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Login, add to cart … with images… need help
 
chiaraweb
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Hi all

I’m searching for a recent answer about my question, any thread are very old and I think that now the job is a little bit different

I trying to put any icons in the top links for login, account etc. but I cannot understand if the right way is edit links.phtml or the boxes.css

also I’m interested to have a image button for “add to cart” button like shows here

http://www.magentocommerce.com/images/uploads/mag-product-tiers.jpg

Does anybody help me?

thanks a lot

 
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alistek
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Links.phtml will automatically generate the link content so to add different individual links might be difficult since each separate link is not given a unique class to identify it with.  To do the add to cart button that would be easiest with CSS.  Just create a background-image I would think with whatever class that is.  One possible way to do the top links are to find out what actual php calls there are to create the links to get each item and use those to get the dynamic information but allow you more placement options then just generating the links and making the same icon for each.

-Adam

 
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alistek - 11 April 2008 06:12 AM

Links.phtml will automatically generate the link content so to add different individual links might be difficult since each separate link is not given a unique class to identify it with.  To do the add to cart button that would be easiest with CSS.  Just create a background-image I would think with whatever class that is.  One possible way to do the top links are to find out what actual php calls there are to create the links to get each item and use those to get the dynamic information but allow you more placement options then just generating the links and making the same icon for each.

-Adam

THanks Adam
I’ve seen that links at the top change and they have not an identifier ...
for the add to cart button ... I will try now, thanks

 
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