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On my Drupal 6 / Ubercart 2.9 cart website, I have the need to modify the CSS of the checkout page when a certain product is in the cart. For instance, if the customer is ordering red flowers, the background would change to a red flower background image. Is this possible via CSS? If not, any other ideas on how it can be done?

Thanks!

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I have two ideas:

1) render the code of the article in the class attribute of the cart div. you can do that "intercepting" the render function in your template.php file.

2) using jquery

  • Do you have an example of the jquery method that you can point me towards? – hockey2112 Dec 20 '12 at 21:37
  • Also, what about passing a value in the URL? Is that a possible method of providing the ability to customize the CSS for that page based on whether that parameter is passed in the URL? If so, how would that be accomplished? – hockey2112 Dec 20 '12 at 22:21
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    JQUERY: I opened an ubercart cart and saw that -unfortunally- there wasn't an id of the product mentioned in the html <tr>. But there was the href (yourdomain/catalog/section/productname). So you can solve with this line of code in your script head tag: $(document).ready(function () { if ($("a['yourdomain/catalog/section/productname']")) { $("#cart-form-pane").css('background','red') } }); – Marco Panichi Dec 21 '12 at 8:12
  • URL: instead of url, you can intercept the cart render function in yourthemename/template.php file, in order to append a class to the <div id='cart-form-pane'> tag. But I can't help you there...maybe this post could be useful: www.ubercart.org/forum/development/3868/nifty_products_tutorial_part_1 – Marco Panichi Dec 21 '12 at 8:15
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    Looks like the Jquery Update (drupal.org/project/jquery_update) module was causing the issue. I disabled that module, and the jquery method now works fine on that other live site. – hockey2112 Jan 3 '13 at 22:45

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