Classic ASP Help

Posted on 2012-04-05
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2012-04-07
Hello Experts,

I need a help here. I have this classic asp page and what I need is the "Go to Checkout" button should be hidden at page load and when user add an item to the cart using "Add to Cart", then only the checkout button should be visible. How can I implement it..

Also as there are going to be 2 submit on this page.. how can I handle the submit of those 2 different button on the same asp form?

Question by:Aanvik
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by:Ivo Stoykov
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1st you need to have somewhere stored the Cart data for each user.
2nd two submit buttons might have few realizations:
To keep the post short I'll point two of them:
either two forms or submit button change under definite circumstances.


Ivo Stoykov

Accepted Solution

ee_reach earned 2000 total points
ID: 37810377

Here is an answer I wrote for someone else previously who had a very similar problem.  A code example is included, which should be easily adaptable to your question.


Hope this helps.


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