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Is it possible to add Osc boxes to static .html or .php page


MikeF

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Hi,

I have searched for this and haven't come up with anything...Is it possible to add the, quick find box, shop by category box and shop by manufacturer box to a static page with the extension .html or .php pages?

 

The goal is to have a couple of "static pages" with the boxes on them, and have the boxes work. When users use the boxes on the static pages they would end up in the appropriate location in osc.

 

If this is possible could someone please explain how to do this?

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Run your mouse over any of the links inside OSCommerce. Use those URL's on your static pages. If you want to add "static" pages and have the OSCommerce "shell" wrapped around them with all the boxes working and the same look then check out how your Shipping and Returns page is setup inside your OSCommerce site..

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Run your mouse over any of the links inside OSCommerce. Use those URL's on your static pages. If you want to add "static" pages and have the OSCommerce "shell" wrapped around them with all the boxes working and the same look then check out how your Shipping and Returns page is setup inside your OSCommerce site..

 

Hi,

Thank you for the help. I just need the, quick find box, shop by category box and shop by manufacturer box added to a static page. :lol:

 

i think I need to do something with application_top.php but i am not sure what it is how i do it. i think i need to "include" it but I dont know how to do that.

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MikeF and Mandi - you need the Contribution 'Content outside OSC'. You'll need an understanding of PHP to use it right, but it does the job.

 

To have any OSC-generated bits (and thats the way to do it, not just copying bits and URLs around), you need a .php page, not a .html one.

 

The basic concept is that you need application_top.php/header.php/footer.php/application_bottom.php including in any page you want OSC stuff on. The Contribution sorts this for you and is pretty easy to understand. See the Discover and Care sections on my site http://www.absolutepearls.co.uk for an example.

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