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    http://www.westernturnpike.com/clinics-2016

    Plugin Contributor mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    Hi, please have a look at the following instructions. This will guide you and help you achieve something similar.

    Hi, I read it. Thanks. However, this is n’t want I want to acheive. And I can’t see how I can even possibly modify the instructions so I can get my desired result.

    What I want is:

    This is product 1 [Add to cart]
    This is product 2 [Add to cart]
    This is product 3 [Add to cart]

    I do not want:

    This is This is This is
    product 1 product 2 product 3
    [Add to cart] [Add to cart] [Add to cart]

    However, it is possible to have TWO products, with one having no short code but a descritopn and the next one to the right no description but with short code? Thus the ending result is what appears to be one horizontal product.

    Any further assistance would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks again.

    Why is it that instructions says to use:
    [wp_cart_button name=”Product….” etc]

    While your link says to use:
    [wp_cart_display_product name=”product” etc]

    While I am using from an older install and which still seems to work:
    [wp_cart:my product:my price]

    Thanks.

    Hello again. I am learning much as I delve. I even answered some of my own questions already. 🙂 However, I do not think a product box is going to help me at all. First thing is that it requires an image. I do not use images.

    If you look at my we site, I describe a service on a single line and click on a button that says “REGISTER”. There is no product image.

    I really need to have the word register at the end of the description line, not under it.

    I have to say I am surprised considering the popularity, longevity, and extensive coding of this great software, that something so simple is not already available. Perhaps the request is not as common as I might think.

    Anyway, any help is appreciated.

    Thanks.

    P

    Thanks for your help. The solution was to make a simple table and put description in one TD and the [wp_cart_button name] in another.

    Plugin Contributor mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    You are most welcome. Is your issue now resolved?

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