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Thread began 3/12/2009 4:08 am by CraigR | Last modified 5/03/2014 12:21 am by CraigR | 6448 views | 11 replies

CraigRBeta Tester

Hi David

I have been using eCart for about 18 months, (this has just been a hobby for me until recently, but I am now starting to think about doing this commercially.)

I have created 2 ecommerce sites, the first in asp just over a year ago, and the second, my first in php, I have just finished.

The first site sells equestrian equipment, and although not as polished, uses size and colour options in the cart.

The second utilises a lot more hand coding, (voucher codes linked to database, customer can't add more items to basket than are in stock etc.) but you don't really get to appreciate these as a site visitor.

If you are interested, take a look.

**url's removed as now redundant**

I am happy to help or advise

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