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When implementing a BOGO (buy one get one) sale the transaction will actually take a dollar amount off of every item. The transaction is processed this way because it allows a dollar value to be given to every item, therefore, if one of the products need...
Cart32 uses a set of standard set of HTML template files to generate the check out pages your customers see when they check out. Since these files are HTML, you can modify these templates to meet your specific needs by adding HTML, images, etc. You can ac...
You can change the appearance of buttons in the shopping cart, such as the "Send order" or "Empty Cart". 1. Go to the Cart32 web admin. 2. On the Appearance tab, select the Buttons tab. 3. Change the appropriate Button Text or add a ...
Cart32 uses a set of standard set of HTML template files to generate the check out pages. You can modify these templates to meet your specific needs. You can access the template files by connecting via FTP to your ecommerce server or the Cart32 Hosting co...
Cart32 uses a set of standard page templates to generate the output pages. You can modify these templates to meet your specific needs. To access your template files if your cart is hosted with us, just follow these steps. Option 1 - Hosting control pan...
You can include the following Cart32 codes in the ConfirmOrder.html HTML template files to pull in information for orders. - total without shipping and tax - shipping amount - tax amount - total including shipping and tax - order number
You can remove the Send Order (Normal) button in the shopping cart if you are using secure transactions - which generates the Send Order (Secure) button. 1. Go to the Cart32 web admin. 2. On the Appearance tab, select the Buttons tab. ...
The Click Here To Continue Shopping link is used by default on most of the Cart32 pages. Cart32 will read the http_referer (yes, typo in the http standard) and use that as a link on the Cart32 page. This allows a customer to click that link after adding...
In version 8, Cart32 supports mobile checkout pages. To enable or disable this, you will simply need to log in to Cart32 and on the left side there will be a panel called "Mobile", if you hover over that, another option called "Mobile Checkout" that you w...
By default Cart32 has a few areas where it's name is shown. You can remove the "Shopping cart powered by Cart32" links from your templates and emails. To disable the advertisements on the template files simply change the ending body and html tags by a...
Cart32 has set up a wildcard A-Record and SSL on our server. Currently this is only available for www.cart32hostingred.com. This means that you can have your products post to something similar to this: https://anythingYouWant.cart32hostingred.com Where ...
Cart32 uses template files to help drive the order process. These template files can be modified in many ways. The most common modifications are those which change the appearance of the checkout process to more closely resemble the website from which th...