Force use of HTML Form type Add-to-Cart buttons

Force use of HTML Form type Add-to-Cart buttons
By checking the "Force use of HTML Form type Add-to-Cart buttons" box, you can override the Automatic Add-to-Cart Button Type Detection setting by  "Forcing" the program to publish all of your Add-to-Cart buttons as HTML Form type buttons and not publish any as Hyperlink type buttons. This is useful if you want the Item Quantity edit boxes to be appear on each of your Product Ads. Read below for more information.

Note: You also have the option to suppress (turn off) publishing of the Item Quantity edit boxes displayed on the Product Ads. This setting can be set using the "Ad Design" Utility.

Automatic Add-to-Cart Button Type Detection
This program supports both Paypal and Mal's e-commerce Add-to-Cart Hyperlink and HTML Form type Add-to-Cart buttons.

To utilize the Form option, switch to the Database sheet and check the Option boxes located in the User Field header. When checked, these User fields will automatically transform into Option fields in which the data in these fields will become selectable options in drop down scroll boxes next to the Add to Cart buttons in your final published Product Ad pages. If you leave the Database Option check boxes unchecked, then these User fields will act as static field values just as they were in the previous releases.

You can have up to five (5) selectable options. These options do not affect the price and only present added selectable features for the product ad such as a size: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, and XX-Large or colors option like Blue, Red, Green, Yellow, and Orange.

If you check the Option check boxes and leave all five (5) User cells empty, then the Add to Cart buttons will automatically revert back to Hyperlink buttons. If data is present in these field cells and the Option boxes are checked, then the program will automatically generate HTML Form buttons.

Sam Raheb
XLEcom Program Developer