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Continue Shopping Button redirecting

Thread began 3/02/2011 1:37 pm by zazi.slo366214 | Last modified 3/04/2011 4:05 pm by zazi.slo366214 | 1724 views | 12 replies |

zazi.slo366214

Continue Shopping Button redirecting

I have two problems with ecart witch I can not solve myself, so please could someone help me.

1.
My products and cart are on the same page, but different tabs. I have four tabs, three for different product categories and on the last one is cart. Each tab has an ID.

I would like to achive, when customer clicks on Continue Shopping button, that is redirect to tab from which he came (the same action if he would click on browsers back button).

2.
How could I format numbers in quantity field like this 1.000, 1.000.000 etc.?
Now they are just plain numbers without formating (100000).

Thank you.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

change the continue shopping button to a standard button and add a javascript history() -1 function to the onClick event:

<input type="button" name="WA_Store_Cart_Continue_100" id="WA_Store_Cart_Continue_100" value="Continue Shopping" alt="Continue Shopping" onClick="javascript: history.go(-1)"/>



the code that outputs the quantity will look like:

php:
<?php echo $<your cart name>->DisplayInfo("Quantity"); ?>




where <your cart name> is the name of your eCart object.


you can use the php number_format function to change the format of the quantity:
function.number-format.php

for example:

php:
<?php echo number_format($<your cart name>->DisplayInfo("Quantity"),0,",","."); ?>




will format the number to use 0 decimal places. The "," will be used as the decimal separator and the "." will be used for the thousands separator

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zazi.slo366214

Thank you for your reply.

Your code for number formating works fine.

About continue shopping button I have to say, that your solution also works - after clicking the button I am redirected to tab from which I came.

But now another problem occurred (just in Firefox, not IE, another browsers dont know):
When I for example add in cart some product, click continue shopping button so I am returned to starting tab (so far everything ok), than click directly on Cart tab - in this case Firefox shows my cart as empty. It shows my added product just after I click browsers refresh button.

I would appreciate your help also in this matter.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

please send a link where i can see the problem and a copy of your page.

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zazi.slo366214

I work on my page localy. But I would send you a copy if you tell me where, how and should I zip it.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

add the page to a zip archive and attach it to your post here in the forum.

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zazi.slo366214

My page in attachment. I put all java scripts in separate folder.

Attached Files
js.zip
mypage.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

try changing:

php:
<?php

//WA eCart Show If Start
if (!$eCartSlo->IsEmpty())     {
?>




to:

php:
<?php

$eCartSlo
->GetContent();
?>
<?php
//WA eCart Show If Start
if (!$eCartSlo->IsEmpty())     {
?>
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zazi.slo366214

So sorry, but changing the php code as described does not change behavior. When I click cart tab directly, is empty, till I refresh the page in browser.

Is it possible to achive somehow, when someone click tab with cart, that page refreshes and stays on same tab (as I would manually refresh the page in browser)?

Why firefox acts so different than IE?

Please donĀ“t give up. Thank you.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I cant really give much more advice without seeing the issue occur in a browser.

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