Please, need Help with adding checkbox select options which calculates and adds to add to card

Hello guys!

I need your help!

  1. I am building website for my pizza shop and I need your help to add checkbox selection which adds toppings to the pizza and adds additional topping charges on top of actual pizza price.

  2. How can I add an feature which lets customers TIP my drivers. I can see only discounts but there is no feature adding TIPs upon checkout.

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Thank you all! :slight_smile:
I really appreciate your help!

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Currently, you can add up to three variants so what you could do is make three dropdowns with all the ingredients in each. Then all you need to do is add a price for each variant combination.

For tipping, a workaround I found was to add a product and name it Add Tip. Then add a variant with prices broken down into $2.50 increments. It’s not perfect, but it worked for a restaurant I work with.

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Hey Zane!

Thank you very much for your help. I was also thinking exactly the same. The thing is customers are used to Tip when placing the order at checkout with %, number or cash options. I think there is no other way around but using custom code in Webflow. With the checkboxes I will do as you said!


Great tip! Any suggestion for adding additional fee’s to each product?

My ecommerce site sells cases of wine and need to include a $0.20 / per bottle fee at the checkout. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

I found this tutorial which calculates the checkboxes and submits them to Mailchimp using embedding custom code.

Hope it helps!

I wish I had something better than adding 20 cents to the price and adding a disclaimer underneath. Where do you live where you’d need to add the bottle charge?

I’ll check this out, thank you!

Yeah that’s what I thought of but the problem is that depending on the case size, the price is different. $1.20 for case of 6, $2.40 for case of 12. So it would have to be pulling that from each product and adding it to the final cost.

I figured that could work, IF I could create some sort of CMS text element that adds the sum of those numbers for each product added to the cart. But I don’t think that’s possible.

I live in Toronto, ON. My client told me that it is required by law to disclaim the bottle deposit cost. Not sure if that’s entirely true, but I have to take his word for it.

My last solution was to simply indicate on the checkout that $0.20 has been added to the cost of each bottle. But my client wants it to be added at the checkout and shown in a price breakdown. Instead of adding it to total cost and adding a disclaimer.