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Add to cart in Internet Explorer

Thread began 7/19/2011 2:00 pm by johna1964 | Last modified 7/20/2011 1:02 pm by johna1964 | 993 views | 6 replies


IE is working like this: After selecting more than one add to cart item, you can rollover the view cart button without clicking to go to cart. The act of rolling over the view cart button automatically calculates the sum (of more than one item) and you see the total of those items without the need to view the cart every time you add additional items. This is what I'd expect in Firefox and Safari.

I believe the following code is responsible for generating this behavior:

<p><a href="../cart.php"><img src="../WA_eCart/Images/Tahiti Sea/Btn5_EN_viewcart.gif" border="0" class="eC_ImageButton" value="View Cart" name="eCart1_View_1" alt="Total: <?php echo WA_eCart_DisplayMoney($eCart1, $eCart1->GrandTotal()); ?>" /></a></p>

I may be incorrect about this being the generating code, but IE provides the grand total by rolling over the view cart button...

It's a convenient preview of your cart before you go through checkout, so you can continue to shop without constantly viewing your cart and returning to continue shopping.

I would prefer this behavior, instead of continuously redirecting to the cart page every time you add something to the cart.

Thank you for looking into this...if I need to add code or something to make it work across all browsers, let me know...I'd love to make it work...

This next paragraph is an issue with the same pages...maybe you'll see the same thing: Only IE is showing the first record, last record, and total records with the arrow buttons (product navigation). I'm sorry, I just noticed this. I checked in FF, Safari, and also Chrome...none of these are showing product navigation....



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