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Linking Multi Options To Add To Cart Button

Thread began 3/11/2010 9:53 am by SaladoGuy | Last modified 3/17/2010 5:54 pm by SaladoGuy | 1352 views | 8 replies

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Linking Multi Options To Add To Cart Button

I would like to build off of this post that I was posted by someone else, if that is ok.


Here is my question that comes from the link above:

I understand setting up the the database the way you described, but how do I implement the multi options in our webpage. In other words, how do I link the the multi options to the add to cart button.

We do have the super suite from webassist. Is there a tool that came with the super suite that we can use to implement this?

I am including an attachment.
Here is the website that it will link to: product.php

I don't show it on the website yet, but the plan is to have 2 form drop downs by each diaper, so the customer can pick there size and color. And thats what we want to link to the database. In other words, a customer picks a small diaper and a green color from the drop downs next to the diaper, then the customer clicks add to cart. We want the add to cart button to save the options the customer just picked. For some reason its not working for me. Looking at the database, can you tell me what I missing?

Thanks for any help

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