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Crazypilot

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Hi all,

 

I wonder if there is a helpfull sole that can help me to add a extra "Add to cart" button in the Products description.

 

Reason is I have lengthy descriptions made via HTML and at the moment the "Add to cart" button is at the end of description (needs scrolling).

 

What I need is an extra button (same function) at the top of the page for customers who already have read the information.

 

As I am no wizzard in PHP I hope someone can be helpfull.

 

Best regards

Crazypilot

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Hi all,

 

I wonder if there is a helpfull sole that can help me to add a extra "Add to cart" button in the Products description.

 

Reason is I have lengthy descriptions made via HTML and at the moment the "Add to cart" button is at the end of description (needs scrolling).

 

What I need is an extra button (same function) at the top of the page for customers who already have read the information.

 

As I am no wizzard in PHP I hope someone can be helpfull.

 

Best regards

Crazypilot

 

 

look for the button in your code and just copy that part of the code within tablerow tags above the spot where your description begins

 

:-)

Monika

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You just need to link to the product numbers....

 

e.g. if you look at a page on my site which is made using html....

 

http://www.vwspares.co.uk/g4brakes.html

 

the buy buttons link to the osCommerce cart, so if you click buy on that page it adds them to your basket.

 

So for example the buy button links to osCommerce product numbers such as

 

http://www.vwspares.co.uk/catalog/index.ph...products_id=376

 

So the code to add in the html where you want the button is

<a href="http://www.yoursite.co.uk/catalog/index.php?action=buy_now&products_id=495><img border="0" src="includes/languages/english/images/buttons/button_in_cart.gif"></a>

 

You will need to change those URL's to suit your site, and you can use any image as a buy button.

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