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    Is there a way to display by price range
    Lets say I am selling widgets and have several pages each at a certain price range say 0-$100, $100-$200, etc Is there a way to display the widgets on ebay within each price range on a different page
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    Quote Originally Posted by oranges
    Lets say I am selling widgets and have several pages each at a certain price range say 0-$100, $100-$200, etc Is there a way to display the widgets on ebay within each price range on a different page
    I do EPN sites using WordPress and the most useful plugin I've ever bought -- yes, it costs money, but it's worth it -- called phpBay Pro v. 3 . (That is NOT an affiliate link.) It's easy to do what you're suggesting with phpBay Pro. And, they have an API version for non-WordPress sites.

    If you're interested in phpBay Pro, I would ask you to PM me for the affiliate link before you buy. Hey, I'm always looking to make a buck.

    Seriously, I encourage you to look at phpbay pro if you've not seen it before. I've been building sites with it for several weeks and generated a bit of income. And, it does, indeed, do what you're asking for.
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    Yes. Use the ePN editor kit. Click "More search options" in the editor kit. You'll be presented with additional search options including a price range. Create individual editor kit code for each price range desired...



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    Thank you, I don't know why I hadn't seen it before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by writerguy
    I do EPN sites using WordPress and the most useful plugin I've ever bought -- yes, it costs money, but it's worth it -- called phpBay Pro v. 3 . (That is NOT an affiliate link.) It's easy to do what you're suggesting with phpBay Pro. And, they have an API version for non-WordPress sites.

    If you're interested in phpBay Pro, I would ask you to PM me for the affiliate link before you buy. Hey, I'm always looking to make a buck.

    Seriously, I encourage you to look at phpbay pro if you've not seen it before. I've been building sites with it for several weeks and generated a bit of income. And, it does, indeed, do what you're asking for.
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    Hey Gary, if you were to sell me on buying phpBay, I'd be glad to click on your link before purchasing. I know you're an enthusiast and not here blatantly pushing product.



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    My apologies, Celicaphile, if my post was out of line. I surely didn't intend to hype phpbay pro in improper fashion. I simply thought it might be a useful tool for the question as it was asked. I have had very little experience with using the Editor Kit from eBay and it simply didn't occur to me to seek a solution in that fashion.

    Boomer, thanks for your kind words in the matter.

    I truly do not wish to push any affiliate links here at ABW in any way that might 1) irritate my fellow members, or, 2) violates any ABW policies.
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