The uncosted sandwich

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Mistakenly I told one of my mates I would build a site for him - he delivers sandwiches..which are actually pretty tasty but that's not the reason for this.
I thought I would be clever and told him that I could list the sandwiches with prices and the sandwich booker could put in the number of each and get a total cost. Simple in excel but have now realised that Yola does not let the public change anything in the site....which is a bit of a bugger. I don't want to set up a 'shop' as no money is being taken.
Anybody any ideas???

Thanks

Ray
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Ray McMillan

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Emmy

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Hi Ray,

I am not sure how to set this up to calculate cost... but if you have the costs on there, and people were able to do the math themselves, you could set up a form for the ordering. In the form you could then have checkboxes or something for the items being ordered. Here is a link to more information on how to add a form: Adding Forms. Yola has integrated with both Wufoo and Form Assembly.

I hope this might help!

Emmy
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Ray McMillan

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Thanks Emmy
I have used the forms elsewhere but not really what I'm looking for, but thanks anyway

Cheers

Ray
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If you have some knowledge in html this would be an option. If your not too familiar with html just ask me or any body in this forum.

<form name=calc>
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<table>
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<tr><td colspan="3" width="75%"><input name="wtcalc" type="text"></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value=''" value="C" name="C" title="C"></td></tr>
04.
<tr><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='1'" value="1" name="1" title="1" ></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='2'" value="2" name="2" title="2" ></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='3'" value="3" name="3" title="3" ></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='+'" value="+" name="+" title="+" ></td></tr>
05.
<tr><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='4'" value="4" name="4" title="4" ></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='5'" value="5" name="5" title="5" ></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='6'" value="6" name="6" title="6" ></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='-'" value="-" name="-" title="-" ></td></tr>
06.
<tr><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='7'" value="7" name="7" title="7" ></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='8'" value="8" name="8" title="8" ></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='9'" value="9" name="9" title="9" ></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='*'" value="*" name="*" title="*" ></td></tr>
07.
<tr><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='.'" value="." name="." title="." ></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='0'" value="0" name="0" title="0" ></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value=eval(calc.wtcalc.value);" value="="></td><td width="25%"><input type="button" onClick="document.calc.wtcalc.value+='/'" value="/" name="/" title="/" ></td></tr>
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</table>
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</form>

This is actually just a simple html calculator. What you could do where it says "value=1" value="2" and so on is put different prices of the cost of the sandwiches.

Again, if you need further assistance, just ask :)
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Thanks lamb - I will try that...not particularly good on html but will have a bash

Cheers

Ray
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Your welcome. Just let me know if you need help.