the reason it’s not coming through on the forum is pretty much the same reason it’s not working inside of that stack.
To fix on the forum:
type three back-tick ````` characters on a line by themselves, then add your HTML, then three more back-ticks you get something that looks like this:
OK, now how to fix in Stacks…
The button stacks does not expect HTML. So you have two options:
- Don’t use the button stack.
- Insert what the button stack expects
Don’t use the button stack
This is what I suggested first. When you have HTML that you want to add to your page… there’s a stack for that: the HTML stack. So add an HTML stack and put your HTML into it. That will work, and it will be exactly what your shopping cart platform wants. I’d recommend doing this first, just to make sure it works. It’s always good to do the easiest thing first – and work towards the harder thing.
Give the button stack what it expects
The button Stack has two main configurable bits: the label, and the link.
- The label
It looks to me like you’ve been jamming your HTML into the label-text. That’s not what the label is for. It’s just a label. Just put the Add to Order in there (or whatever label you want).
- The link
The link is in the settings. Click the “i” button to open the settings. Then click the Set Link button. Add the link that you want. In your HTML from your cart that will probably be pretty easy to identify. It’ll be the stuff right after the word
href. So if your HTML looks like:
<a href="https://www.merchant.com/cgi-local/cart.cgi?vendorname_12345" someotherjunk>Add To Order</a>
then you’ll want to put just the URL bit in there: