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Adding Checkboxes to Shopping Cart

Thread began 2/02/2010 12:24 pm by jbarron397794 | Last modified 2/19/2010 5:57 pm by jbarron397794 | 1961 views | 11 replies

jenbar3378469

Hi Eric,

I did everything you said, but how does the information from the radio buttons carry over to the "confirm.php" page and then to the "checkout_success.php" page? Do I code the td tags with the radio buttons on them the same exact way I did on the "shopping_cart.php" page? And if I do that, how does the information that the user selected hold and carry over to each page???

Also, my code now looks like this (below), but it will not allow the user to uncheck a radio button once they check it. In addition, it is allowing them to select both the "personal" and the "business" radio buttons on the same line item. If you need to sign into to see what I mean, please advise our open ticket in the support section named "setting maximum quantities".

<td width="10%"><input <?php if (!(strcmp($sumidrive1->DisplayInfo("Personal"),"business"))) {echo "checked=\"checked\"";} ?> name="sumidrive1<?php echo $sumidrive1->DisplayIndex; ?>" type="radio" class="eC_QuantityField"id="per2" value="business" /></td>
<td class="eC_PriceItem"><?php echo WA_eCart_DisplayMoney($sumidrive1, $sumidrive1->DisplayInfo("Taxable")); ?> </td>
<td class="eC_PriceItem"><?php echo WA_eCart_DisplayMoney($sumidrive1, $sumidrive1->DisplayInfo("TotalPrice")); ?> </td>

My apologies for my confusion!

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