So did you look into my suggestion for you?
There is no right or wrong way, just different ways.
Ebay and Etsy use percentage fees and they're pretty successful.
Our sales listings have around 20–30 custom fields. Some are required, like adding a photo, describing the item’s condition and saying the year it was made.
The problem is, the same form is used for a Wanted advert as is used in a For Sale advert. Someone who’s buyng isn’t going to have photos and may not care about the year. They will need different fields, for example to say how much they’re willing to pay.
So as a feature request, it would be nice if you were forced to select the advert type up front, and then see different fields depending on what type you used.
And on the back end, keep it organized by category the same as it is now, but when you click the field and see the options, or you create a field for the first time, it would have a dropdown for For Sale/Trade/Wanted.
The most pragmatic way would be that every sold item can be flagged as sold and then automatically changes the "For Sale" indicator (badge) next to the title to "SOLD!" (badge). Maybe the Title is then also modified as
strike-throughin addition to that.
This should be implemented in our upcoming version (if that version is not a bug fix)
The button will disappear if you set "Can upload attachment" permission to No.Would it be possible to add an option to disable it?
Yes, makes sense2. Would it be possible to hide "Listing fee, Renewal fee" and add "Free" to the "Package price:" for free packages? I'm using the "flat fee" option above with a pricing of "0,00€". There's probably (?) no need to display the package pricing summary if the package is free.
I'll add one right below the "Upload Images" button3. Would it be a good idea to display the maximum number of allowed images for galleries? This can easily be solved by manually modifying the phrasing. But I thought I should mention it anyway.