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Thread began 12/07/2009 2:15 pm by rasputin307444 | Last modified 12/08/2009 11:52 am by Ray Borduin | 847 views | 1 replies |


pre-purchase query


We are running CS4 Web Standard and WebAssist on a new iMac and Mac Mini, and are planning to open our web store in Q1 of 2010.

So far we have a few questions, whose answers and further studies will expand in breadth and depth, I'm certain, as we investigate before the "December 31st sale" deadline:

1) What follow-up work is being done?
a) in a "PowerStore 3" 3.X major release (new features);
b) in 2.X minor releases (feature fixes and enhancements);
c) in 2.X.X upgrade releases (bug fixes)?

2) I want to be able to accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and PayPal.
Are all of these currently supported?

3) Can the eCart shopping cart be easily embedded or dovetailed in to add features?

4) How would we get help or contract to get help in making the "entry" to the PowerStore an entry into a "mall" of several stores that share a common shopping cart, payment, and registration system?

5) Do all code modules contain "in-line" documentation, so that, for instance, CSS and XHTML "tweaking" can be accomplished?


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

1) We do regular dot releases for any bugs that are reported. We will be developing Powerstore 3 pretty soon, but the features have not been announce and are not yet publicly available.

2) This is supported in the current release

3) It is designed with our tools, and so can be updated with them. The difficulty of doing so depends on your familiarity with our tools, dreamweaver, and php as well as exactly what you would be updating.

4) There are lots of people on this forum that would help you here and/or be available as contractors, just ask when you need help and be specific with what you need and people will either offer to help for free or will give you a quote.

5) Not everything has in-line documentation, but some things do. The CSS should have some comments, since it was built with CSS Sculptor, but the html would have relatively few.

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