Hi I run a small website for ex members of an RAF Squadron. We would like to offer items for sale on the site but do not want to go down the route of a shopping trolly scenario where by we have to deal with electronic cash payments. To this end I have done a small page that has a table. I would like to be able to present the prospective purchaser with a total cost per item and at the end of their shopping trip the total cost of all goods. I was wondering if anyone could help me with the code
i.e one field is item quantity the other is item total so the math is x*y is simple, even this old grey hair. I can work that out, but how do I make it look pretty on the site?
I have tried to do it using the form calculator jbot in frontpage, but this throws up an error when I try to launch it while in a field in the table.
Below is the web page relating to the table. Apologies to the purists who know all the ins and outs, and think it's untidy stuff, but I am just learning css etc and rather late into the game.
With the exception of any items marked "Squadron Only", these items are offered for sale to all visitors to the site.
Please Note: These items are offered by kind permission of the Officer Commanding 202 Squadron. The Squadron do not undertake on line payments. All transactions must be by a cheque for the correct amount in sterling and encashable at a UK bank. Goods will not be sent until confirmation that the cheque has cleared and the requisite funds are deposited in their account. There will be no relaxation of these rules
Thanks Eric, While I am not sure I understand all the technical wizadry I think I understand the principles. However, for clarification, Do I need to put a version of that script after every entry in the table and again at the last entry(s) for the final calculation?