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eCart6: Can't get cart to show thumbnail

Thread began 6/05/2014 11:07 pm by beaded | Last modified 6/06/2014 11:45 pm by beaded | 511 views | 2 replies |


eCart6: Can't get cart to show thumbnail

I tried re-adding the Add To Cart button (removing both opening and ending form tags), but the wizard managed to make two ATC buttons.

Thumbnail wasn't part of my WADAproducts recordset originally, but I added it using the Server Behaviors panel.

I've read similar posts.

Lost …again.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

on the cart display page, you need to edit the thumbnail image tag to add the path to where the images are stored.

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Thank you! Got it. Copied the formation used on the results page thumbnail. The path (images/products/) goes between the first quote and the first angle bracket as <img src="images/products/<?php

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