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Please Help...Using Ecart with Static Html

Thread began 10/26/2010 12:15 pm by ecologictech417149 | Last modified 10/26/2010 1:13 pm by ecologictech417149 | 1560 views | 4 replies


The guy on the phone and on the website says that the cart cannot be used with html pages. It does say it can be incorporated with html pages. What does that mean then?

By changing the extensions of my pages from .html to .php, what exactly will happen to my pages. Is it just a simple matter of changing the extensions or will there need to be other things that have to be changed. I am fairly new to all of this and I am not familar with how .php works. The guy on the phone at webassist didnt tell me I needed to change my pages to .php. He just said I would have to incorporate the .php pages from ecart with my html.

Thank you for your help.

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