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shopping cart in HTML form

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : General Questions
Nov-19-17 04:33 PM EST
Original Message
shopping cart in HTML form
Author Peter Malborn on 01-24-2001 at 15:52 (EST)
Hi!
Is there a way to enter the information of the shopping cart into an ordinary HTML-form and send it in an email? As I have access to a form-to-mail server I would prefer to do it this way. I am not asking for banking details on the form (cash in advance) so that I do not require a secured connexion.
Thanks for your help.
Peter
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  RE: shopping cart in HTML form Bill Weiner, 2001-01-25 06:51:06 (1)

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         1. RE: shopping cart in HTML form
        Author Bill Weiner on 01-25-2001 at 06:51 (EST)
No, you can't really do that at this time.... but what may get you close to what you are trying to do is to modify the template for the HTML shopping cart which is called "template_cart.html" and is located in your "classes" directory. That is, you could remove the < USHOP BUTTONS > tag from that template page.... and then the usual "Back" and "Continue" buttons will NOT be displayed on the "Review Cart" page. In fact, instead of the < USHOP BUTTONS > tag, you could add your own instructions such as "Please print out this page and mail/fax it to us." This, of course, doesn't resolve your request to email the shopping cart data at that point... but that's what the uShop CGI script is for.
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