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Shopping-Cart Quantity Updates

Thread began 12/01/2009 7:07 am by dnys04173367569 | Last modified 12/08/2009 6:39 pm by dnys04173367569 | 990 views | 5 replies

dnys04173367569

Positive Support - Many Thanks

Thank you for the responce.

The change to the Quantity code works perfectly - Many thanks.

I do hope that the developers at Webassist will update the relevant quantity code element in any future update. So that I and others do not need to look to do the change in any future developments, I can not see why the change would be a issue to anyone as quantities would always be a numerical value in my view.

As for the second issue - yes IE is the problem - I have added a hidden form element between the buttons and the closing </form> which solves the issue in IE. However, I would like to know if any developers have views on how secure and appropriate this maybe.

I do believe that the ability for customers/end users to be able to adjust quantities the same way at all times is beneficial.

Because I have added the hidden element outside of the repeating area I do not believe that it would be too detrimental to page loading as it will not be repeated as more and more items are loaded into the cart.


code php.....

<td><input type="image" src="../../img/form/btn_proceed.gif" value="Checkout" name="Checkout_1" /></td>
</tr>
</table>
<input name="" type="text" value="" style="display: none;" />
</form>

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