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Showing thumnails and sizes in the cart

Thread began 5/30/2010 7:20 am by chriscaldwell11357847 | Last modified 8/20/2012 11:18 am by chriscaldwell11357847 | 3001 views | 28 replies


Hi Jimmy,
The reason it says blowfish3 is due to perhaps a misunderstanding when I asked how to make the thumbnails visible earlier in the thread and it was explained to me thusly:

"you dont need to edit the display manager, just the code on the cart page. In design view, select the thumbnail image in the cart. In the property inspector, click the lightning bolt next to source, and select the image column from your cart. This will create code similar to:
PHP Code:
<img src="<?php echo $YourCartName->DisplayInfo("Thumb"); ?>" alt="" />
where YourCartName is the name of your cart object.

you will need to prepend the image path in front of this:
PHP Code:
<img src="images/path/<?php echo $YourCartName->DisplayInfo("Thumb"); ?>" alt="" /> "


Also, attached is the php code for the hats page. I REALLY appreciate your help:

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