was designed to be offer maximum flexibility when
integrating the cart into your current web
design. Even though the heart of the
cart is firmly established, there are several ways
to work around the main portion of the frame in a
stylish and effective manner.
Any customization should be considered only by
designers comfortable with HTML, CSS, and ASP.
It is very important to never change the
default.asp file in your /cart subfolder.
Any changes to this file could disable the cart
and Footer Files
into the control panel you have the option of
choosing header and footer files that change the
look of the cart immediately. This brief
tutorial shows the possible ways you can use the
header and footer to provide both an integrated
look and expanded navigational possibilities.
get more control over your text components, you
will want to add a style sheet to your site if you
choose to use headers and footers.
It is beyond the scope of our support to go
into how to make style sheets. However, it
is important to know that all the text in the cart
body is in table cells. As such, you need to
specify a default for "TD". Also, the
navbar already has a class specified of
tdnavbar_up and tdnavbar_dn.
These should be included in your style sheet.
can also choose to frame the cart. While
some people dislike the use of frames, when used
correctly they give the cart the appearance of
being seamlessly integrated into your site.
of Frames and Header/Footer Files
is a challenge to provide your customers with all
of the information they need to make intelligent