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How to Customize Checkout Pages

Thread began 7/28/2010 3:37 pm by wilyumcj205276 | Last modified 7/29/2010 1:23 pm by Jason Byrnes | 558 views | 3 replies |

wilyumcj205276

How to Customize Checkout Pages

Where can I find instructions on changing the design of all checkout pages generated via the Checkout Wizard. I would like to change the credit card expiration to a drop down list. When the client clicks "checkout" they need to be forwarded to a login page/new user login page. How is this done when using the checkout wizard? Will I have to manually change code to do this? Is this all done via CSS? Again, where can I find comprehensive instruction? Thanks!
William

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

there is a tutorial on the eCart suport page for adding login / register functionality to the eCart checkout page.
ecart/

There is not documentation for converting the cc expiration year checkout form element. It is a simple process though.

Make note of the existing cc expiration year form element, delete it, then insert a list form element and give it the same name.

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wilyumcj205276

Thanks Jason. You answered 2 of the 3 questions. I need to know how to change the visual design of all checkout pages. I have gone into the CSS panel and changed some things, but it's hit or miss. Is it all CSS?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes it is all css. you need to edit the eCart css files to change the visual design.

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