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Add to Cart Button for Individual DataAssist Results Page Items

Thread began 2/07/2014 11:28 am by Mike Perry | Last modified 2/10/2014 10:18 am by Mike Perry | 252 views | 3 replies

Mike Perry

Add to Cart Button for Individual DataAssist Results Page Items

Is there a better way to do this?

I need individual Add to Cart buttons for a DataAssist Results page. I created an Add to Cart button in a separate form on the page, then copied the button code into the repeating table code for the results. I changed the main form action to the form action for the eCart burron form, then commented out all unneeded code.

When I click on a button it goes to the mycart.php page, but it sends the ProductID for the last item in the page recordset, not picking up the $row_WADAproducts["ProductID"] variable (10 items / page).

Page code is attached -- thanks,


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