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Using cart 6 with responsive BOOTSTRAP

Thread began 5/19/2016 3:55 pm by jspoerer286380 | Last modified 6/09/2016 9:15 pm by jspoerer286380 | 1628 views | 8 replies


ECart 6 with Bootstrap 3.0

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  eCart 6 should be responsive without needing bootstrap. Just implement the bootstrap files and then fix issues as they arise. When you have specific issues post them here with a sample url and we can try to help.  

Hello Ray... I had No problem at all... I just insert a new responsive Cart in a fresh Bootstrap container using your Display Manager and it worked flawlessly... BUT (always there is a but)... I need now to rebuild the confirm.php page of the checkout process (adjusting the checkout page was easy).
Can you give me recommendations for doing this please...?? The old confirm.php page is based in the old -non responsive- Cart.

Jorge Spoerer from Santiago, Chile

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