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Thread began 8/20/2009 3:08 pm by Anna Robinson | Last modified 9/16/2011 4:00 pm by johna1964 | 15392 views | 44 replies |

Anna Robinson

eCart Websites

This thread is for our customers to share websites they have created, using eCart. Please reply to this thread and post a URL if you would like to share.

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

I'll start off then, these sites all use eCart as the base but have been modified (heavily) in some instances to provided extra functionality
Cotswold Kitchen & Bath
Murranji Photography
Red Dirt Photography
Bayleys Lobster Pound in conjunction with Barnstormer Design

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mick106153

Dave!

I am impressed.

Cotswald is brilliant!

Thanks

Mick

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Thanks Mick, the client liked it as well fortunately

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John LangerBeta Tester

Hi Dave, long time no talk! :)

No wonder you are so in demand. Very, very nice, all of them.

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Thanks John

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mick106153

Dave
May I ask you to offer a short dissertation [I know that's an oxymoron] about some of the function behind Cotswold?
Specifically on the "more details about this product" sections…

1. "Ask a question about this product"
2. The purchase options as a list of check boxes rather than a drop-down menu as it is by default in PowerStore2.

And also the main menu structure on the left of the page. Was that built using WA tools?

Thanks

Mick

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CraigRBeta Tester

first php site with ecart

This was my second site using ecart, (first site was in asp.)

It was written for my niece about 6 months ago, who makes jewellery and glassware.

http://blunique.co.uk

I'm obviously no graphic designer, and a lot of what i did I would do differently now, (more css, fewer tables for layout), but overall I am quite happy with it.

Sadly, the best things about the site, (IMHO) are only apparent to a site admin, (such as database driven voucher codes),

(Constructive) criticism always welcome. :-)

A newer site is a test site I have been working on, with the intention of targeting artists and photographers who wish to have an online gallery and ecommerce opportunities.
Ecart 4 is employed here, but in this demonstration site, the visitor cannot go through the checkout process.

gallery.stonepits.com/

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Originally Said By: CraigR
  This was my second site using ecart, (first site was in asp.)

It was written for my niece about 6 months ago, who makes jewellery and glassware.

http://blunique.co.uk

I'm obviously no graphic designer, and a lot of what i did I would do differently now, (more css, fewer tables for layout), but overall I am quite happy with it.

(Constructive) criticism always welcome. :-)  



Craig FWIW I think the best thing about the site is the Moo Tools navigation which works really well and I had no trouble finding my way round the products which at the end of the day is what the site is designed to do !

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YellowCircleWeb

Here's a site I made for a driving school with an online shop included using ECart 4 and a host of other things.

www.hoothoot.co.uk

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