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Thread began 1/26/2017 2:19 pm by john70964 | Last modified 1/30/2017 3:18 pm by Ray Borduin | 448 views | 7 replies |

john70964

cart6 Continue shopping button

I would like to change the destination of the button Continue Shopping in the page cart.php from products_detail.php to products_result.php

The code for the button is
<input type="submit" name="eCart1_Continue_100" id="eCart1_Continue_100" value="Continue Shopping" class="eC_FormButton" /> and gives me no clue as to how this change can be carried out.

Can anyone explain please?
Many thanks
John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Just change it from type="submit" to type="button" and add: onclick="document.locaiton.href='plugins/plugins/plugins/plugins/product_results.php';"

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john70964

Hello Ray
Thanks for the help
Can you please let me know where I
add: onclick="document.locaton.href='plugins/plugins/plugins/plugins/product_results.php';" into the present code

<input type="button" name="eCart1_Continue_100" id="eCart1_Continue_100" value="Continue Shopping" class="eC_FormButton" />
Many thanks
John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

<input type="button" name="eCart1_Continue_100" id="eCart1_Continue_100" value="Continue Shopping" class="eC_FormButton" onclick="document.locaton.href='plugins/plugins/plugins/plugins/product_results.php'" />

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john70964

Hello Ray
I changed the code as you advised but would you believe it still goes to http://localhost/Ecart6FB2/products_detail.php?ProductID=3

<input type="button" name="eCart1_Continue_100" id="eCart1_Continue_100" value="Continue Shopping" class="eC_FormButton" onclick="document.locaton.href='product_results.php'" />

Thanks
John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Sorry that should have been input type="button"

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john70964

Hello Ray
I changed this to
<input type="button" name="eCart1_Continue_100" id="eCart1_Continue_100" value="Continue Shopping" class="eC_FormButton" onclick="document.locaton.href='plugins/plugins/plugins/plugins/product_results.php'" />
when I click the button nothing happens.
Regards
John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It looks like the cart is from a plugin, so you have to account for the change in directories.

The button should probably look like:
<input type="button" name="eCart1_Continue_100" id="eCart1_Continue_100" value="Continue Shopping" class="eC_FormButton" onclick="document.locaton.href='../product_results.php'" />

Just make sure the path to the product_results.php page is the correct path relative to the page you are updating.

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