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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cropshop, Mar 30, 2004.

  1. cropshop

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    I require 2.2MS although it appears to be an older version on my cpanel. Can someone please assist.
     
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    #2 SarcNBit, Mar 30, 2004
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    I have downloaded it and unzipped it although how do I get it onto my cpanel so that I can start using the updated version?
     
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    You caught me before I posted my edit :)

    Check the links I gave above for information on installing and administering OSCommerce.
     
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    I am totally lost. I can't figure out any of this. I have gone to the installation although I can't make sense of any of this. I want to open an online store although this is all totally new to me. I am so ready to give up.
     
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    Jennifer,

    Take a peek at www.zen-cart.com . This, is a highly modified version of oscommerce and I have found their docs, installation and operation to be much simpler to deal with than osc.

    BTW - It is free as well.
     
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    Thanks for the link bamasbest :)

    I am definately going to check this fork out.
     
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    Sarc,

    I found Zen, spent numerous hours (learning curve, approx 6 hours) dealing with the config options for setting up products/attributes/modules. However, now that I am pretty much "up" on how the system works, I can set my clients up with a pretty slick ecommerce solution quite quickly AND bill for my time for getting them started.

    Heck, most of my ecommerce clients just want to sell! They just deal with order filling and pay me to update/maintain their catalogs;)
     
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