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eCart integration into open source CMS'

Thread began 12/14/2009 6:44 pm by WACustomer06 | Last modified 12/15/2009 9:02 pm by WACustomer06 | 1392 views | 6 replies


Are these kinds of questions anathema here?

Are these kinds of questions anathema here? Common, at least give me an answer. I have spent at least $1000 on WebAssist products and you cannot answer a question like this? I see you spending time on all kinds of other threads, many of which are easy for you and take little thought. But no takers on this thread. I understand you are trying to develop your own proprietary CMS, but most people will not use it or not all customers will want it or a customer may already have a CMS in place and want an eCart integrated. Since your eCart is offered in PHP, it seems that this should be possible. Can I please have some guidance on this?

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