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Thread began 11/10/2009 2:08 pm by tonypili393393 | Last modified 12/08/2009 3:14 pm by tonypili393393 | 1167 views | 5 replies

tonypili393393

ecart and iframes

Good Morning,

I am looking at purchasing ecart, and integrating it into my ASP site. The website has a 3 column layout with header and footer with navigation in the left column that lists all products (www.dap.com.au). When clicking on a product, a static product detail page is loaded into a ifame in the central column. I would like to know if the "add to cart" button can be embedded in the product detail page ? Will the product if clicked show up in the quickcart that sits outside of the iframe ?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Tony

Sydney Australia

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