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Multiple items for sale on a page

Thread began 10/18/2009 2:00 pm by ken.parish391000 | Last modified 10/19/2009 11:25 am by Eric Mittman | 2178 views | 1 replies |


Multiple items for sale on a page

I'm new to this and after some considerable stumbling managed to get the add to basket option to work.

For multiple items should each item reside in its own form or can they co-exist in a table.?

What should the option labels be? i.e do the all have On0 for the option and quantity for the number of items?

Everything I have tried seems to ignore the mutiple number of items except for the first entry on the page. Also does not seem to act on the two different prices.

Really would appreciate some help if only to point me to the appropriate documentation.

Finally is there a way to stop the screen navigating directly to the paypal basket after each entry. I only want to go there when all orders have been entered.

I have not posted any code as still experimenting so it would be out of date when viewed.



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Eric Mittman

When you have multiple items on a single page you need to have them each in their own forms. Each items form will have a quantity field and the Os0 and On0 options specific to that item. As far as not going to PayPal this is not an option with these buttons, since the form's action goes to the PayPal cart this is what controls what you see.

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