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What contribution did they use to do this?


bw92116

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I have looked through the contributions area, and I can't tell what contribution was used at this store:

 

http://www.76wholesale.com/index.php?cPath=32

 

When you click on a category, and you are looking at the product listing of items in that category, there is a "Quantity" box for each item. You can enter a number in the box, for how many you want of that item. At the bottom of the page is an "Add to Order" button, and when you click on that, all the quantities you entered are added to your cart all at once. You don't have to add each item to your cart one at a time; you can add a whole list of items in one category by typing in the numbers and then clicking on the button at the bottom.

 

I would like to add this capability to my store, but I can't tell what they added to the basic installation of OSC to do this. I have looked at other contributions on this subject, but all the ones I found add a quantity box but then have an "Add to cart" button by each quantity box. With those contributions, the customer still has to click on "Add to Cart" for every item they are ordering. I want to find the contribution that adds a quantity box, but also adds the "Add to Order" button at the bottom of the page that allows you to add all the items you ordered on that page, with one click.

 

Thanks for your help.

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