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PHP

Nicole Archambault
Nicole Archambault
27,848 Points

Formatting on Extra Credit Challenge: "Build a Simple PHP Application" Stage 6 (Working With Functions)

Challenge: "Users might like to add a shirt to the cart directly from the home page or the Shirts Listing page. Add to the function we just wrote so that it displays a dropdown field and an Add to Cart button."

I kind of blazed my own path on this one and created some new functions, and finally got it to work... the "size" table and "Add to Cart" buttons appear under each <li> on shirts.php and index.php. By my opinion, this is the important part! However, based on the CSS formatting for the table and input, it's too big for the formatted list item box! Without creating a new div > table/input format in CSS, is there a quicker way to fix this? Thanks!