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"Display Cart Options"
Posted by Brian Levine on Mar-18-03 at 01:38 PM (EST)
This is a pretty low priority request.

All of our pages use a custom background as well as display our logo. That is, except for the display cart page, which is controlled by the uShopOrderButton applet. It would be nice to have a background and a logo parameter so that the cart that is displayed when the button is pressed uses our background and logo.

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RE: Display Cart Options, Bill Weiner, Mar-19-03, (1)

 

 
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Posted by Bill Weiner on Mar-19-03 at 05:47 AM (EST)
Actually, you should at least be able to set the background image of the first "Review Cart" page (the page that gets displayed immediately after pressing the uShopOrderButton applet) by customizing the "template_cart.html" page that is located in your classes directory. That is, try setting the BACKGROUND of that page to your desired background image, such as:

< BODY BACKGROUND="http://www.uburst.com/images/forum_logo.gif" BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF" >

The order pages following that first "Review Cart" cart page are controlled by the "order_template.html" file located on the CGI side of things (in your cgi "data" directory). I believe that unfortunately, that "order_template.html" page currently has the < BODY > tag overwritten when the uShop CGI script displays the order pages on the CGI side of things... So we'll look into having the CGI script avoid removing any customized < BODY > tags that are used in the "order_template.html" page.

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