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Showing thumnails and sizes in the cart

Thread began 5/30/2010 7:20 am by chriscaldwell11357847 | Last modified 8/20/2012 11:18 am by chriscaldwell11357847 | 2994 views | 28 replies

khon_lao435659

yes because i wanted to know how to remove the thumnail colomn for the future when i dont want an image for the purchases cos if i dont have an image there is an "x" in the display.

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  you seam to be asking 2 contradicting questions.

First you ask how to show an image in the cart, then ask how to remove the thumbnail column from the cart....

the thumbnail column is how you show the item image in the cart.

In the add to cart button behavior, you set the file name for the item image in the thumbnail cart column.

then in the cart display, you set the image folder for the thumbnail cart column, the cart display will handle the rest.

When adding the cart display, go to the second page, here you can add or remove cart columns from the display, you can select the thumbnail column and set the image folder.  

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