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I'm looking to add the search module to an external html page on my server. I need it to function exactly the same as it does on the site, so if you were to click "go" or "search" it would load up the results on the webasyst shopping cart as usual. But I'm sort of at a loss in doing so. Any idea how I might do this?
in the WYSIWYG editor you just click on the correct module and it adds it, I need to do the same just with code. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
What do you understand by 'external page'?
We basically have what one could consider an intro page which leads into webasyst. The page is just a standard HTML page. I want to put the search on that page, but I'm not sure where to look to find the script that I need to put it in.
Our company has thousands of products listed in the shopping cart software but the intro page pretty much serves as a highlight of certain featured products. If someone comes to that page I would like to give them the option of searching right there without having to get into the next page which is the webasyst software. Of course the results would show up in the webasyst layout, so no worries there...
Pretty much what I'm looking for is a search widget, a code I can use in my html page.
Last edited by C.Adley (2012-02-24 11:30)
If it is the simple product search form you are writing about, then simply copy the full HTML code of the FORM tag (and all nested tags) from the online storefront and paste it to the intro HTML page. Have you already you tried this?