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eCart 5 - Add to cart button: Redirect

Thread began 7/08/2013 8:17 pm by Christie | Last modified 7/09/2013 12:18 pm by Christie | 1278 views | 8 replies


eCart 5 - Add to cart button: Redirect

Hi- I am completely new to php and shopping carts. I made a test site with one product on one page. Then I went through and followed the Web Development Tutorial for eCart. (static) The pages seem to be created. I made no changes but added the product name and price in the Binding Tab of the Add to Cart Button interface. The pages seem to be there but when I click the add to cart button, nothing happens. I have it redirected to: cart1.php. I tried the longer file name starting with localhost....but that did not work either. There are no error messages and the page does not seem to go anywhere. When I go to the live cart1.php it says the shopping cart is empty. Any help would be appreciate. Thank you. (I wanted to send you the file but wasn't sure how to do that and not have the code all run together.)

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