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@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ special [order item-code] tag:
named attributes:
[order code="sku" quantity="n"* href="page"* cart="cartname"* base="table"*]
- * = optional paramenters
+ * = optional parameters
Expands into a hypertext link which will include the specified code in
the list of products to order and display the order page. B<code>
@@ -200,8 +200,8 @@ A basic link can be generated like:
The form parameter value mv_order_fly can contain any number of
fields which will set corresponding parameters in the item attributes.
The fields are separated by the pipe (|) character and contain
-value-parmeter pairs separated by an = sign. (These are URL-encoded by
-the [area ...] or [page ...] tag, of course.) You can set a
+value-parameter pairs separated by an = sign. (These are URL-encoded
+by the [area ...] or [page ...] tag, of course.) You can set a
size, color, or any other parameter.
The special attribute mv_price can be used in conjunction with the
@@ -454,7 +454,7 @@ itself, if you wish.
You can also order items from a form, using the mv_order_item,
mv_cartname, and optional mv_order_quantity variables.
- <FORM METHOD=POST ACTION="[process-order]">
<input type=checkbox name="mv_order_item" value="M3243"> Item M3243
<input name="mv_order_quantity" value="1"> Quantity
<input type=hidden name="mv_cartname" value="layaway">
@@ -486,8 +486,8 @@ quantity, size, color or other factors read on.
=head2 Price Maintenance with CommonAdjust
-As of Interchange 3.11, a flexible chained pricing scheme is available
-when the I<CommonAdjust> directive is set.
+A flexible chained pricing scheme is available when the
+I<CommonAdjust> directive is set.
NOTE: For compatibility with older carts, if both PriceAdjustment and
CommonAdjust are set, and CommonAdjust contains a valid database
@@ -522,7 +522,7 @@ will be used to set the price of the items.
=item 4
-If PriceBreaks is in use, it's price will take precedence over the
+If PriceBreaks is in use, its price will take precedence over the
value of CommonAdjust, though it may also contain a CommonAdjust
@@ -637,7 +637,7 @@ the package Vend::Interpolate. That means that in a UserTag:
$Vend::Interpolate::item->{size} gives size for current item (if there)
$Vend::Interpolate::item->{mv_ib} gives database ordered from
-=item [valid minivend tags]
+=item [valid Interchange tags]
If the settor begins with a square bracket ([) or underscore, it is
parsed for Interchange tags with variable substitution (but no Locale
@@ -810,7 +810,7 @@ directive/option.
Numbers that begin with an equals sign (=) are used as absolute
prices and are I<interpolated for Interchange tags first>, so you can
-use subroutines to set the price. To facilite coordination with the
+use subroutines to set the price. To facilitate coordination with the
subroutine, the session variables item_code and item_quantity
are set to the code and quantity of the item being evaluated. They
would be accessed in a global subroutine with
@@ -1027,7 +1027,7 @@ types:
1. A discount for one particular item code (key is the item-code)
2. A discount applying to all item codes (key is ALL_ITEMS)
- 3. A discount for an individual line item (set the mv_disount attribute
+ 3. A discount for an individual line item (set the mv_discount attribute
with embedded Perl)
4. A discount applied after all items are totaled
@@ -1495,9 +1495,6 @@ example,
Any input field from the order page can be included using the dollar
sign notation.
-To prevent a value from being included in the order report, just add
-it to the B<ReportIgnore> configuration directive.
Interchange defines some values for use in the search form -- they
begin with mv_ and are automatically ignored.
@@ -1571,6 +1568,6 @@ you should set it large enough to be comfortable for the customer.
-Copyright 2001 Red Hat, Inc. Freely redistributable under terms of the
-GNU General Public License.
+Copyright 2001-2002 Red Hat, Inc. Freely redistributable under terms
+of the GNU General Public License.
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