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Session variables in Chekout form/Payment info

Thread began 7/17/2010 9:10 am by rikaG_510 | Last modified 7/19/2010 10:52 am by rikaG_510 | 1137 views | 3 replies


Session variables in Chekout form/Payment info

Hi Eric,

As you adviced, I recreated the checkout sequence.

Now I see ONE of many problems I had. I think this is where things began screwed.

On checkout.php page under Payment information, I want to change how some form elements are appearing.

In default, is goes;
- First Name
- Last name
- Email address...

I want it to be as;
- Name for invoice
- Your name if different from above
- address for invoice... etc

I could just change the form labels, but it gets very confusing.
So I'd like to change namd and id as well.

I understand that the value entered in each form will go to Session variables
("eCartCheckoutForm_[###]" ), so I guess I need to change the element name ( = [###] after "eCartCheckoutForm_" ) as well so session variables will match to Form elements ids.

To have session variables with my original element, do I just add new session variables under "session" on "binding" panel on checkout.php page?

Is there anyother php files that I should be correcting?
I am using Universal Email to send confirmation email, and I assume some files for this should be edited, such as "WAUE_pp_confirm_1.php" (I see session variables regarding Payment info in this file).

Is there anything else I have to edit?


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