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Advice on how best to integrate a JavaScript spot the ball style competition with eCart

Thread began 11/22/2016 7:42 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 2/09/2017 2:12 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 1290 views | 16 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

Man, I honestly don't understand how that could have happened. What should the attribute be?

So I'd add, for example, id="addtocartdisplaybutton" to the Add to Cart button and in the CSS I'd set display:none? How do I then change/remove display:none once the first click has occurred?

The delete function sounds good, but it's not something I think I could manage. There's also the function that checks that a user hasn't purchased the same coordinates for the same vehicle for any particular game. I would also like to look at displaying, if possible, the co-ordinates as the user hovers over the image. Are those things you think you could help me with in a support ticket session?

Thanks Ray. Hope to hear from you.

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