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How to choose what data cookies save

Thread began 8/21/2012 3:25 am by sabastian130416448 | Last modified 8/23/2012 6:12 am by sabastian130416448 | 1254 views | 5 replies |

sabastian130416448

How to choose what data cookies save

Hi guys.

My problem is this. I have enabled cookies for my shopping cart, it works like it should and I saw the size limit come into play very fast.

What I want to find out is if there is a way to choose which data my cookies saves because currently it is saving data such as a products description which is completely not nesasery and as such uses up the size very quickly.

Thanx.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you specify the data that is saved to the cart cookie in the add to cart button behavior.

if you don't want to store the description in the cookie, leave the description cart column empty in the add to cart behavior.

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sabastian130416448

Hi Jason.

Does this mean that I will have to change the add to cart button on every page in my site that has an add to cart button?

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sabastian130416448

A nother question. If I use the cookie toolkit to save the cart as a form, will that work or doesn't it see the cart as a form?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yes, you will need to edit all of the add to cart buttons.

no, cookies toolkit will not see the cart contents as a form.

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sabastian130416448

Thanx Jason. So let the loooong proses start.

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