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Getting started with ecart

Thread began 8/08/2011 9:42 am by sjuno299871 | Last modified 8/08/2011 12:37 pm by sjuno299871 | 583 views | 2 replies


Getting started with ecart

I have 9 shirts each on a diferent page 9 pages. All is want to do is to. Select a size, a color and a charter name then add to cart

I have a page for each shirt, each shirt has a different number of colors I would like them to pick from (select list). Then pick a charter name (55 choices from a selct list)Then pick a size - Sizing choice XS-4XL(select list). .

I have a price for each shirt that needs to be adjusted if they choose a 2XL add $2.00, 3XL add $4.00 4XL add $6.00. They also have a choise of size XS-4XL. but I will do that later as I just want this to be functionally

I am doing a static add to cart button for each page

In the bindings put in a product ID, description, weight, price and 3 select lists to be updatable. Then I list my select values in the select list values.

On page 5 of the e cart getting started guide it says if you buttons are static I may need to modify at some time ie price then says to go to Window > Server Behaviors and double click on ecart add from recordset I do not see that one went on....

I am just working on one of the nine pages added two things can view them im my cart..

but when I go to do the check out thru Sandbox I get
Fatal error: Call to undefined function curl_init() in C:\xampp\htdocs\NOBS\WA_eCart\Adv_CO_Scripts\PP_DirectPayment_PHP.php on line 311

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