sizes of pizzas and then [b] add toppings, etc for a number of pizza(sizes), accordingly. it’s very unlikely that someone orders 10 small pizzas only and al with the same toppings. not sure if I make sense but if, then my question is: Is it possible to achieve that?

For example: I order 3 small and 4 large pzzas from the 3 small I like 2 with …toppings and 1 with …toppings from the 4 large I like 1 with …, 1 with …, and 2 with …toppings all in all I like to add 5 cokes and 2 garlic bread.


Thanks for the feedback! I understand where you are coming from. It’s a very basic example but with some customizations to the form, it’s definitely possible to achieve a result where multiple pizzas and sizes can be ordered.

Hi! I bought your form and desperately trying to modify it to suit my needs. The calculation is giving wrong total result. Please check at and provide some help please. Thank you.

Thanks for your purchase! Please e-mail going forward so I can better address your concern. Looking at the link you provided, it looks like you are using the wrong attribute. Data-mult multiples the entire form so you may want to consider using the data-mult-id attribute instead.

There is a bug. If you follow directions and remove the fixed-total class, it still adds the sidebar “Move total below form” when it should remove it completely. Is there somewhere in the JS file to remove it if the class is not present? As it stands, having the box to the side wrecks the site design layout.

Thanks for the reply. I will upload it to a live site as its currently on local machine. There is another problem too. If you create a long form and add a reset button to it (<input type=”reset” value=”Reset” />) the button will reset the form, but not clear the actual data from the Total Box.

Nevermind, I fixed it.

Your documentation is missing a variable. You have to also remove: <a href="#" class="changeside">Move total below form</a>

From the page as well.

I would still like for you to get an update to this project to include a Reset button that not only clears the form, but the Total box and included data.

Glad you were able to fix! The changeside class was only meant for the demo and not the example projects so I’m guessing that’s why you experienced some difficulty.

Regarding the Reset button, it’s something I will look into for the next update. Thanks for the suggestion!

Hello again – is it possible to access the total (essentially what is contained in <label id=”simple-price-total-num”> XXX </label>) and perform a further calculation on it?

I’m calculating an annual charge in the total and want to show how much it would be monthly – so just want to divide the total / 12.


Yes, this is possible with a customization. If you wish to only show the total divided by 12, you can modify the js file total variable to display the total/12 or if you wish to continue displaying the annual charge, I would recommend creating a separate div that grabs the total and then divides it by 12. Hope this helps but feel free to send me an e-mail if you need further support.

Help configure the script. Documentation did not help. Make a video example of setting up and sending a letter. Thank you.

Sorry for the confusion. I just responded back to the e-mail you sent and will provide support there to answer your questions.

Is it possible to have just a single input box where you enter a number, the total then shows the number multiplied by a set amount.

So for example it might be to allow the user to request 7 hours of support at $50 an hour. The user would then see in the totals “Support services: $350”

Yes, this is possible. With the latest update, there are now two ways to accomplish this as opposed to one. I’ll send you an e-mail with the details.


Great but I think there is a bug with the ‘detailslabel’ where the descriptions appear in the summary – it is not rendering details for items from checkbox/radio buttons, but is rendering for select dropdown lists? The issue is evident in the example web estimate form (not on this site but on the downloaded files after purchase).

Thanks for purchasing! I just responded to your e-mail and I’m currently looking into the issue. The plugin was updated over the weekend so I’m pretty sure it’s related to that. I’ll update the files once resolved.

That’s fixed it. Great support, thank you.

Every time I click the submit button I get “Form submission has been disabled for demo purposes” How do I enable so that it could submit to an email address?

Thanks for purchasing! I just responded to your e-mail with specifics on how you can modify.

Hey, i ve the wordpress Version of the Plugin. But is there a Version, which is working with Woocommerce too? So like to direct buy?

No Woocommerce version unfortunately. I actually started working on a Woocommerce version a while back but never finished. I may be able to customize using that as a starting point but have no plans to release an official version at the moment.


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