Hi, Ok, sorry for the vagueness of my question title. This is what I have got and the problem. I have a site under development in which a user can upload images. These images can then be sold as a downloadable product or as a real print. Currently on my site, a user can upload their images for sale(physical prints) or for download, on the upload screen their are two boxes for the prices. One price is for image downloads(depicted by dprice) and the other price is for image sales(depicted by price) A user enters a price for their download and one for their prints. Users can also select different sizes that they want their image to be on sale at(A4,A3 etc), different prices for different sizes, the user does not worry about this because all they do is enter one price. It works be the admin setting a "base" price for each size, say £10 for A4 and £12 for A3, a user the enters the price he thinks his image is worth say £5, then he if selects the available sizes as A3 and A4 his images will be £15 for A4 and £17 for A3. It is base price + user price. On the "browse art" page when a customer selects a product, there is a dropdown box, this box adds together the base price + whatever size has been selected from the drop down box. OK, hope everyone is still with me. My problem is that the "download option" in the drop down box is returning the wrong value, it is supposed to add the download price(on upload screen) to the download base price but what is happening is, it is adding the print price(on upload page) to the download base price. So basically I do not know why it is doing it, I didn't write the script so I am unsure exactly what I am looking at, I really hope someone can help. This is an urgent job and I need it done within 24hours. Thanks.
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