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Make "Add Comment...." a required field


Brian-Bear

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google for javascript code, edit the checkout files and add the code.

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Can anyone assist in providing the code to make the "add comments about your order" box in checkout a required field

 

I too want this, I use osCommerce for my flower shop and use the delivery information field to store what customers want to say on the card with the flowers, a lot of customers miss this off so I'm having to call them to find out.

 

Thanks

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All you ned to do is to look at the error code already in the file, then copy it and ammend it to suit your needs, have a go and see if you are able to, as things go its not that hard.

Or look in the create_account.php file there are lots of examples there

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All you ned to do is to look at the error code already in the file, then copy it and ammend it to suit your needs, have a go and see if you are able to, as things go its not that hard.

Or look in the create_account.php file there are lots of examples there

Regards

Nic

 

 

I've been looking at the checkout_confirmation.php but I can't figure out how to get an error to pop up if the comments field is empty.

 

 

I can see that the following is present

 

<?php
 if (tep_not_null($order->info['comments'])) {
?>

 

So I think that does something if the field is not empty, I want it to pop up an error if it is empty, I am no coder, I run a flower shop!!!

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