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how to change the location of the 'add to cart' button

Thread began 8/17/2009 2:22 pm by lizeipe383707 | Last modified 8/17/2009 4:44 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1589 views | 1 replies |


how to change the location of the 'add to cart' button

Guys plz help..

I installed this extension smoothly..

I am able to add 'add to cart' buttons and specify prices and item details to it.

However I am unable to place the button align to the right of the text about the item.It automatically places itself as a next line. When I darg it to where I want from the design view the button doesnt work.

Is there any way to place the button where I want..

Your help is much appreciated..


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The add to cart button is a form element. rather than place the button in relation to the descriptive text, try placing the descriptive text in relation to the add to cart button.

In other Words, after the button is added to the page, place your cursor next to button and start typing the descriptive text.

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