Microsoft Internet Explorer 4. Online shopping academic Java projects for final year and semster students.
What's A Shopping Cart?
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The woman clicks to purchase a dress. The purchase is then added to her "Shopping Cart". She then moves to the shoes page and clicks to purchase a pair. That item too is added to her Shopping Cart.
Finally, she moves to the accessories page and adds a scarf. After choosing the items she wants to purchase, she clicks on the order page link and a page pops up listing all of her purchases with a final price added up.
That's the concept of a Shopping Cart. It seems like a rather simple process on this side of the curtain, but behind the scenes, it's quite a difficult task to get that purchase data to move along from page to page as the viewer shops around. I should state it right up front, in bold text, so that there is no mistake: I make that statement because many people believe cookies are the scourge of the Internet high seas. I just see them the same way.
Plus, if you want this Shopping Cart effect, you need to store the information somewhere as the viewer moves from page to page. The user's cookie is the easiest way to do it without inventing some new method of writing to the user's hard drive. Cookies are in wide use today and as long as your user knows you are using them, I don't see the problem.
Be honest I always say. It is already fully self-contained and requires little assembly from you. In fact, the entire set of pages and programming were sent to me and I went in and cut away anything that wasn't specifically needed for the cart to work.
Here's what you'll be looking at: There are three pages of items you can buy. There are two ways you can view the cart in action. One link below will open the cart in a new browser window so you can flip back and forth between this tutorial and the cart items. The second link will open the cart in this window. You'll need to use the "BACK" button to return to this tutorial if you use this method as there is no return link to this page in the shopping cart.
I trust you "ooo'ed" and "aaah'ed" a little bit. You'll need a series of seven items to get this to work on your server. You can download them one at a time right here or grab them all in a little Zip file.
Please remember that in order for this to work, you need all the pages. The effect will not display outside of the frames format and you'll get a bunch of errors. In short -- get them all. And put them all in the same directory. I won't be going into that here. What I am going to do here is explain how to alter the Shopping Cart functions so you can set prices and get the information sent to you.
There are really only four pages you'll need to alter, the three pages with Shopping Cart items pageone, pagetwo, and pagethree and the order. They all work the same. The users will consume less amount of time when compared to manual paper work through the automated system.
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