How to setup options for a payment field?

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    Asked on February 15, 2017 at 03:00 AM

    I am trying to create a form for customers to place an order. I have 15 products I want to sell with their own individual prices. I want people to select the amount of the product 001 by typing the amount in or to use a dropbox and then in the same line gives you the total value. ex

    (001) Smoked Viennas (5kg) - R125.00 each      - [x5]     Total: R 625.00 (South African Rands)


    Then when the client goes to the next line he must also select the amount and it will spit out another total

    (002) Smoked Viennas (2.5kg) - R65.00 each    - [x1]     Total: R 65.00 (South African Rands)


    Then on the last row it must say: Amount payable by you: =sum(product001+product002) = R 690.00


    I tried to use the form calculator, and got the values to add up, but when I get the notification email. It does not show the entry unless I make each field a required field. I do not want to make each field a required field but would like all the information that i have included in the form incl the form calculation on the email I receive for the order.




    (001) Smoked Viennas (5kg) - R125.00 each

     (002) Smoked Viennas (2.5kg) - R65.00 each

    (003) Yababa (5kg) - R125.00 each

    (004) - Yababa (2.5kg) - R65.00 each

     (005) French Sliced Polony (2kg) - R45.00

     (006) French Unsliced Polony (2.5kg) - R45.00

     (007) Chicken Roll (1kg) - R29.00 each

    (008) Cheese Russian (1kg) - R48.00 each

     (009) Burger Patties (600g) - R20.00 each

    (010) Cumpatca Sausages (4kg) - R120.00 each

    (011) Hero Wors (2kg) - 65.00

    (012) Hero Wors (500g) - R18.00 each

    (013) East Coast Russian Beefies (5kg) - R120.00

     (014) Shoulder Bacon (1kg) - R80.00

    (015) Popsicles (24 Lollies) - R8.00 each


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    Answered on February 15, 2017 at 04:47 AM

    Use a Payment Processor to achieve this. All Payment Processors we integrate with allow you to add options to each product (separate and independent per product too).

    Complete guide: How-to-Add-Options-to-Payment-Forms

    But first, you have to decide which payment processor to use. Here's the complete list:

    If all you need is some sort of Payment Authorization (e.g. charge your users at a later date), then your choices would be limited to Stripe, Paypal or

    Complete guide: How-to-Enable-Payment-Authorization 

    In case you're not sure which one will work for you, I recommend reading this article: Which-Payment-Processor-is-Right-for-Your-Business