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Can a form selection feed into my cart?

Thread began 10/25/2010 12:24 pm by elewis93815 | Last modified 10/25/2010 2:08 pm by Jason Byrnes | 512 views | 1 replies |

elewis93815

Can a form selection feed into my cart?

We have a site project that we need to build a purchase a gift card order link that will allow the user to fill out an entire form and then enter the amount that they want their gift card to be and then submit to a shopping cart. This site has 3other areas that will utilize the cart .

The other parts of the site that will use the cart are:
Merchandise
Cupcakes
Catering

All of which will Need to feed into one cart to create a one check out experience for the end user.

Please advise on how if this is possible and what is the best way to accomplish this task.

Thank you!

Erick

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yes, you need to create a cart column for each piece of information you will collect.


In the add to cart button, select each optional column, and set it to be updateable from a text box. This will add the form elements to collect the information to the add to cart button form.

for items that will not collect this information, you can leave the Updateable option unselected.

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