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After Adding "add to cart" button how do you recover page formatting

Thread began 5/19/2014 3:51 pm by rgolab68503 | Last modified 5/19/2014 5:52 pm by rgolab68503 | 273 views | 2 replies

rgolab68503

After Adding "add to cart" button how do you recover page formatting

Hi Jason,

Hoping you could help here. I managed to add a "add to cart" button in the products "results" page. The cart works fine and after some tweaking it adds products nicely in conjunction with "details" page.

However every time I try to recover the page format for the results section problems happen. I am hoping you have a tutorial regarding the results page on the formatting issues that can occur.

Or are there certain sections that need to be removed from the results page before I can go further?

Here is a link to my test site and the pages are attached.

http://dev.dawsontele.com/products/phones_results.php

You can see the ul li is showing the dots. I tried simply removing the reference to "form" in the css but then the cart stopped working. This also happened when I tried to simply change the old "form" tag that seems to wrap everything but it also killed the cart function. I read somewhere that the spinning icon between pages was snot supposed to be active for the cart.

Or do I have to strip the Web assist formatting out and start from scratch?

Any help would be appreciated.

Attached Files
phones_detail.php
phones_results.php

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