Buying One Product Can "block" Another

Discussion in 'Pre-Sales Questions' started by gswaim, Jan 18, 2004.

  1. gswaim

    gswaim CGI-Central Partner

    Jul 2, 2003
    Alex and others,

    I plan on using aMember Pro to sell access to online training. I will offer the training as follows:

    Choice 1: Access to Training Module 1 for 60 days for $XX
    Choice 2: Access to Training Module 2 for 60 days for $XX
    Choice 3: Access to Training Module 3 for 60 days for $XX
    Choice 4: Access to Training Module 4 for 60 days for $XX
    Choice 5: Access to Training Module 5 for 60 days for $XX

    Choice 6: Access to all Training Modules for 6 Months for $XX
    Choice 7: Access to all Training Modules for 1 Year for $XX

    My problem is if I set this up for multiple product choice (so a customer can buy more than one of the 1-5 choices), they accidently could end up buying a 1-5 choice and then buy a 6 or 7 choice that would include the 1-5 choice.

    To state this another (maybe simpler way), could Choices 1-5 have checkboxes, yet have the whole group set up with a radio button in competition with choices 6 and 7. This way if a customer bought either Choice 6 or 7, it would not allow them to buy 1-5.

    If aMember Pro will not do this as programmed, is this a "doable" custom job?

    Thanks in advance for the help!

    Grant Swaim
  2. alex-adm

    alex-adm Guest

    It can be done (at least on the signup page) as simple HTML/JavaScript customization.
    Contact for details.

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