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Need just a quick look

Thread began 7/21/2011 3:41 pm by sjuno299871 | Last modified 7/21/2011 7:04 pm by Ray Borduin | 1086 views | 11 replies |

sjuno299871

Need just a quick look

at what I am doing. I am new and am hoping I can just use e-cart 5 without a database to do this, as I see I need more time to do it with a database, but I just wanted to ask before going too much farther.
I have a page they go to with 9 shirt styles

NOBS/

They click on the style they want. You can click on the pink one or
LST650Womens.php

Can e-cart 5 without a database, collect the style, price, size, color and number for the cart if I just add it to each of the 9 separte pages.
All sizes are the same but there are different colors and prices on each of the 9 styles hope this made sense.
And as a newbie will I be able to have a proto type ready by Friday night I do not have to sleep

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes this could be done without a database. How long it would take really depends on the person, but everyone needs to sleep at some point.

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sjuno299871

Thank you I am going with the static approach

I send my stlye number and price in the bindings correct and after I take a short nap I will attempt to do one page then I should be able to do the other eight

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sjuno299871

Btw

How long do I get for $49.99?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That just gets you a priority response by one of our engineers but may not include a phone call or screen sharing at all. $99 gets you a scheduled 30 minutes on the phone with screen sharing, but we'll usually let it run over to up to an hour.

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sjuno299871

Ok before you head home my static e-cart

I am using the style (LST650)as my hidden value but how do I bind the price, color and size.I did add color and size to the columns of the cart.
Sorry for the ignorance, i did read the help...are there examples of a static database

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You could hard code them on the page by just entering the value in the add to cart, pass them in and store them as hidden form elements in the form, add them to session variables, or pass them through the url. Those are the four basic methods for maintaining data in php and all three will work with the eCart.

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sjuno299871

How would you pass the color and size

could you explain how you would pass these two list items

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sjuno299871

I found more info

on static entry in e cart 4 is that close?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

A static entry would work. I'm not sure if you need to pass any items if you have a separate page for each item. You just have to go to the correct page and use a static add to cart and don't really need to pass anything.

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