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    is anyone here experienced in creating web-sites for business, specifically with online ordering capabilities... soon i will be managing a online company for my friend's step dad, and basically plan on doing all the coding (except possibly for a 3rd party ordering system) by hand with PHP, but i'd like to create the shopping cart and things like that on my own without third party help?? anyone know of any ways to do this fairly easily??

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    just buy a shopping car

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    I don't know about PHP specifically, but I do know that a lot of third-party merchant account providers/credit card processors will give you the code for various languages (e.g. ASP) and if necessary, component objects/EXEs to install onto your server. So my suggestion would be to figure out who's going to process the transaction, and then work out the cart from there.
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    after doing some research, im liking the pay-pal system, small commision, and it seems easy to use... don't worry, i'll be back with plenty of other questions too

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    Be very, very wary of Paypal. They do have a reputation for not providing support when necessary and I chose not to use them because I asked a pair of presales questions that were passed to four different departments, and are still unresolved (this is going on three months now that I asked the questions).
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    i got put off ever using pay pal for a similar reason.

    i sent them an email query. then i got passed to another department.
    then when i did get a reply it didn't answer my question at all. So i sent them another email and still no reply and that was 3 months ago.

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    ok, some not so good reviews, can anyone suggest another 3rd party service that takes a very small percent commision out of sales??

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    I've heard a lot of buzz about 2checkout, not sure how good they are though.
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    they are good if you don't need support. Last I checked they were under-staffed and were having problems providing support. That was about 2 or 3 months ago. Not sure about now.

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    My dad wll be taking his business online soon, and I will be the one behind development of it, I get my nice little commission, I have been looking into payment systems like 2checkout and paypal, 2checkout seems to be very nice, and alot of people have been suggesting it to me.
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