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cant get image to show in cart

Thread began 3/07/2014 11:00 am by mike-j-taylor318947 | Last modified 4/16/2014 10:03 am by mike-j-taylor318947 | 307 views | 5 replies


cant get image to show in cart

having spent most the day trawling the forums and tutorials its now time to ask, I have static add to cart buttons and no database and would like the thumbnail images to show in the cart, I know its been asked a lot but I cant seem to make any of the answers work for me, I have gone round and round that many time I now have no idea what to look for now, can anyone please help

the images are in the folder images/thumbnail
I have a column for thumbnail in the ecart object
on the cart page - <td ><img src=<?php echo $InsoleCart->DisplayInfo("Thumbnail"); ?>" alt="Product thumbnail" class="eC_ProductThumb" /></td>

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