[ic] Any problems with this small hunk of code?
Brian J. Miller
brian at endpoint.com
Thu Sep 29 11:40:20 EDT 2005
Spencer Christensen wrote:
> Brian J. Miller wrote:
>> DB wrote:
>>> The following code seems to work ok within a loop on a page I named
>>> items_list.html, the goal being to add a part to the cart and return to
>>> the same page. I'm just wondering if there are any glaring problems with
>>> doing things this way. Any thoughts welcome.
>>> <form action="[process-target]" method="POST">
>>> <input type="hidden" name="mv_session_id" value="[data session id]">
>>> <input type="hidden" name="mv_todo" value="refresh">
>>> <input type="hidden" name="mv_nextpage" value="ites_list">
>> I am assuming the above should read "items_list" instead of "ites_list"
>> based on the name in your text. An easy way to avoid this issue if you
>> are going to submit back to the same page is to use an IC "built-in"
>> <input type="hidden" name="mv_nextpage" value="@@MV_PAGE@@">
>> Should give you the same thing and is more portable.
> Hello DB,
> Besides what Brian mentioned, I would say that this method is fine.
> One thing that crosses my mind is your quantities. Is there a reason
> for hard coding the quantities to 1? Are you restricting customers from
> ordering more than one of the same item? If so, then you will need to
> stop them from adding the same item to their cart more than once. They
> add it to their cart, the page refreshes, and then they click on the
> item again. Something to think about. But if this isn't a problem,
> then don't worry about it.
>From his original code:
<input type="text" name="mv_order_quantity" value="1" size="3">
The "1" is just the default in an open text box. How was it hard coded?
There isn't even a maxlength not that that means much anyways.
Brian J. Miller
End Point, Corp.
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