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Thread began 12/01/2009 7:07 am by dnys04173367569 | Last modified 12/08/2009 6:39 pm by dnys04173367569 | 984 views | 5 replies


I appreciate the quick response and this seems to have partially solved the following :

After re-arranging the buttons so that the update button is the first one triggered when the user hits the <Enter> key. This has successfully solved the issue that I was having where the end user would be directed back to the previous page, now the cart no longer goes to the previous screen when pressing the <Enter> key in the quantity field. Thanks.


When there is more than one item listed the user is able to change any of the quantities by pressing the <Enter> key. However the problem still remains that the end user is still unable to change the quantity by hitting the <Enter> key, if there is only one item in the cart.

Only one item in cart - <Enter> key does not update quantities.
More than one item in cart - <Enter> key works and updates quantities.

If the cart had more than one item in it, then the end user reduced the number of items back to only one item listed again, the <Enter> button will again not change the quantity of that item by entering a value and pressing the <Enter> key.

I have checked this on my two page test site, the main site I am currently working on and someone elses live site that has been created using Ecart.


I also still have the problem that if there is more than one item in the cart and the end user enters none numerical characters in the quantity field the line is deleted in the cart. How can I get the cart to not accept the input of none numerical characters in the Quantity field if there are more than one item in the cart.

I would appreciate any responce on the two issues above.

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