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Can I use ecart this way?

Thread began 7/12/2010 7:16 pm by 1940273769 | Last modified 7/13/2010 2:07 pm by 1940273769 | 930 views | 1 replies


Can I use ecart this way?


I am building a site like this. It is NOT the regular shopping cart.

There will be a page for each category and a row for each product in that category.

Instead of a buy price for that product, there will be 4 fields, each one filled with terms for 18 mths, 24 mths etc e.g. $9.57 for 24 mths etc.

Instead of having a buy price, the visitor will have a button which they will touch to go to a credit application form. So no prices or finance, shipping, etc., is used.

The main thing I am interested in is being able to update, add, delete product images, details, etc., and those terms. Also to be able to place code manually where I have the procucts shown.

Hope this is clear enough.

Is ecart for this or is there another option?



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