Get access to "Country Taxes" in the check out form to change it to what ever is needed

For now "country Taxes" is not available in the check out form to change the wording. This line is just appearing in the real life web site. Can we have access to it? 

  • Caleosol Freeheat
  • Feb 1 2019
  • Reviewed
  • Stefan Weber commented
    10 Feb 09:55am

    needs to be resolved. There is a world outside of the US and English speaking markets....

  • John Matias commented
    4 Oct, 2022 12:22am

    Adding another vote for this to be resolved.

  • Drains to Ocean commented
    14 Sep, 2022 10:22pm

    It's now 2022 and apparently they havent fixed this? Did anyone get a workaround to it? I just launched my new non profits website and will not announce its live until this gets fixed. Thanks!

  • Elizabeth Gunter commented
    16 Aug, 2022 03:48pm

    There needs to be a single line that says Sales tax. This is the sort of problem that will make my clients pull the plug. I'm holding off on building any more ecommerce store on this platform beacuse of it and its such a shame.

  • Alexis Kraus commented
    26 May, 2022 05:16pm

    Grrr... I was wondering why people in one city weren't buying our products. Now I know why: Because Webflow is requiring that we show taxes that don't apply to the buyer. This is NOT STANDARD ECOMMERCE taxation practice ! My client wants me to move to Shopify and I really don't want to have to do that but I may not have a choice now until this 4 year old known bug is resolved by Webflow.

  • Yadira Ohlrogge commented
    14 May, 2021 05:11am

    The buyer should only see one line that says "Sales Tax". This is what happens when you let accountants do the UX. Design a feature that allows you to combine the three or more taxes to one line. Only the seller should see the breakdown. If maybe you want the buyer to have the option to view the breakdown of taxes afterwards, fine, but that can be an entirely different option that you can provide the buyer with but not readily viewable. My customers will right away feel like they're being nickeled and dime to death and bail. Something will not feel right to them because we are just not used to seeing this. This is not standard practice when we purchase stuff online.

  • Andreas Bahcecioglu commented
    19 Mar, 2021 05:39pm


    document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded", function(event) {

    const extraItemsWrappers = document.getElementsByClassName("w-commerce-commercecheckoutordersummaryextraitemslist")

    if (!extraItemsWrappers || extraItemsWrappers.length !== 1) {



    const extraItemsWrapper = extraItemsWrappers[0]

    const observer = new MutationObserver(function() {

    const extraItems = document.getElementsByClassName("w-commerce-commercecheckoutordersummaryextraitemslistitem")

    if (!extraItems) {



    extraItems.forEach(function(extraItem) {

    const extraItemLabel = extraItem.children[0]

    if (extraItemLabel.innerText == "Country Taxes") {

    extraItemLabel.innerText = "MwSt."




    observer.observe(extraItemsWrapper, {

    childList: true,

    subtree: true




  • Julian Galluzzo commented
    10 Dec, 2020 03:42pm

    why can we not just write our own tax formula??

  • Pattterns commented
    28 Sep, 2020 11:58am

    This is a MUST if your page is not in english. We need this ASAP!

  • Jane Fennessy commented
    30 Jun, 2020 12:18am

    Urgh! This is the kind of thing that will make my client pull the plug! Come on WebFlow!!

  • Housseynou Fall commented
    17 Jun, 2020 05:02am


  • Rithvik Gujjula commented
    26 Apr, 2020 05:03am

    Combine all taxes into one which is a standard practice, similar to Amazon. Need this feature ASAP.

  • Emil Villumsen commented
    24 Apr, 2020 11:51am

    Very Wordpress'y, hope they fix it ASAP

  • Neil Newnham commented
    20 Apr, 2020 10:39am

    How has this not got more votes? It's baffling how this is not an option.

  • Joel Cornéer commented
    13 Feb, 2020 08:55am


  • Nick Bohlen commented
    12 Aug, 2019 04:22pm

    Yes! It's a Must have. In Germany we need it to be called "Inklusive MwSt. (19%)"

  • Hamish Maclean commented
    1 Mar, 2019 01:33pm

    Yes. I need taxes to be GST

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