customizing cart template font Text and other features

nareshnaresh Member
Hi,

can any body help me to do the below three things in foxyio. Thanks in advance.

1) Instead of showing default quantity as 1, How to send(post) Item quantity from our store(site) page to Foxy cart template.
2) How to change the styles for text in cart template (like, changing the font and style for Item name, code and any other text)
3) How to provide links to images in cart template and when user clicks on the image user should be able to go back to store.
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  • fc_adamfc_adam FoxyCart Team
    @naresh,

    Happy to help!
    1) Instead of showing default quantity as 1, How to send(post) Item quantity from our store(site) page to Foxy cart template.
    As part of your add to cart, you can include a quantity attribute, set to whatever quantity you or the customer want. Generally people will include an open text input within an add to cart form to allow the customer to specify a specific quantity. More details on all the different native options for add to carts can be seen at http://wiki.foxycart.com/static/redirect/add_to_cart
    2) How to change the styles for text in cart template (like, changing the font and style for Item name, code and any other text)
    Within your store's FoxyCart administration, on the "configuration" page, you can use the "Add custom header and footer code to your templates" option to add custom styles to the "header" textarea. This will include any code entered there within the head of the cart, checkout and web receipt to include custom CSS. You can use this to apply any custom styles you need.

    To work out the specific elements to apply it to - we'd recommend using your browsers inspection tool to look at the existing styles and use those as a basis for creating your own custom styles to overwrite them.

    For additional information on making changes to our templates, we have some information on our wiki at http://wiki.foxycart.com/static/redirect/templates
    3) How to provide links to images in cart template and when user clicks on the image user should be able to go back to store.
    Similar to the first option - we have an image attribute you can utilise as part of your add to cart - this will be the URL to your image (either as a full URL or a relative URL to the website domain set in your store settings). The image will then be displayed throughout the rest of the process, from the cart to the web and email receipts.
  • nareshnaresh Member
    Thank you adam for the help.
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