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  • Unique Client-Based Templates » Cart32
    Payment Processing Cart32 Gateway Merchant Services Apply Now PayPal Options American Express Payment Gateway Support Knowledgebase HTML Form Wizard Support Resources Support Options About Us Company History Blog Partners Contact Form Unique Client Based Templates Cart32 uses template files to help drive the order process These template files can be modified in many ways The most common modifications are those which change the appearance of the checkout process to more closely resemble the website from which the customer came from By default all clients use a standard set of template files stored in the Cart32 install directory To change it so that all clients have unique sets of templates do the following Create a new directory on the server to hold the HTML template files Download a new set of template files from the downloads section here Log into your Cart32 Administration Navigate to the File Advanced tab and put the path to the new directory in the field labeled template file directory It must be a file path and not a URL For example c inetpub www root client1 Note If your new templates do not appear to be getting used check the permissions on the new templates Make

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  • A Guide To Basic Form Code » Cart32
    Cart32 how many of the product the customer wants to add In our example the default value is 1 Notice this field is of type text This means a small textbox with the number 1 will show up to the customer so they can change the quantity NOTE You can not use the word quantity in place of qty The final input is the submit button An input of type submit will create a button for the customer to click to submit the form In our example we gave the button a special text of Buy Now by specifying the value attribute So What Else Can We Do With HTML Form Code A LOT There are dozens of preset features you can add to your products for additional control Best of all each product can have its own set of inputs to describe just that product All of the preset options and custom options for your products are controlled by the input tags within your HTML form Above you saw input for price qty and item Here are the rest of the input options you can use with Cart32 and a short description of how they work detailed articles on each can often be found in this same category AccountingCategory Category that the product will be listed under in QuickBooks if you are using the Quickbooks addon with Cart32 Example input type hidden name AccountingCategory value Lawn Mowers Discount This input can perform an automatic discount based on the quantity added Example input type hidden name discount value 1 5 1230 95 6 10 999 95 Example input type hidden name discount value 1 5 10 00 6 10 85 11 70 First one is 15 off second is 30 off Note If are using the product database the discount hidden field is ignored Put the same value as you had in the discount hidden field into the discount field of the database and the discount will work properly Image This input specifies a URL to an image which will show up in the itemlist next to the item name when the customer views their cart Example input type hidden name Image value http www site com lawnmower jpg Item Required The name of the item as you would like it to appear in the Cart32 itemlist when the customer views their cart Example input type hidden name Item value Cool Lawn Mower MaxQty The maximum number of an item that a customer can purchase at one time Example input type hidden name MaxQty value 2 PartNo The unique part number sku upc etc of the product Example input type hidden name PartNo value LM 1 Price Required The price of the product Example input type hidden name Price value 1230 95 P The P fields are used in conjunction with the T fields The P fields specify the actual option selected for a given product added to the cart In this example the customer would type in the preferred

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  • Add To Cart Customizations » Cart32
    value you can change the text displayed on the button In this next example I will make the button text say Buy This Product form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type name value input type submit value Buy This Product form You can also use CSS to style the buttons to some extent The website http cssbutton com forms has information on some of the ways to style a button For more information consult with your developer designer Using An Image Instead Of A Button If a button isn t quite good enough you can always use an image instead Even without javascript you can do this simply replace your input of type submit and replace with with one of type image and specify a src url to the image instead of a value Here is an example form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type name value input type image src http Cart32 com image jpg form Using Javascript And A Text Link Instead Of A Button It is possible to use Javascript to submit your form instead of a button or image Basically you put an onclick event on whatever object you want to submit your form This could be an image button link etc In our example we ll make it a link First we create the form without a submit button or image form id frmShirt method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32

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  • Creating a Multi-Item Form » Cart32
    your form then the price for the 2nd product will be used instead of the price for the 1st product and vice versa Creating A Multi item Form With Options In the section above we took a simple single product form and turned it into a multi item form Let s take that final form and use it as our baseline to make changes to to add options to Here is the basic multi item form we created for a T Shirt and Hat form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem Product 1 T Shirt A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type text name qty value 0 Product 2 Hat br A Stylish Hat for 8 49 input type hidden name item value Hat input type hidden name price value 8 49 input type text name qty value 0 input type submit value Buy Now form Important Information About Multi item Form Options We will assume you know how to add product options to a single product If you do not please read the articles named Product Options Custom and Product Options Standard In the following examples we will be adding a standard option and then a custom option The most important thing to note about options on multi item forms is this The options for any item in a multi item form MUST exist for all items in the form For example if you have 3 products in your form and one of them has an option for weight then you must put a weight option on the other 2 products If you don t Cart32 has no idea which product the weight option belongs to remember all information is sent in comma separated lists Adding A Standard Product Option Let s modify our basic multi item form above to have a weight for each product The T Shirt will weight 2 pounds and the Hat will weight 0 7 pounds form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem Product 1 T Shirt A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type text name qty value 0 input type hidden name weight value 2 Product 2 Hat br A Stylish Hat for 8 49 input type hidden name item value Hat input type hidden name price value 8 49 input type text name qty value 0 input type hidden name weight value 7 input type submit value Buy Now form Adding A Custom Product Option Now we will modify our multi item form with a custom product option instead of a standard option Luckily for us it is very nearly the same thing In the following example we will give the T Shirt and Hat the option of a color We will allow the customer to choose red green or blue from the dropdown for each product form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem Product 1 T Shirt A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type text name qty value 0 Choose Color select name p1 option value Blue Blue option option value Green Green option option value Red Red option select input type hidden name t1 value d Color Blue Green Red Product 2 Hat br A Stylish Hat for 8 49 input type hidden name item value Hat input type hidden name price value 8 49 input type text name qty value 0 Choose Color select name p1 option value Blue Blue option option value Green Green option option value Red Red option select input type hidden name t1 value d Color Blue Green Red input type submit value Buy Now form Note The option choices red green blue do not have to be the same between products You simply need to make sure the P and T fields are there for all products Adding A Custom Product Option With Different Values Let s say using our example that we wanted the T Shirt to have a size option and the Hat should have a color option We will still use P and T fields in order Let s use the example we just made above and modify the T Shirt section to have a size dropdown instead of a color option we ll leave the Hat s option alone because it s staying a color option To help fill out the example we ll also make it so that ordering a Large shirt adds 2 00 to the price of the shirt Here s how it would look form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem Product 1 T Shirt A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type text name qty value 0 Choose Size select name p1 option value Small Small option option value Medium Medium option option value Large Large add 2 00 option select input type hidden name t1 value d Size Small Medium Large price 2 00 Product 2 Hat br A Stylish Hat for 8 49 input type hidden name item value Hat input type hidden name price value 8 49 input type text name qty value 0 Choose Color select name p1 option value Blue Blue option option value Green Green option option value Red Red option select input type hidden name t1 value d Color Blue Green Red input type submit value Buy Now form Adding Custom Product Options When Products Have Different Numbers Of Options Typically multi item forms have products that are all very similar and the options are either non existent or similar in nature However

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  • Custom Product Options » Cart32
    T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type text name p1 value Enter Personal Message input type hidden name t1 value t Personalized Message input type submit value Buy Now form Multi Line Textbox The multi line textbox is popular in the same ways a textbox is because it allows customers to enter a custom option choice However a multi line textbox allows the customer to put more than a single line in In the following example we will be offering a multi line textbox technically called an HTML textarea for a personalized message We can even control how wide and tall the textbox is with the rows and cols attributes on the textarea form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 textarea name p1 rows 4 cols 30 value Enter Personal Message input type hidden name t1 value m Personalized Message 30 4 input type submit value Buy Now form Note that we use m instead of t in our t1 value to tell Cart32 the option is a multi line textbox textarea Also notice how the T1 value has 30 4 after the option name This tells Cart32 what size to make the textarea in the itemlist after the customer adds an item to the cart The first number represents cols columns and the second number represents rows These do not have to match what you put on your page The textarea in the itemlist can be smaller or bigger according to your needs Radio Button Radio buttons are a great way to display all available options at once and allow the user to only select one of them Radio buttons work their magic by being assigned the same name Earlier above we created a dropdown box with three option choices for our T Shirt for its color We will now do the same thing except we will use radio buttons To display a radio button we simply change our HTML input type to radio Here is an example form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type radio name p1 value Blue Blue input type radio name p1 value Green checked Green input type radio name p1 value Red Red input type hidden name t1 value r Color Blue Green Red input type submit value Buy Now form Note how we used r instead of t in our T1 value to tell Cart32 the option is a radio button Also notice how we gave all the options the same name of P1 By doing this the product page will only allow one option choice to be selected at a time This helps prevent double selection issues you might get using checkboxes Finally we used the keyword checked on the radio option choice Green making it the default selected option choice Checkbox Checkboxes are a great way to allow customer to select opt in options These are simple yes no type options In the following example we ll add a checkbox option to our shirt to include an extra button sown to the tag Note that checkboxes always have a value of Yes form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type checkbox name p1 value Yes Include Free Button Sown To Tag input type hidden name t1 value c Include Free Button Yes No input type submit value Buy Now form Note how we used c instead of t in our T1 value to tell Cart32 the option is a checkbox We also gave the checkbox only two options in our T1 field Yes and No By setting the P1 value to Yes that means Yes will be passed if the checkbox is marked otherwise nothing is passed Hidden Hiding an option may seem bizarre at first but there are several good reasons Hiding an option allows you to fill in the option with javascript or any other scripting you want to do and then pass that option along to the Cart without the customer ever seeing it It will however show up to you when you go to view the order later For example you might have 10 different sales reps all selling the same product for commission Do you really want to have the customer enter the reps name when they order You could just tell your reps to direct them to their own product page with a hidden option called representative or whatever This allows you to keep your product data consistent and still track commissions through the product options In the following example we will create a hidden option that has a representatives name as a hidden option on our T Shirt form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type hidden name p1 value Chris Stewart input type hidden name t1 value h Representative Chris Stewart input type submit value Buy Now form Note how we use h instead of t in the T1 value to tell Cart32 the option is hidden Also we put a semicolon and the representatives name of Chris Stewart after the option name This allows us to mandate that the option choice always be Kyle Harper when submitted from that product form Changing Product Details Based On An Option Cart32 is able to modify some of the

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  • Standard Product Options » Cart32
    number for ease of use later or it can be used actively in conjunction with a products database This article will simply explain how to tag a product with a part number For more information on how the products database works please search for the KB article Products Database It has much information about the subject Here is an example of how to add a part number to your product form code form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type hidden name partno value ABC123 input type submit value Buy Now form Price Required The price input is the other required input for a product form The price field can either be a static hidden field or it can be a text field for things like donations Our basic example at the top of this article shows how to specify price as a static hidden field in our case 19 95 However if you wanted to make a donation form you could make the price editable I will now take our example above and change it from a T Shirt to a Donation and I ll make the price adjustable so the customer can select their donation amount Note This also works great for allowing customers to select a gift certificate amount form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem Please Enter Your Donation Amount And Click Make Donation input type hidden name item value Charitable Donation input type text name price value 19 95 input type submit value Make Donation form P Fields The P fields are used in conjunction with the T fields to give custom options to your products For example giving our T Shirt the option of Color with options for maybe blue red green etc The flexibility and depth of these custom options are so vast an entire article exists to explain them You can find the article labeled Product Options Custom in the same category as this article It has all the information you need for these fields Qty The Qty field is used to specify the quantity of an item to purchase Typically this is a text field or drop down so the customer can select however many of an item they wish The first thing we notice about the Qty field is it is not required If you leave it out as we did in our examples above Cart32 will simply assume a Qty of 1 The second thing we notice is it is spelled QTY not quantity In fact if you spell it quantity in your product form Cart32 will not recognize it which means it will ignore it And finally you can either show or hide the Qty field according to your needs Showing The Qty Field The most common use of the Qty field is to show it make it of type text This allows the customer to enter in a number in the textbox for however many they wish to purchase You can also make it a dropdown but that is covered later in this article in the section titled QtyDrop Here is an example of our example form with a Qty field added to allow the customer to buy more than one at a time default qty of 1 form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 br Qty input type text name qty value 1 input type submit value Buy Now form Hiding The Qty Field Sometimes however you may need to just have a button for purchasing different amounts For example you may have your products laid out in a grid with just a simple button for Buy 1 Buy 10 or Buy 100 Whatever your reason is you can specify a qty in your product form without allowing the customer to modify it Here is an example qty of 100 form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 input type hidden name qty value 100 input type submit value Buy Now form QtyDrop Often times tight control of the quantity of an item being purchased needs to be maintained Cart32 allows you to specify a dropdown box for the Qty instead of specifying a hidden or text editable value This requires 2 steps creating a dropdown list for the qty on your product form and then specifying a matching QtyDrop to tell Cart32 what options to allow in the itemlist in case the customer updates the quantity in the itemlist Creating The Qty Dropdown List Turning the qty input into a dropdown is pretty simple The biggest difference is we will use an HTML select object instead of an HTML input object like we have been using Inside of the HTML Select object we will put all our options In the following example we will have a dropdown with qty options of 1 10 and 100 Also in our example we will make 1 the default selected value by adding the word Selected to that option form method post action http Cart32 com cgi bin cart32 exe test additem A Nice T Shirt for 19 95 input type hidden name item value T Shirt input type hidden name price value 19 95 select name qty option value 1 selected 1 option option value 10 10 option option value 100 100 option select input type submit value Buy Now form Passing The QtyDrop Options To Cart32 Even though we created a dropdown list on the product form above we still only get to pass

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  • Basic Shipping Information » Cart32
    ways real time grid based weight total item count and built into item cost The following sections will outline each one in a little more detail For more information about a specific type and its configuration please refer to the articles in the same category as this one Real Time Real time shipping is the most commonly used shipping type Real time shipping gets rate calculations from companies like UPS USPS and FedEx Accurate calculations require the following Originating Address The originating address is the address listed on your File Company Info tab Destination Address The destination address is the address your customer enters during checkout Product Weights Product weights are built into your product form code They tell the real time shippers how much weight you will be shipping For more information on product weights in your form code please see the article Product Options Standard Grid Based by weight total item count Sometimes the destination isn t as important for shipping calculations as things like weight total or item count Cart32 allows you to create custom shipping grids based on weight order total or item count Here is a small description of how each one works By Weight When you choose to ship by weight you fill out the grid based on the weight of the order in any unit you like as long as you are consistent decimals are ok Make sure all your products have weights in their form code on your product pages By Total Shipping by total allows you to charge a shipping amount based upon the dollar amount the customer has ordered By Item Count When you ship by a number of items you can do it two ways By Number of Items This method allows you to charge a flat shipping amount for the entire order based upon how many items were ordered By Number of Items Price Per Item This allows you to charge a shipping amount per item ordered based on how many items they ordered Built Into Item Cost It is also possible to charge a flat shipping amount on an individual product basis To do this we simply create a shipping type using the Built Into Item Cost method This method will rely on your product form code for shipping costs Instead of using a weight attribute on your product form code you d simply specify a shipping attribute and the associated shipping cost for each product Showing Shipping Costs Before Checkout Cart32 is able to show the shipping costs to a customer before the customer begins checking out This happens by asking the customer to enter some piece of information when they first add an item to your cart such as zip code country etc This setting is found on the Cart Settings Shipping Types tab After the customer has entered the requested information Cart32 will attempt to get shipping calculations for all of your shipping types Configuring The Shipping Address Fields Configuring your Cart to offer

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  • BOGO Discounts » Cart32
    be given to every item therefore if one of the products needs to be returned you know exactly how much the customer spent Here is an example of the discount per item Buy 1 Get One Free 50 off each item But 2 Get One Free 33 off each item Buy 3 Get One Free 25 off each item This example is set up for Buy Three Get One Free Depending on how what type of BOGO sale you have the quantity and percent off will need to be modified To set this up in your cart please follow these instructions Log in to your Cart32 Administration Click on Shopping Cart Discounts Click Add Discount Item Click the EDIT link on the new discount line Fill out the following information Name BOGO Sale Active checked Set to inactive after use optional Start Date Enter the sale start date ie 08 20 2030 End Date Enter the sale end date ie 09 04 2030 Condition 1 Base On Discount Code Comparison Equals Value BOGO2010 Set the drop down between Condition 1 and Condition 2 to AND Condition 2 Base On Part Number List Comparison Equals Value 4 enter your part number list that will be used in the sale The number will need to change based on your particular sale However it will need to be the total number of items purchased for the sale ie Buy three get one free is 4 Discount Type Percent off items Amount 0 25 Enter the Part Numbers and Quantity Needed to Apply Discount in the table Part No 123 Qty needed 1 this number reflects how many of this item you need to buy in order for the discount to apply Don t forget to CLICK SAVE Once this is set up please

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