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Multiple Registrations with one Add to Cart

Thread began 6/06/2012 9:58 am by fms77717 | Last modified 6/11/2012 10:12 am by fms77717 | 391 views | 2 replies

fms77717Beta Tester

Multiple Add-to-Cart Items with one click

A similar problem.
I would like to add multiple items to my cart with one click. For simplicity, I have two products that I would like to add to my cart. One is alway being added and the second one is optional.
What I would like is a checkbox for the second item. If checked, it will add this second item (presumably with another Add-to-Cart Button, hidden??). When the customer clicks the first Add-to-Cart button, I will add this item to the cart and then check if they selected the second item. If so, then (with a little php programming) add the second item to the cart.

Am I on the right track.



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