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"Template Cart - hmmm"
Posted by Gary on Dec-11-00 at 06:51 PM (EST)
Last problem then im on my way to getting it sussed. Right I edited the display_cart.html to suit what I need. But to my horror once I get to that page through the ordering process, the cart size breaks all the columns in my template, thus making the page look odd.
Is there any way I can make the display cart not as wide, so it wont disrupt the look?

I have altered the orderbuttonclass to remove weight and description, yet the table stays the same size. I would rather use percentage for width rather than actual pixel size. Can this be altered easily?

That is my final problem to overcome.

Cheers!

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RE: Template Cart - hmmm, Bill Weiner, Dec-12-00, (1)

 

 
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Posted by Bill Weiner on Dec-12-00 at 06:22 AM (EST)
I just checked the source code ... and yes, the width of the cart that is displayed on the first "display_cart.html" page is specified as a percentage. This means that the width is controllable on the template_cart.html page by adjusting the width of the table on the "template_cart.html" that contains the < USHOP CART > keyword. In fact, as a test, I just tried changing the width of that table on the "template_cart.html" page to be 305 (instead of the default 595)... and it did appear to shrink the size of the cart appropriately. So maybe you can double-check the table size on your "template_cart.html" page?

On a side note, you can also slightly adjust the size of the cart on the "order_template.html" pages in the same way.... It's just that on those's "order_template.html" pages... the < USHOP FOOTER > keywords is used... and so that also would adjust the width of the payment button area too (which may or may not be desireable.)

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