Best offer is not an options it is a string used when someone does not put a price in the price field. There is no way to require price unless you modify the uploadproduct template I suppose adding this in bold.
Sorry to say but that file edit doesn't seem to work. I want to remove the ability for anyone to choose 'Best Offer', I want all the ads to have some form of asking price.
The file edit above only checks for the price field being left blank, if you enter '0' then you still get 'Best Offer'.
EDIT: To change the 'Asking price' field label, go into your 'Languages' folder, then either edit the relevant language file (for me it was 'english.php'), then find the '$Globals['pp_lang']['price']' varible.
EDIT 2: As per the above file edit in Chuck's post. If you want stop people entering "0" as a price use the following edit:
Content visible to verified customers only.
If you simply want to force users to enter a number, be it 0 or not, then use Chuck's original version.
By the way, the file you need to edit is the 'uploadproduct.tmpl' in the 'Templates' folder.
Last edited by jammy_basturd; March 12th, 2009 at 08:50 AM.
The problem I've found on my forum is that a lot of people just put 'offers' because they can't be bothered to research how much an item is worth. We've now made this against our advertising rules, all adverts must have a price.
I agree, for the many, this edit will not be needed, but thought I'd post up some variations if anyone is in the same boat as myself.