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inserting a table

Thread began 4/09/2015 1:47 pm by Alvin | Last modified 4/14/2015 1:50 pm by Ray Borduin | 835 views | 9 replies |

Alvin

inserting a table

I am building a shopping cart using ecart6 without using data bridge so I have to build the tables myself for the products, I am following this tutorial from webassist and I have come to the part about inserting a table for the recordset data, but it is not clear in the tutorial on where to put the cursor to insert the table because when I insert the table it overwrites the recordset data which was just applied to the recordset.php page. This is the tutorial link: http://www.webassist.com/community/tutorials/view_tutorial.php?tid=104&accesscheck=%2Fcommunity%2Ftutorials%2Fview_tutorial.php%3Ftid%3D104 and this is where I am in the tutorial:

Step 1: Create initial table

Add a table with 1 column ad 1 row.

go to Insert -> Table. in the table settings use 1 Column, 1 Row.

Step 2: Insert a table

Place your cursor in the one cell then Go to insert -> Table.

for the table settings, use 4 Rows, 2 Columns, set the width to 400 Pixles. And select a left header:

I am asking for any and all assistance with this, thank you.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If it is replacing the table when you insert the second, try inserting the second table below the first and then using copy/paste to move it into the first table.

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Alvin

Thanks for your reply Ray, I am actually having trouble inserting the first table, you see when I did the test for the record set data entries in the previous steps the data was then inserted onto the recordset.php page and left those entries highlighted, so when I inserted the first table it overights all the data which is what happens when anything is put on anything highlighted, so I am not sure where to put the cursor for inserting the first table to incorporate the record set data.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Don't have anything highlighted. Put the table at the bottom of the page, you can always move it later.

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Alvin

Thanks again Ray, I have the table working and I have completed the full tutorial. So now how do I add all of this technique to my current website while using the rest of ecart 6 functionalities, such as the order buttons, using the display manager, checkout options etc..?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Just make sure your pages are named with the .php extension and you should be able to follow the same steps on your web site that you did in the tutorial.

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Alvin

details page not showing the image or the results

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Alvin

I need so serious help

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Post your contact information and I'll give you a call. If you are running into a bug the call will be free, but if it is just for training I would have to charge you for a premier support ticket, but one way or another I can debug and fix whatever issues you are having.

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