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  1. Harmen

    Hi all, Currently I am working on a filter for all the products in a category. So I've set up a class and built a (PW) form in it. When the user clicks on continue the form should return a processform function which sets the variable of the form in a session. Later in the file I want to read out that session and use that variable to select which products should show up and which should be hidden. So now with code examples to make it a bit more clear for you: In my file I start with a class: class classname { public function ShowForm() { $form = $this->Form1(); if ($this->input->post->submit) { if ($this->processForm1($form)) $this->session->redirect("./"); } return $form->render(); } Then a form inside the class: protected function Form1() { $form = wire('modules')->get("InputfieldForm"); $form->description = "Fill in the fields to find the mouse which fits your wishes"; $form->label = "Mouse Selector"; $form->action = "./"; $form->method = 'post'; $f = wire('modules')->get("InputfieldRadios"); $f->name = "Hand"; $f->label = "label"; $f->addOption(1, "1"); $f->addOption(2, "2"); $form->add($f); $this->addSubmit($form, 'Continue'); return $form; } This function is called when the user submits: protected function ProcessForm1($form) { $form->processInput($this->input->post); $this->session->hand = (int)$form->get("Hand")->value; } As you see I store the variable of the submitted form in a session. After closing the class I continue with building the page and then I want to read out that variable: $value = $this->session->hand; $content .= "Value of 'Hand': " . $value; But when I execute this on my website I cannot see the value of the form. Have I done something wrong or how can I fix this? Thanks in advance, ~Harmen
  2. Hi, now I need your help getting an idea: I've got a page "The Jungle Book" containing details on the book by Rudyard Kipling. With ShoppingCart module, I'd like to offer the book both as a PDF for download as well as a printed version. I added the sc_price and sc_qty fields to the page, which is half of what I need: Now the page renders a button to put the book (let's say it's PDF version) into the shopping cart. How do I add a second version of this product on the same page? Titel, price and all the details will be the same, only the actual type of the product (digital version instead of printed version) differs. Since there will be many different pages with books, manually adding a second page for the printed book is not an option. Thanks for your ideas! sarah P.S.: There is this post by apeisa on adding different variations of a product into the shopping cart. But I haven't figured out what's a good way to refer back to the original page (for getting the product information) once a variation is placed in cart.