I don't know how else to phrase that!
I'm finishing up a site right now, and the client is trying to get me to figure out a way to implement her "best seller" on the online cart. She's a photographer, and has has well over 250 images in her products on the site right now (soon to go live).
Right now, it's set up so that every image can be priced by attribute - you can buy a 5"x7" image, an 8"x10" image, or the image as a single greeting card with an envelope. You make your choice, add it to the cart, and there you go.
She also has 4 sets of pre-selected images that are sold as 10 greeting cards in a box.
What she would *like* to do is have the end user be able to "create their own set" of greeting cards. They should be able to peruse through the site and select 10 (of the over 250) images to be placed on 10 different greeting cards.
I attempted to use the "wishlist" thing, thinking that maybe we change it to "favorites" and have the end user add images they like to their "favorites" list - then at the end they could choose 10 of them and "create their own set". Unfortunately the wishlist thing doesn't work with attributes - and all I *really* wanted was the *image* added - not the product itself - but we couldn't figure out how to get that going.
So now she's wanting to know if it's possible for the end user to select 10 of the individual greeting cards, and when they go to checkout, if the ZenCart would somehow "know" that - "hey, you've got 10 greeting cards here, if you make it a set, then it'll be cheaper on you."
She was thinking maybe there would be some sort of "call for pricing" notification we could enable - but I think it would be better if, somehow, ZenCart could "notice" that 10 cards were chosen, and you *can* make a set, and ZenCart could ask "would you like to combine these into a set?" and if the end user chooses "yes", then it would convert it to a "create-your-own" set kind of thing.
Man, I hope all that made sense!
Anyway, would anyone know if there's something like this that would work? Believe me, we aren't married to this idea - if anyone has any better (and more workable) solutions, that'd be great, too! But if this can be done, can someone point me in the right direction, please?