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Help setting up iFrame

    Oct 14 2010 08:10:23

    #1

    Simon Clay

    Join date : 2009-02-19      Posts : 43

    Hi,

    I would like the cart to show in an iframe (which i have achieved), but how do I make it so that when the user returns to the site it is in the Main window and not the iframe?

    I'm trying to do this because I think it would look more professional not to go away from the site when people 'click add to cart' or 'review cart'.

    Is iframe the answer? Perhaps there's a better way?



    Oct 14 2010 10:09:46

    #2

    GT

    Join date : 2008-09-18      Posts : 3207

    What's your return link?

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    Oct 14 2010 13:45:12

    #3

    Debbie Q

    Join date : 2008-09-18      Posts : 4994

    When using an iframe you do not need to use a continue shopping button because the customers never have left your site. To add more items they would simply use your navagation menu to go the next item they want to purchase.

    Debbie Q

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    Oct 14 2010 21:23:50

    #4

    Simon Clay

    Join date : 2009-02-19      Posts : 43

    Debbie Q said When using an iframe you do not need to use a continue shopping button because the customers never have left your site. To add more items they would simply use your navagation menu to go the next item they want to purchase.

    Debbie, that is embarrassingly obvious. Thanks. :)