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When adding a product to the compare list from the Quickview, would it not be better to remain on the current page instead of going to the actual compare page? Sort of like the "add to cart" does, providing a link to the full shopping cart but staying on the current page.

3 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.pronopcommerce.com/nopmarket-giveaway

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I just noticed the change color option. Very nice. Would I be correct in assuming that there's a way to default the color to a specific one and then prevent the user from changing it?

3 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.pronopcommerce.com/nopmarket-giveaway

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@drcomputer_in I agree on the editable mini shopping cart. At least increase/decrease and/or remove.

3 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.pronopcommerce.com/nopmarket-giveaway

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Clients are always asking for a nebulous "clean" look. Well, this provides it. I like the responsive design and the flat-ish style. And the shopping cart! Very cool!

3 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.pronopcommerce.com/nopmarket-giveaway

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I was listening to a recent episode of WallBuilders Live and I think i may have partially figured out what is David Barton's objection to the nullification movement. His take is that we (those that support nullification in contemporary times) are of the mindset that we want to nullify any federal law we don't like. Period. He apparently misses the entire constitutional aspect that I hear ever week on every issue on TRX. http://www.wallbuilderslive.com/audio/podcast/WBLive2013-01-31.mp3 @21:20 What gets me yelling at the radio on a semi regular basis while listening to the WBL show is that they are participating in nullification. When it covers matters they support, they will agree with guests on their actions, and commend them for their hard work (nullifying federal, unconstitutional laws). But then they usually fall back to the "We have to wait for the Supreme Court" argument. And then, when the Supremes hand down a ruling they don't like they struggle with how to deal with it.

1 year, 9 months ago on Wallbuilders Selective Originalism

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