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View Cart button in callback from Lightbox Evolution

Thread began 4/19/2012 8:49 am by htm2112 | Last modified 4/20/2012 6:46 am by Jason Byrnes | 6360 views | 2 replies |


View Cart button in callback from Lightbox Evolution

I have a fully functional eCart in my website and I am using LightBox Evolution to display products. The View Cart button works and exists on the side of the page. It looks like this:

<a href="cart.php"><img src="../WA_eCart/Images/Moab/Btn1_EN_viewcart.gif" border="0" class="eC_ImageButton" value="View Cart" name="pkCart_View_1" alt="Total: <?php echo WA_eCart_DisplayMoney($pkCart, $pkCart->GrandTotal()); ?>" />

I have integrated an icon for "View Cart" in the LightBox Evolution script, but it uses a jQuery callback to open the cart.php page. It is run like this:

<script type="text/javascript">

buttons: [
'class' : 'jquery-lightbox-button-openurl',
'html' : '<span>open in new window</span>',
'callback' : function(url, object) {
window.location.href = '';


Any ideas on how I could pass the View Cart webassist button code into this callback to make it work?

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As far as figuring out this callback problem, anyone have a clue?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I havent used this Lightbox with eCart, so really cant say how to make it work, but i would think you would need to create a click event as described in the the events section of their examples page:

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