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Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by Marcye, Oct 12, 2008.

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  1. Marcye

    Marcye Thread Starter

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    Okay, so I'm very new at this! I am working in Dreamweaver to create a website to sell aquacultured coral. I have a lot of the basics in, but need to have lots of small boxes with prices under them that I can swap out pics without a lot of problems. I just can't figure out how to make the boxes. Each time I try to refigure the area I want to add boxes to, then the top splinters as well. Thanks for any assisitance!
     
  2. olddirtret

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    Are you trying to create a shopping cart or are you just making a catalog of items for sale..??
     
  3. Marcye

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    Well, for right now I'll have people call in so I can walk them through what I have. Eventually I'd like to be able to have them placed in a shopping cart, but all that just seems way too complicated right now. Thanks for your help! Marcye
     
  4. Marcye

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    So, I guess that would mean a catalog.
     
  5. olddirtret

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    There are open source eCommerce software packages that are available free..

    OS Commerce Shopping Cart

    Agora Shopping Cart

    Zen Cart Shopping Cart

    Just to name a few.. Check with what ever web hosting service you are using and most of them will support shopping carts. Plus they might have scripts set up to load the package into your domain automatically.

    Also shopping carts can be set up as a catalog only and you can require the customer to come to your store to complete the transaction.
     
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  7. Marcye

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    Wow, thanks! I'll look into all that right away:)
     
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