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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 | 3801 views | 39 replies


Regarding "thumbnail column":
Do I need to insert only the file name in the thumbnail's column, for example "RW004.jpg" and I don't need to put the full path like <img src="../images/Engagment Rings/thumbnails/RW004.jpg" /> ?

Finally I started making my database manual through MySQL and I have to this for 420 products. I attach a snap shot of my database, greatly appreciated if you can confirm just to make sure this is the right way and I can continue and finish it for all 420 products without restarting again from scratch.

It would be more time saving if I could sucessfully import my existing excel database(converted to .csv) to MySQL but I spent too much time with no luck.
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