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Add To Cart Button

Thread began 7/05/2011 5:12 pm by admin394099 | Last modified 7/06/2011 1:50 pm by admin394099 | 1374 views | 10 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

before starting with eCart and adding the add to cart buttons, you need to have set up the stores catalog.

the catalog displays the items that are available for sale on your site.

this is the note at the top of the eCart getting started guide:

  NOTE: eCart does not create your complete online store. It only creates the shopping cart and checkout functionality that must be applied to your website, in order for customers to make purchases, and for your website to process credit card details. You should probably have already set up your product catalog, or the page that you will use to advertise your products.

For more information on creating a product catalog, see the DataAssist Getting Started Guide  

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