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eCart 5 - getting started

Thread began 5/17/2013 4:13 pm by Lon Winters | Last modified 5/18/2013 3:54 pm by Lon Winters | 664 views | 3 replies

Lon WintersBeta Tester

eCart 5 - getting started

First try with eCart 5. Currently going through all the tutorials and resource material.

Question 1: I have a product page built, database populated and formatted with the Dataassist repeating table. Is this the best way to start, ad if so - what is the next step to add eCart functionality?

Question 2: Would it be better to start with a blank page, add required first steps for eCart, and then add the products at a later point in the process?

The goal is so that the application and cart are as simplified as possible. Products list page, add to cart button on each product. User accounts and guest checkout, PayPal interface where all secure info and transactions are on PayPal.

If you would please just point me i the right direction and I can take it from there.

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