RW 8.7. Depth theme. RapidcartPro. Trying to switch to Yuzool Nav stack. Having problems with the branding part, but that’s a separate issue. The Depth theme won’t display the font awesome correctly on the menu throughout the site. Had a previous post on this with some help but it didn’t solve the problem.
For The cart to work in the headers you will need to make every page php. The code above injects the money amnt using php. RW won’t automatically change the file extension from .html to .php since you are adding the php by hand.
As for the spacing you can try adding a non-breacking space between the amount and basket:
During my days as an HVAC controls guy customers would often ask, can you make the system (our company was a Schneider Ecostruxure rep) do this, do that? Well, yes, it could and I’d generally do what they asked for free. And now I feel like I am in the customer chair. And I am very grateful for your help.
The stylesheet code did the trick.
I’ll give the shopping cart codes a go.
As for the file name changing, this gets changed in General Settings>Filename>index.html to index.php?
I was also doing some searching on warehousing images and read Will’s ebook. He suggested a couple places to learn HTML. Sounds like a good idea during the cold Indiana winter.
For existing pages you’ll need to change the name in the page inspector from index.html to index.php. You will also need to delete the old .html files on the webserver manually with an FTP app or file manager.
For future files, you can change the default file extension to PHP in the advanced settings.
One other thing I think I remembered about RCP. If I remember correctly, you’ll need to put a shopping cart on every page if you want the cart total to work. Even if you hide it from being visible it needs to be there for the cart to work.
There are many ways to learn HTML, free, paid, books videos, and tutorials. The two (W3schools, and CodeAcademy) @willwood mentions are great resources. You can also find lots of stuff on youtube, Udemy, and online by searching. Don’t forget that html is only one part of what you should learn. You’ll probably use CSS as much or more than html.
I’d also suggest that you learn to use the chrome developers tools. Udemy has a pretty good free course on that. Firefox has great tools as well, Safari’s tools aren’t so bad either.