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adding elements to the checkout form

Thread began 10/07/2015 10:47 am by Jamie | Last modified 10/15/2015 5:41 pm by Jamie | 1154 views | 19 replies

Jamie

adding elements to the checkout form

Hey Ray

Have just added a couple of elements to the checkout process, one a drop down identifying which practice the customer is a customer of and the other is a check box which confirms that the customer has read the 'info about eye test'. The page can be seen here: http://clients.motley.site/friths/checkout.php

I have added 2 columns to the orders table: PracticeName and EyeTestConfirmation

Both are required elements IF the cart contains a contact lens product. If it doesn, the elements are not required

Question 1, I cant seem to get them to be required

Questi on 2, How do I go about adding both to the database as well as the confirmation email?

Thanks

Jamie

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