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Thread began 3/28/2014 7:34 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 3/31/2014 11:44 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | 451 views | 7 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

I don't use templates because I've found them overcomplicated, I just hand build the pages as I feel more in control of it that way too.

Once the Checkout Wizard has created the pages checkout.php, checkout_failure.php and I have then go into those pages and added my header and footer, navigation etc, can I go back in and edit things in the wizard or will it overwrite the changes I've made to the pages it creates?

The wizard seems to remember the settings, albeit I have noticed that "Enable In-Context Checkout" is always ticked even if I've unticked it previously - we can't use that in though, is that correct?

One other thing relating to the Checkout Wizard, I'm having a problem with the save order to database option...

In the "Database Settings > Orders table preset" section, when I try to define the database table, and I select my "LEDorder" table it then shows me columns from a completely different table. It is that unusual that I can only assume this is a bug because I can connect to that table without a problem via HeidiSQL and via recordsets on other pages.

Also having problems with the checkout.php page which is showing bullet list icons alongside the form fields, please there are serious alignment issues in places.

Try https://www.ledwarehouseuk.com/LED-Spotlights.php adding an item to your basket then checkout button.

Hope you can help, thank you.
NJ

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