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zac

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Shopping Cart: More layout questions
« on: January 07, 2008, 10:02:57 pm »

Hi there Stramm... I read over this post a few times
http://forum.coppermine-gallery.net/index.php?topic=49385.0

but its not really helping me

I do not want a second copy of the three buttons but do want to change the look and position of them.  I can probably position them by wrapping a div around the {CART_MENU} but how can I, for one, change the Checkout button to a spiffy cart.gif.  I may want remove the (#)in cart and My Orders buttons altogether. 

On a sort of related question, is the page refresh that occurs because it is updating the # in the cart total button?  If so I would like to change that button to a graphic as well that takes the user to their cart summary page.

Thanks for all your great work and support!!
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Re: Shopping Cart: More layout questions
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2008, 10:08:27 pm »

ahh wait.. I think I found it in the codebase:


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//if you do not want the MyOrders page then uncomment the following line and comment out the one with the menu entry
    //$cart_menu = "<a style=\"padding:2px;\" class=\"admin_menu\" href=\"index.php?file=photo_shop/photo_shop_cart\">".photoshop_count()." {$lang_photoshop['in_cart']}</a> ".$template_sys_menu_spacer." <a href=\"index.php?file=photo_shop/photo_shop_checkout\" style=\"padding:2px;\" class=\"admin_menu\">{$lang_photoshop['checkout']}</a>";
    $cart_menu = "<a style=\"padding:2px;\" class=\"admin_menu\" href=\"index.php?file=photo_shop/photo_shop_cart\">".photoshop_count()." {$lang_photoshop['in_cart']}</a> ".$template_sys_menu_spacer;
if (USER_ID) $cart_menu .= " <a href=\"index.php?file=photo_shop/photo_shop_myorders\" style=\"padding:2px;\" class=\"admin_menu\">{$lang_photoshop['myorders']}</a> ".$template_sys_menu_spacer;
$cart_menu .= " <a href=\"index.php?file=photo_shop/photo_shop_checkout\" style=\"padding:2px;\" class=\"admin_menu\">{$lang_photoshop['checkout']}</a>";

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Re: Shopping Cart: More layout questions
« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2008, 12:23:05 am »

... I am still curious about the page refresh, a more impatient customer may think something is broken as sometimes the reload hangs quite a bit.  Is there a place to stick in some kind of notice [please wait ...] or a loading status or something.  I fear  I may be describing some kind of AJAX implementation that is over my head.
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Re: Shopping Cart: More layout questions
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2008, 11:41:21 am »

a faster server should do the trick ;)
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