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Thread began 2/01/2010 5:04 am by rikaG_510 | Last modified 2/01/2010 8:53 pm by rikaG_510 | 1806 views | 6 replies


Thank you Office Guy,
I guess my plan was still vague. You made it so much clearer!

Originally Said By: Office Guy-172461
  You might want to change the wording from Add to Cart to Add to List.  

I never came to think of this little change, but it makes a big difference.

I have another question though.
If I want to have a back end page so other staff can edit products info, that's when I should use DataAssist, right? And what would be the work sequence?
(Do I build a shop list site with eCart first, then back end with DataAssist? Or does it even matter?)


p.s. Oops! pardon me for choosing a wrong category.

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