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preview doesn`t work on chrome contact support

anazei

Thank you for the notice! I have contacted Envato as this is an ActiveDen issue and should be resolved shortly.

For your convenience, I have created an alternate location where you can find out more information or download a free fully functional demo of EasyCart: http://www.cineblueone.com/easycart/activeden/

the preview shows coding

anazei

Thank you for the notice! I have contacted Envato as this is an ActiveDen issue and should be resolved shortly.

For your convenience, I have created an alternate location where you can find out more information or download a free fully functional demo of EasyCart: http://www.cineblueone.com/easycart/activeden/

Wonderful. This is really nicely put together. Congrats.

anazei

Thank you very much!

I hope you’ll try out the free fully functional demo version on the link provided inside the full screen preview and think of EasyCart whenever you need a fast to build, high quality and easy to customize ecommerce solution!

Can you resize product images, increase size of detail view window, add flash slide shows?

anazei

There’s two parts to EasyCart: the components and SilentAPI.

If you decide to skin the standard EasyCart components by double clicking on components and changing the graphics like you would with a movieclip, it may be easier to skin but dramatically changing the details like increasing the image size may cause graphical overlap. However, using only the components is easier and does not require you to look at any ActionScript at all.

In the LightSave example, the detail view window was built using the SilentAPI functionality which was written using ActionScript. The SilentAPI allows for customized functionality so that you can completely build your own graphics at any size or design you want. It is more customizable if you use EasyCart with ActionScript.

It allows you to do everything the components do but in ActionScript. So you can give it a command like:

addCart.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, addToCart);

function addToCart(e:MouseEvent) { myCart.addToCart(“itemname”, 4.99); }

EasyCart does not include a slideshow functionality but you may custom add it into the site as part of you design if you want.


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