- QCCart's shopping cart software uses several set fields in the "Add To Cart" action. Each of the variables are separated by a | character (pronounced "or" and is found on the keyboard above the back-slash key) and allows information to be compiled into a single variable, reducing data entry time.
- The field separators (the first 4 are required) must be used in proper order. If a certain field is not applicable to you, leave it empty as a placeholder to prevent the field count from being thrown.
- If your product entry requires a quotemark you must use the code " or data will be lost.
- Here is an example of the HTML needed to create an add button. Please remember that you would need to modify each field. If you are not going to use some of the fields, simply leave them empty.
<form method=POST action="https://www.qccart.net/cgi-bin/cart.cgi">|
<input type=hidden name=additem value="cartid|itemname|itemcost|itemquantity
<input type=submit value="Add To Cart">