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Ecart - Getting Started

Thread began 1/01/2011 4:01 pm by davidp420108 | Last modified 1/04/2011 9:37 am by Jason Byrnes | 992 views | 3 replies |

davidp420108

Ecart - Getting Started

Could someone recommend a link to getting started with the e-cart. I have most of my site done, but would like to offer a cart for different levels of accessibility.

For example:
1. have a free account that allows 1 photo,
2. a standard account that allows 5 photos,
3. or a premium account that allows 10 photos

There is no physical product just different capacities or functions on the site.

Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It basically sounds like they are purchasing an elevated user level.

I think for this you should use both eCart and Security Assist.

First you should go through the Security assist User Level Authentication tutorial on the security assist support page, in the solution recipes section:
securityassist/

to become familiar with security assist and user levels.

On registration, you could default them to the free level, then give them the option to purchase an elevated level.

On checkout, you could update the userlevel column in the database to the level they purchase.

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davidp420108

sounds great . thanks Jason.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you're welcome.

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