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Editing existing add to cart button

Thread began 1/08/2010 3:03 am by teethirty | Last modified 1/18/2010 4:08 pm by Jimmy Wu | 814 views | 5 replies |

teethirty

Editing existing add to cart button

Hi. is it possible to edit an existing add to cart button. For example, I want to edit the ID, name or price. If yes, how is it done? Thanks!

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Jimmy Wu

Open up your Server Behaviors panel and find the eCart Add to Cart server behavior for the add to cart button and double click it. This should bring up the original interface so you can change things.

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teethirty

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cool! got it! thanks so much for the help!

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Jimmy Wu

Glad you were able to get it working. For future reference, you should check in the Server Bindings panel when looking to edit any behaviors that are added to the page. If you run into any additional issues, feel free to open a new thread.

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birdscreen398247

editing existing add to cart button

I had this same question, but when I open the behavior and edit it, it adds a new button, rather than simply changing the old one. How can I edit it without it adding a new button every time?

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Jimmy Wu

What are you modifying on your Add to Cart button? Does just hitting ok after opening the server behavior without modifying anything also add a new button to the page?

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