Agree to Terms then Confirm

I couldn’t find a “Agree To Terms” module that was really simple to set up so I made one. There are a few out there but they required changing the database and/or javascript and/or the osCommerce checkout process.

My contribution only edits the checkout_confirmation.php page but doesn’t change the checkout process at all. It simply takes the user to conditions.php so he/she can read it or redirects him/her back to the homepage.

Sounds interesting? Click Here, to download it. Enjoy…

2 thoughts on “Agree to Terms then Confirm

  1. Bret

    Pls provide the path to the checkout_confirmation.php file that has to be updated.

    The one I found does not have that line number…says to find line 338, but my file only has up to line 124.

    Im using the latest stable ver of OSC Max.

    Thx!

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