Possible, just not with HTML. You would need server-side scripting like PHP to pass variables from page to page to do this. Do you have that capability as an option?
Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately, I am not versed in PHP. I know what it is and have dealt with it in wordpress and some online contact forms but that's about it. So it sounds like what you are describing is likely beyond my capabilities. Might try to investigate having a third part php person do this for us.
Even with the knowledge I wouldn't recommend it. Easiest way is to use GET variables meaning
Where xyz is the address and on the following page the frame loads $_GET['xyz']. But you would have to parse the data to prevent malicious content and just not worth it. Unfortunately that's an issue with selling through a 3rd party site. Have you asked them if you can style the site on their end so you can add in your own header/footer/etc?
Thanks again. This is definitely above my pay grade and level of expertise. we'll probably just live without the buttons I was wanting to add. thanks again.
Actually I can link the button to the overall shopping page and it has our header and footer and etc. I just can't link to the next step in the shopping system where the individual 3, 6 or 12 packs are for each wine.
With some further testing I realized that even if I use:
(the url for the Oro 3-pack purchase) I still end up on the overall shopping page, which does have our header and footer. Just the same as if a user clicks the "shop online" link in the main menu bar. So it seems I could get that functionality but it doesn't seem to add much. I was hoping to enable the customer to go directly from the wine description page to the buy 3, 6 or 12 pages.
Gauchezo apparently has to deal with this third party iframe sales operation due to all of the regulations and etc surrounding selling wine. There are limited options for this and it sounds impossible for them to do it on their own.
Thanks for your very helpful advice!