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I'd like to set up an E-Commerce sight for a product I'm going to launch in the next few months. It's a physical retail product, and I don't need anything particularly custom (I did a custom web app for my last product, but that level of customization is unnecessary this time).
I'd like something like Wordpress, but not Wordpress. Which E-Commerce sight app is the least WTFudge? I don't mind self-hosting, or paying someone. I just want something that works, can be styled and can maybe do plugins for some simple customization.
swayde last edited by
.net? Umbraco /ucommerce
I dont have much experience with it, but people seem to like it.(umbraco seems pretty sane)
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MHolt last edited by
+1 for Umbraco.
Am currently working on an Umbraco based project for a banking website.
It's actually quite nice to work with, if you like MVC and the like.
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Discromancy without Discourse? My mind is blown.
groo last edited by groo
Prestashop was easy to get installed when I played with it, but I didn't do anything past the initial just installed stage.
Magento seems to be the most popular one.
I think these things are free but want you to pay for plugins, and even credit card payment was a paid plugin in magento when I looked at.
As I really have no use for it, I never looked more into it.