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the best shopping cart????

Discussion in 'eCommerce' started by nshadab, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. app789

    app789 Peon

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    #61
    A lot of options are available here--
    AgoraCart
    Batavi
    OpenCart
    PrestaShop
    CubeCart
    ShopSite
    X-Cart
    SEMrush
    but I would like to suggest you to go with zen-cart, actually my experience with zen is always good.
    Its easy for me. just try...
     
    app789, Mar 13, 2010 IP
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    #62
    I also suggest you to go with x-cart since i also have been using this from some time and its also easy.
     
    clbyodo, Mar 14, 2010 IP
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    #63
    OsCommerce is best shopping cart for me.
     
    allrok, Mar 15, 2010 IP
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    #64
    Magento is the best ecommerce script easy to use and very complicated but you need to run Magento on a dedicated server because it uses more resources. We take long to put products on it if you have many products but worth it.
     
    andreycosmin, Mar 15, 2010 IP
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    #65
    looking for free shopping cart??
     
    kkyeestore, Mar 16, 2010 IP
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    driscos Banned

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    #66
    I have tried X-Cart and Magento. Magento is a fabulous piece of software and easy to use straight out of the box.

    As mentioned above, Magento (from version 1.3 onwards) needs to be run on a VPS or similar as it needs to use the innoDB MySQL storage engine (my shared hosting uses the MyiSAM storage engine).

    Changing the skin of Magento is easy. Moving elements around the page has a slightly steeper learning curve as Magento is built using the MVC design pattern where page structure is kept away from php logic.

    I run multiple shops from one Magento admin backend - that was a doddle to set up.

    Setting up promotion is easy. You can do anything Tesco can do. Buy one, get one free. 10% off if you spend £50. Free postage and much more.

    Magento is well worth considering and you can probably find an offshore agency that develops Magento that can tailor it to your exact needs.

    Simon
     
    driscos, Mar 16, 2010 IP
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    #67
    zen cart is best good. you try it
     
    kafeier, Mar 16, 2010 IP
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    #68
    I have used in the past few of them. I really can't say which is the best. I personally think that the best one is the one that you can handle and the one that have enough resources to get a fast answer at 80% of problems.
     
    Hosting50, Mar 16, 2010 IP
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    webdevguy Guest

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    #69
    very much agreed
     
    webdevguy, Mar 16, 2010 IP
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    #70
    I think it depends on your needs. Wordpress and its plug is good for a simple easy online shop.
     
    lansespirit, Mar 16, 2010 IP
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    #71
    Several shopping cart is availble
     
    rainbow86, Mar 17, 2010 IP
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    #72
    Such as sourcinggate shopping cart
     
    rainbow86, Mar 17, 2010 IP
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    #73
    I have run many different cart. Zen cart so far has been my top pick. OS commerce is basically the same thing. Making it seo friendly does take awhile. Zencart is a very cost effective solution that you can easily upgrade if you have the time or money. I have been running it for about two years with no real complaints.
     
    tommyrogue, Mar 21, 2010 IP
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    #74
    I heard cart freak was pretty hardcore
     
    nowimhere, Mar 21, 2010 IP
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    #75
    We've looked at a few (agree that Zen cart is a good one). Really depends how much time you're prepared to spend customising.
     
    BlueSkyCamping, Mar 22, 2010 IP
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    #76
    We're designing an e-commerce website for a jewelry store, not much customizing, and preferably little coding needed. Is zencart okay for that?
     
    tikoygirl, Mar 22, 2010 IP
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    #77
    I still keep on Oscommerce, it was free and easy handle
     
    manman08, Mar 30, 2010 IP
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    #78
    Magento is a really powerful cart...easily the most powerful among the free ones however I've never seen good performance with it. Every site that i've seen that uses it is somewhat laggy. Zen Cart, while not as feature rich, is much more streamlined. Also the templating system for Magento is a mess.
     
    DRScott, Mar 30, 2010 IP
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    #79
    Oscommerce has pretty poor code and backend - which makes customisable hard. That's why Zencart was created, but even then Zencart's not that much better. I personally like opencart because it's clean, simple and easy-to-use
     
    want444, Mar 30, 2010 IP
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    #80
    Cs-cart is the best.
    The price and the features.

    You can see in the website.

    Oscommerce is not good.
    Like Joomla and others they are not safe. If you are not with the last version, your website will be attacked.
     
    dragondf, Apr 1, 2010 IP