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Link in email

Thread began 12/26/2009 6:09 pm by flhomesites394744 | Last modified 12/28/2009 2:06 pm by Eric Mittman | 575 views | 1 replies |


Link in email

How would I add an create a link in an email so a buyer could click on the link and go directly to the check out cart for a particular item?

I have buyers that ask questions first before buying so I want to make it easier for them to check out after I answer the questions.


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Eric Mittman

One way that you could do this would be to set a parameter for the item, like it's id in the link that the customer is going to click on. So the link might look like this:


This link should then direct the user back to a special page that you will make that will filter a recordset on the item id from the link. You can then use this filtered rs bindings for the add to cart server behavior that is on this page. You then just need to specify the checkout cart page as the redirect in the add to cart server behavior.

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