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html_form1 and htm_form2

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : Future Features WishList
Jul-16-18 10:36 AM EST
Original Message
html_form1 and htm_form2
Author Schwab Ralf on 11-15-2000 at 17:23 (EST)

i have read about the following in another ushop
forum, but i dont find it again:
Its about the order_template.html:
It would be much more better if you implement in
a further ushop version the function of 2 order_templates - one for the customer-data input, and the other for the confirmation of the
inserted data. So i can customize the second
appearnce of the order_template.

with best regards

schwab ralf

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  RE: html_form1 and htm_form2 Bill Weiner, 2000-11-16 07:15:55 (1)

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         1. RE: html_form1 and htm_form2
        Author Bill Weiner on 11-16-2000 at 07:15 (EST)
I think the posting that you are referring to is this one:

As mentioned there, we will possibly be adding additional configuration fields to the Control Panel so that you can specify different template.html files for each stage in the order process. In the mean time, you could try what is mentioned here:

... which basically says that you can create two order forms now. That is, rename the first order form page to something like "order1_template.html"....and then configure this filename under the "Order Form Template" setting of the uShop Control Panel (GENERAL SETTINGS - ORDER FORM).

As for the second order form page (ie. the review/confirmation page)... at this time the file "order_template.html" will always be used. So make your "order_template.html" page be used as the review/confirmation page.

In summary:

STEP 1: Make two separate order templates:

STEP 2: Under GENERAL SETTINGS - ORDER FORM, configure the "Order Form Template" as: order1_template.html. (This will be the first order page where the customer enters the billing/shipping information).

STEP 3: And the "order_template.html" page will automatically be used as the review/confirmation page.

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