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Vince
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Posted - 12/08/2020 :  08:50:35  
v7.2.5 is about to be release and one of the changes is that "buttons" are used in some cases instead of input, type=button. For instance...

<button class="ectbutton"><i class="w3-margin-right fa fa-shopping-cart"></i>  Checkout</button>

The reason for this is that it makes the use of HTML elements within the button markup possible and this can be used for easily adding Font Awesome glyphs for instance.

However, this means that the current styling for your site buttons might not work for the new elements and some of them could end up without the site style. To fix this, search in your site style sheet for ...

input.ectbutton

You may find something like this...

input.ectbutton{
background:#7AC244;
color:#fff;
}

Then add "button.ectbutton" to that like this...

input.ectbutton, button.ectbutton{
background:#7AC244;
color:#fff;
}

There will also be a hover class just below, such as this...

input.ectbutton:hover{
background:#ddd;
color:#000;
}

...and add the hover class for the button like this...

input.ectbutton:hover, button.ectbutton:hover{
background:#ddd;
color:#000;
}

If you do this now before updating to v7.2.5 it will do no harm at all and you will then be "future proof" for the new updater.

Vince

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Vince
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39851 Posts

Posted - 12/10/2020 :  01:04:46  
For about a decade now the default layout system for the Ecommerce Plus templates has been the CSS (rather than table based) layouts, however it was always necessary to set the parameter usecsslayout=TRUE / $usecsslayout=TRUE; in the includes file. Now this is assumed by default and only by setting usecsslayout=FALSE / $usecsslayout=FALSE; will table based layouts be used. Really, there shouldn't be anyone left using old table based layouts anyway so this will have little effect, but just in case.

Vince

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