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Which e-commerce website is best?

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11-27-2008, 09:30 AM
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please anybody tell me the e-commerce website for open source.

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12-08-2008, 10:33 PM
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os commerce is one, also magento commerce is nice.

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www.searchfit.com (for paid)
www.oscommerce.com (for free) <- not sure how good OS is anymore..

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zen-cart is one of the best and its free

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Check this http://www.zeuscart.com best open source software.

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we are use creloaded, but plan to change to magento... seo will be better with magento

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I happened to saw the following web site saying 20 of the best ecommerce websites:http://tutorialblog.org/20-of-the-be...erce-websites/
Hope it will help you

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osCommerce hasn't been updated for ages, the tables in the design/skinning it is one big headache. They barely release updates, shame as they were the most widely used platform at one stage. At the end of the day, it really depends what kind of shop you want to start & the options you need. Zencart is better than osCommerce. Magento is amazing - has a lot of options but might be too powerful for the smaller & more simple web shops.

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Magento is the best.

Oscommerce was popular a long time ago but contains outdated systems.

For small websites that just want to integrate simple 'buy now' buttons then look into PayPal... just copy/paste code. Easiest to implement for small sites

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Originally Posted by websitedesign View Post
Magento is the best.

Oscommerce was popular a long time ago but contains outdated systems.

For small websites that just want to integrate simple 'buy now' buttons then look into PayPal... just copy/paste code. Easiest to implement for small sites
magento is nice looking but it has a long way to go - it is bulky and hard to manage as of its current development i would hold off on this

i use zencart and really love it but they are getting ready to release a newer version which might change the way it is themed

you can use e-junkie.com or bigcartel.com if you just want something simple to manage a hand full of products

just all depends on how many products you want to manage, & what your design needs are.

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