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Inserting eCart 5 into existing website

Thread began 3/10/2010 2:14 am by Bruce | Last modified 3/23/2010 3:02 pm by Bruce | 3765 views | 39 replies


Cart object, Recordset, Add to Cart button setup

Hi Jason,
Thanks for your reply.

  The cart object is basically similar to the shopping cart trolley you push up one isle of products and down the other.  

Is the cart object (called eCart1 in my webpage) that I inserted into my webpage going to be the shopping cart of my webpage?
Is that correct?

I created a Recordset and called it ‘rsClassyJewelers’ (see the snap shot).
How can I insert and edit my own product’s information into this ‘rsClassyJewelers’ Recordset?


I want to insert a’ Add To Cart’ button to my webpage for the first product.
What file should I select in display page window in ‘Redirect > Go to page’?
See the snap shot.

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