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I give up - sell me a shopping cart

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I can't figure this out. There are too many differences between my
installation of osCommerce and what I read on these forums, and in the
contributions' readme files. I have either lost my logical skills or am
totally incapable of doing this on my own. Either way, I need help. I am
looking into other off the shelf products for around $100 that can give me
"some" of my needs, but not all. I don't think I need too, too much
different than osCommerce "out of the box", but what I need is important to
me. If someone has something like this ready made, I would appreciate your
help in getting my site p and running. I will purchase a ready to go
solution, or at least something close with some reliable support to help me
get the work done. If I wasn't in such a hurry, I wouldn't be so anal about
it.

I need a shopping cart solution that allows the following:

-> Use my current site layout
-> Allow for user logins, and track their activities
-> Store all data to a MySQL database
-> List categories as an image on the home page. Will need to navigate to
that category page and list related subcategories.
-> Subcategories, when clicked, should show the subcategory products
-> Products, when clicked, should display details about that product,
including images.
-> Need to be able to add multiple images. These images should be uploaded
to my ftp server.
-> Prefer a wysywig for the text, and if possible, for the graphics, too.
-> Need it to auto integrate with my Pay Pal account, to autocreate a "Buy"
button for a paypal purchase.
-> Need an admin screen to manage the above.

I know I'll have a few more small requirements, but this is the main meat to
me.

If there's an add in for Dreamweaver MX that will also create and
add data to a MySQL database, that would be great.

Please contact me if you can assist.

Thanks.
co*******@moltenimages.net


Jul 17 '05 #1
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http://www.x-cart.com
Commercial Open Source, works great!

Fire me an email if you need installation services, I've done several
installs.

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"mimages" <co*******@moltenimages.net> wrote in message
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I can't figure this out. There are too many differences between my
installation of osCommerce and what I read on these forums, and in the
contributions' readme files. I have either lost my logical skills or am
totally incapable of doing this on my own. Either way, I need help. I am
looking into other off the shelf products for around $100 that can give me
"some" of my needs, but not all. I don't think I need too, too much
different than osCommerce "out of the box", but what I need is important to me. If someone has something like this ready made, I would appreciate your
help in getting my site p and running. I will purchase a ready to go
solution, or at least something close with some reliable support to help me get the work done. If I wasn't in such a hurry, I wouldn't be so anal about it.

I need a shopping cart solution that allows the following:

-> Use my current site layout
-> Allow for user logins, and track their activities
-> Store all data to a MySQL database
-> List categories as an image on the home page. Will need to navigate to
that category page and list related subcategories.
-> Subcategories, when clicked, should show the subcategory products
-> Products, when clicked, should display details about that product,
including images.
-> Need to be able to add multiple images. These images should be uploaded
to my ftp server.
-> Prefer a wysywig for the text, and if possible, for the graphics, too.
-> Need it to auto integrate with my Pay Pal account, to autocreate a "Buy" button for a paypal purchase.
-> Need an admin screen to manage the above.

I know I'll have a few more small requirements, but this is the main meat to me.

If there's an add in for Dreamweaver MX that will also create and
add data to a MySQL database, that would be great.

Please contact me if you can assist.

Thanks.
co*******@moltenimages.net


Jul 17 '05 #2

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"mimages" <co*******@moltenimages.net> wrote in message news:<Kr*********************@twister.tampabay.rr. com>...

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I need a shopping cart solution that allows the following:


I think, we have to start a new NG for the PHP coders so that the
clients may freely interact with the coders. I don't know if c.l.p is
the right place to do business negotiations.

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isn't either in love, just out of love, or else wants to be in
love."--- Graham Russell, Air Supply
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Jul 17 '05 #3

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> I think, we have to start a new NG for the PHP coders so that the
clients may freely interact with the coders. I don't know if c.l.p is
the right place to do business negotiations.


You know.. Your right. My bad. I'll not do that again.
Jul 17 '05 #4

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I don't think this was a bad thing, to answer my request for help with an
opensource product, and then to offer help. I am sorry, however, if I asked
this question in the wrong place. I know this forum is for the benefit of
all programmers, that each might learn from the answers provided here. I'll
do my best to post answers here, and should I arrive at a solution
elsewhere, I'll try and remember to post it here as well.

Thanks, Brian.

"Brian" <cpnmscg02 (@) sneakemail.com> wrote in message
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I think, we have to start a new NG for the PHP coders so that the
clients may freely interact with the coders. I don't know if c.l.p is
the right place to do business negotiations.


You know.. Your right. My bad. I'll not do that again.

Jul 17 '05 #5

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