<select name="selectName" size="1">
<option value=""> --Select size/color--</option>
However, this did not work. It would pull up another window, which I really don't want it to do, and it did not add the item to the cart. Basically, that is the CGI call above. I need to add some type of selection system to the pages to let the customer choose size and color. The built in stuff on this particular shopping cart is not acceptable for the end result I am trying to achieve, but I have to use this cart. I can do it with images using the following:
"><img src="anyimage.gif" width="18" height="20" border="0"></a>
This works just fine, although since it is an HREF, it redirects you to the "view cart" page. I would like to avoid the redirect, and simply post the selection to the "cart" 'behind the scenes' so to speak without redirecting the shopper.
The relevant calls are below:
"To use the shopping cart and ordering features of the online shop you don't have to use the default pages - product list, categories and product search. You can directly use some of the CGI's:
x - this link will display the product with ID xxxx.
/olshop/cart.cgi?add=xxxx - this link will add the product with ID xxxx to the
shopping cart, and will display the shopping cart contents.
/olshop/cart.cgi - this link will display the shopping cart contents.
/olshop/orderinfo.cgi - this link will proceed to the ordering form.
For example, if you want customers to add the product 1234 to their shopping cart by clicking on the product picture somewhere on your web site you can use the following HTML code:
I don't profess to know what the heck I am doing with this type of setup, so any help/ other suggestions would be appreciated, thank you in advance!!!