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ecart on my my own template(by dw6) and using wamp for local host

Thread began 6/10/2013 11:19 pm by Grace | Last modified 6/11/2013 10:40 am by Jason Byrnes | 276 views | 1 replies |


ecart on my my own template(by dw6) and using wamp for local host

apply ecart object and display manager on one page (my own template), my template display ok through localhost (wamp), however, the content for ecart display shown text "your cart was empty" without any display design like power store design (the design I choose). I notice also a new page ecart1-PHP.php was created, no design nor text was shown on the new page through local host, please let me know how do I begin with ecart as this is new to me, I purchase the supersuite few days ago, thank you If you have book or video teaching us step by step, please let me know.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

to begin using eCart, you foirst create the cart object.

This creates the file in the WA_eCart folder, in your case the ecart1_PHP.php file. this file does not contain any design, it only contains code.

The next step is to create a new page with the add to cart buttons.

You can create a page from your template, then add the add to cart button behavior to it.

next create the cart display page, the cart display page will show the Cart is Empty text until you use the add to cart page to add an item to the cart.

see the eCart getting started guide.

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