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Styling in eCart 6

Thread began 1/30/2014 1:36 pm by jon211112 | Last modified 1/30/2014 5:45 pm by jon211112 | 397 views | 6 replies


Styling in eCart 6

I've been using eCart since the very first version and updated to v6 once it was released. There are a lot of improvements and good features but I'm finding integrating the checkout into an existing site design a lot harder.

The inclusion of the billing details on the page with jQuery to make it appear and disappear is good but I just can't get it to fit my site's design. The site is built using the 12-grid system and I only want the checkout to appear in the left 8 columns but the forms seem to be wider and I can't see how I can change that. I used the Checkout Wizard to make the page and selected the unstyled option.

Also, I can't get my head around how the billing details are stored and how I integrate it with logins.

At the moment I'm considering going back to v5 as I'm familiar with it and can finish the site very quickly but I thought I'd check with you to see if you can steer me in the right direction.

I'll PM you the URL so you can see what I mean.

Many thanks


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