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Quick cart question

Thread began 10/06/2009 3:46 pm by Roxana | Last modified 10/08/2009 2:17 pm by Eric Mittman | 794 views | 3 replies |

Roxana

Quick cart question

I am using a template page, and I would like the quick cart to become part of that template page. But the php code for the quick cart is in the top section of the code (above the document type), and that part of the code is not copied to the pages that are attached to the template. Without that code everything on the page after the quick cart is gone.

Is there a way, other than pasting the php code for the quick cart to every single page, to get a template page to carry the php changes over to all pages?

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Eric Mittman

You may want to try adding in the cart code then moving it down into the html of the page. If the code is down here and not in an editable region then it should be a part of every page. This is about the only other way I can think to add this in without having to copy the code to all the pages individually. Please give this a try and let us know how it works for you.

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Roxana

Hi Eric,

I moved the php code right after the html tag. I didn't know that I could do that.

It worked. Instantly the change was saved to all pages attached to the template, and the quick cart works on every page.

Thank you for the tip.

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Eric Mittman

I'm glad it worked out for you, it is a limitation of the templates that the server side code is not retained in them, just everything after the template begin portion on the template derived pages.

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