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Easiest, quickest and cheapest way to knock up a website that can take payments etc

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Or am i being a bit optimistic? Is it easy to set up a site that can take card payments or google checkout etc looking for software required or sites that can do it and hosting etc. Read More
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Or am i being a bit optimistic? Is it easy to set up a site that can take card payments or google checkout etc

looking for software required or sites that can do it and hosting etc.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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ekmpowershop.co.uk

Job done.
#2
Paypal, nochex, protx.
#3
chester123
ekmpowershop.co.uk

Job done.


repped!!!! like the look of that :thumbsup:
#4
kungfu
repped!!!! like the look of that :thumbsup:


You can couple it with Paypal and start today.

I used protx as the card processor when I had both of my businesses.
#5
chester123
You can couple it with Paypal and start today.

I used protx as the card processor when I had both of my businesses.


cheers..says they can offer domain name for 24.99 per year ...am i right in thinking i could get that cheaper by doing it elsewhere?
banned#6
kungfu
cheers..says they can offer domain name for 24.99 per year ...am i right in thinking i could get that cheaper by doing it elsewhere?


Slightly!

£6 for 2 years is more like if for a .co.uk domain.
#7
£6+ vat guv :p

£2.99 per year for a .co.uk
£9.99 per year for .com

to start a web shop, i recommend doing it yourself e.g. download a package and host it yourself

the best open source e-commerce is magento... hosting can be got for £15 a year so for £21 you can have a fully functional shop
All you would need to do is add the items and modify magento to suit your style, there are quite a few templates you can download to use it as well
#8
faevilangel
£6+ vat guv :p

£2.99 per year for a .co.uk
£9.99 per year for .com

to start a web shop, i recommend doing it yourself e.g. download a package and host it yourself

the best open source e-commerce is magento... hosting can be got for £15 a year so for £21 you can have a fully functional shop
All you would need to do is add the items and modify magento to suit your style, there are quite a few templates you can download to use it as well


cool thanks will check out magneto later :thumbsup:
#9
clever peeps in here :thumbsup: I'd better get back out :oops:
#10
clever? nope ! bored and a geek ? maybe :lol:
suspended#11
chester123
ekmpowershop.co.uk

Job done.


Repped very handy for me :-D
#12
where can I get .co.uk domains for £2.99 per year please
#13
try the following:

zen cart
oscommerce

all free shopping cart utilities with payment modules for paypal, etc.

These are free.

You can get a host company that will install these for you and pay no more than 6 bucks a month
#14
how much is Magneto? i can't seem to find prices for it?
banned#15
never tried magneto but cs-cart is what i use and its street ahead of the free carts available, however it is $265 so maybe out of your budget depending on what you are doing
banned#16
colinsunderland
never tried magneto but cs-cart is what i use and its street ahead of the free carts available, however it is $265 so maybe out of your budget depending on what you are doing


I had a play with CS-Cart a couple of years ago. I'd definately agree its nice and easy to use. Are you using a standard skin - or have you managed to customise to appear completely different? (That said, there are loads of skins available to tweak.)



Edit: Kungfu - if that doesnt sound too OTT - have a look here. Its a demo of CS cart. At the top, there is a frame to select different skins. You can also get into the admin side of CS-Cart and have a play with a live demo and see how you can add items and categories - and generally play about with it.
#17
guv
I had a play with CS-Cart a couple of years ago. I'd definately agree its nice and easy to use. Are you using a standard skin - or have you managed to customise to appear completely different? (That said, there are loads of skins available to tweak.)



Edit: Kungfu - if that doesnt sound too OTT - have a look here. Its a demo of CS cart. At the top, there is a frame to select different skins. You can also get into the admin side of CS-Cart and have a play with a live demo and see how you can add items and categories - and generally play about with it.


thanks mate :thumbsup:
banned#18
guv
I had a play with CS-Cart a couple of years ago. I'd definately agree its nice and easy to use. Are you using a standard skin - or have you managed to customise to appear completely different? (That said, there are loads of skins available to tweak.)


Just using a standard skin, I didn't really want to change the look too much as I find people like things the same and if they have used a shop that looks familiar they are likely to find mine as easy to navigate.

Using the SEO mod most my products end up on the first page (2nd at worse) of google searching for them within days of me adding them to the site, which is an obvious plus! In some cases higher than boots/superdrug.

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