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Productpage layout! 
 
neox2
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After I used attributes in my productpage the “add to cart button” goes down. How can I move it up again? (see attachment)
Is there a easy way to the edit the productpage?  I tried different things but I can’t find out. Which files belongs to the productpage?

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robin2160
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Which theme you are using?

 
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/app/design/frontend/default/YOUR_THEME/template/catalog/product/view.phtml

That file is the general layout, you can move things around from there…

 
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Just a small note: The add to cart moved down so your visitors will see the product options before trying to add a product to the cart. So if you manage to move the button up again, you should also try to move the options up. Otherwise it can be very annoying to add something to the cart just to be told that you need to select a certain option first.

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neox2
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Thanks so far. I want to do more with the layout than moving things. In wich css can I change the white spaces en the sizes of the different parts

 
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ckosny
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depends. Easiest way to find out is some tool like Firebug (for Firefox). There right click on the element whose css you want to change and select ‘inspect element’. In the righthand side in the new window you can see the applied css rules for this element.

Good luck

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