omg stupid me ... I just realized I completely missed the point of this topic! Must repair
Originally Posted by freak
There are several online ecommerce softwares I personally tested myself.
These are magento, opencart and prestashop and I can provide feedback on them.
Especially magento which I have used for several years, I can list its pro and cons.
First thing if your expected turnover is not very high, Magento is almost certainly not right for you. It is expensive.
Rightly so as it gives you the ability to manage multiple store fronts, it supports most languages and currencies.
(these are not features you find always free dolphin comes to mind where you have to pay for most translation)
Also the admin interface is very user-friendly, in fact the best I have ever come across.
What I like about prestashop is the installation process which is very simple and its ease of use.
What I don't like is that you can't export any of your products for example to a CSV file.
This of the three is the one I have played with less.
Opencart is definitely the lighest and permorms best of all. When you extract the file it's something like a couple of MBs LOL!
I believe you could even run it on a free hosting service without incurring in any memory limit issue or whatever.
In the end the best thing to do is probably play with them all, they all look alike at first whereas one couldn't be more different than the other!
I am looking for an easy-to-use shopping cart to my website, can you offer me one which can be used with a simple, self-developed php-based page? I'm not a developer but I know the basis of php. It wasn't me who created my website, but now I have to insert a shopping cart feature, so I'm looking for a simple way...
Originally Posted by johnmulu
I have checked your link and Facebook feedback looks quite exciting, could you tell me some details about your experiences? How should it be connected with Fb? Can people use Fb reg to buy something? I'm interested in this story!
Originally Posted by michaelclark
I heard about joomla earlier but I didn't know it's free. Is it free for commercial use as well? So starting from this, I am considering to retire the whole website of the company, because it's not a very dynamic one, and relatively difficult to update it.
Is joomla easy-to-use? If I'm right it would mean that I will no longer need to dive in source codes and search for stupid bugs of the site...
has anyone guys tried 1and1 solution? I've just found it with google and looks pretty well for me..
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