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Cart32 is designed to receive form code submissions (from HTML forms) and process the information accordingly. Everything from adding items, to applying discounts, to checking out is done via forms. The purpose of this article is to outline the basics o...
Cart32 product forms are simple HTML forms with a submit button. However, there are ways to style the submit feature. Use the quick links below to jump to a specific section on these modifications. Quick Links Styling And Phrasing The Default Button...
Cart32 is able to accept multiple items being added to the cart with a single product form. This is accomplished by putting symmetrical product data within the same form. This article will include examples of how to put multiple products within a single f...
Cart32 is able to execute javascript after an order has been made. This is useful for clients who wish to employ various tracking systems. This article will explain how to set up tracking systems. There are a few examples of some existing tracking systems...
Cart32 is capable of creating a cart summary window which can be put on any page to let your customers know what they have in their cart. This article will explain how to create a cart summary window and how to style it. Use the quick links to jump to a p...
When you paste code HTML form code into Dreamweaver from the Cart32 Form Wizard Addon, Dreamweaver may rename the field names such as Partno,Item and others, to Partno1, Item1, etc. This will not send to Cart32 correctly because Cart32 only recognizes the...
Cart has a special method for allowing your customer to remove all items from their cart at once. There are two methods for doing this: an HTML form (POST) or a link (GET). Below are examples of both. In our example we will use a cart located at http:/...
Cart32 now has the ability to display a dropdown box of items that can have a name that is different from the value it passes. Dropdown boxes are most commonly used to populate the state or country fields in the billing and shipping tabs in the cart. Fo...
This button is very useful if you are using the .asp extension for your Cart32 template files. Since the Back button on the browser does not work when template pages are customized using asp, this button can be put at the bottom of the desired pages and a...
Cart32 has a feature which allows your customers to enter in their order information and receive a status update on their order. The order status page asks for the order number, email address, and phone number which were used during checkout. Once enter...
Everyone has unique products and with that comes unique product options. Colors, sizes, scents, flavors; these are just a few of the product options that people need to make available to their customers. Cart32 is able to specify virtually any product...
Cart32 is designed to be as flexible as possible, and that begins with having flexible options for your products. This article covers the standard product options available with Cart32. A separate article on custom product options also exists in the sam...
Cart32 has a feature which allows your customers to create a User Account. This account allows the customer to return and have their information remembered by your cart with a simple log in. Users can also view previous orders they've made. Use the qui...