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Convert view cart to a quick cart using ecart

Thread began 2/19/2010 2:03 pm by jenkolaka19379118 | Last modified 2/24/2010 4:09 pm by jenkolaka19379118 | 6020 views | 5 replies

jenkolaka19379118

I have just had a look at the ecart 4 quick cart and it does not appear to have what I was looking for. I have posted an image of exactly what I need.
I need my quick cart to be in the right hand section by itself ideally within the default powerstore div, <div id="links">. Then I would like to remove Login Register from the <div id="links"> and place it elswhere in the header div (see attached image).

I am ok in coding the css for this, I am just unsure on what php code to move/add/change and what files to edit as I would like my quick cart to display on every page?

If any could help at all with any of these issues it would be greatly appreciated.

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