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multiple choice dropdown menus shopping cart???

Thread began 11/11/2009 2:22 pm by wormh7393483 | Last modified 10/18/2015 2:19 pm by Ray Borduin | 2207 views | 5 replies |

wormh7393483

multiple choice dropdown menus shopping cart???

Alright I would try to explain myself in words but I'm a graphic designer not a webmaster and I'm sure I would sound like a noob, So I will post a exact link to exactly what I want. I just bought ecart4 and have no idea were to start I'm in a time crunch so I'm going crazy haha.

In specifics the drop down menus on the sides have variable pricing additions depending on which you choose.


Thanks for your help guys :D

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Dani Chankhour

I believe you are looking to implement product options. And although eCart does support adding product options, it is limited and requires some custom coding. But i think you should take a look at our PowerStore solution pack which comes ready with the ability to add product options.

You could see a demo here:

powerstore-demo.com/

and a feature tour here:

powerstore/

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wormh7393483

Well is that program able to 1 be imported on an already made site, and 2 on the options drop down tabs are they able to add to the price depending on which you select?

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Dani Chankhour

Importing PowerStore will be a difficult task to accomplish because PowerStore is usually a starting point because it gives you most of the functionality for a site such users login/registration and more.


Yes. The price would change based on your selection.

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wormh7393483

Originally Said By: Dani Chankhour
  Importing PowerStore will be a difficult task to accomplish because PowerStore is usually a starting point because it gives you most of the functionality for a site such users login/registration and more.


Yes. The price would change based on your selection.  




My issue is I already have a website made and need the cart/drop down menus, and login on that web site...

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Dani Chankhour

This link will take you to a thread that is in the process of explaining how to add cart options. the thread first explains how to set up the database first and set up your admin pages.

If you have any question in regard to the steps, please post back in this thread and i will be happy to assist you.


showthread.php?t=5889

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