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Dynamic Shopping Cart Software

Does anyone know of shopping cart software which will be suitable for custom
PC buying (E.g. Alienware) where by there is a set price for an item and
then the price changes depending on options selected by people E.g.
Different sized hard drives, monitors etc.

Cheap is good but of course free is better.
Jul 16 '05 #1
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www.cubecart.com

I use it all he time.
"Barrie Tingle" <Ba****@btopenworld.com> wrote in message
news:be**********@hercules.btinternet.com...
Does anyone know of shopping cart software which will be suitable for
custom
PC buying (E.g. Alienware) where by there is a set price for an item and
then the price changes depending on options selected by people E.g.
Different sized hard drives, monitors etc.

Cheap is good but of course free is better.

Dec 7 '05 #2
I have looked at this, in fact downloaded and tested, and it does not appear
to work "dynamically" as the original thread asks?
IE, I see you can add options, byt you have to add it to the cart. So in the
case of building a computer, if it is $1000.00 and you "add to cart" and
then, add an options to the system and hit "add to cart" both systems are
there, the modified one, and the original?
Mr. Anonymous, have you a link to your site where you are using it all the
time?
Dan
"Mr. Anonymous" <ne**@0com.net> wrote in message
news:qO******************************@rcn.net...
www.cubecart.com

I use it all he time.
"Barrie Tingle" <Ba****@btopenworld.com> wrote in message
news:be**********@hercules.btinternet.com...
Does anyone know of shopping cart software which will be suitable for
custom
PC buying (E.g. Alienware) where by there is a set price for an item and
then the price changes depending on options selected by people E.g.
Different sized hard drives, monitors etc.

Cheap is good but of course free is better.


Dec 8 '05 #3

Dan,

Take a look at www.ezcat.com . Since we own and develop ezcat
regularly, any options and abilities that EZCat does not initially have
can easily be programmed to your specifications. I would be glad to
discuss this further with you if you wish.

Jon
Dan Williams wrote:
I have looked at this, in fact downloaded and tested, and it does not appear
to work "dynamically" as the original thread asks?
IE, I see you can add options, byt you have to add it to the cart. So in the
case of building a computer, if it is $1000.00 and you "add to cart" and
then, add an options to the system and hit "add to cart" both systems are
there, the modified one, and the original?
Mr. Anonymous, have you a link to your site where you are using it all the
time?
Dan
"Mr. Anonymous" <ne**@0com.net> wrote in message
news:qO******************************@rcn.net...
www.cubecart.com

I use it all he time.
"Barrie Tingle" <Ba****@btopenworld.com> wrote in message
news:be**********@hercules.btinternet.com...
Does anyone know of shopping cart software which will be suitable for
custom
PC buying (E.g. Alienware) where by there is a set price for an item and
then the price changes depending on options selected by people E.g.
Different sized hard drives, monitors etc.

Cheap is good but of course free is better.



Dec 12 '05 #4

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