You can add input types to the add to cart form, which will be automatically stored in the custom fields on a product.
When calling the scGetCart Snippet snippet, custom fields are processed through the scCartRowField chunk as specified in the
To provide cleaner labels, you can add lexicon entries to MODX based on the field name.
[[+key]]The key of the field. This the same as the
nameattribute of your input on the add to cart form.
[[+label]]The label for the field, which will be loaded from a lexicon if possible.
[[+value]]The value that was provided by the customer for the custom field.
[[+total]]The number of field values that are set on this custom field.
[[+first]]Set to 1 if this is the first field value, empty otherwise.
[[+last]]Set to 1 if this is the last field value, empty otherwise.
Custom Field Labels
The custom field labels are based on the field key (the name of the field). SimpleCart tries to find a MODX Lexicon with the name
If you’d like to provide a different label in the manager, you can create a lexicon with the key
For example: Let’s say you have a field with the name
my_custom_field. This will be seen as the key for your custom field. The lexicon key to create would then be
simplecart.cart.custom.my_custom_field, and the value of that lexicon entry would be the shown label. For a different label in the manager, the lexicon key needs to be
Default scCartRowField chunk
[[+first:notempty=`<br />`]] - <strong>[[+label:isempty=`[[+key]]`]]</strong>: [[+value:nl2br]] [[+last:notempty=``:isempty=`<br />`]]