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    Ecommerce Scripts?

    Can anyone recommend some good ones. Paid for I do not mind.

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    Cubecart

    Personally, I have looked into CubeCart; this is a decent application and doesn't cost much. The front end is fully templated so the appearance can be customised to great extent.
    osCommerce is functionally very usable too, but customising it is a complete nightmare. If you can use it out-of-the-box and don't care about web standards this one is worth considering as well.
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    What I like about CubeCart is that you can install it for free, configure
    everything, make it work and if you decide you really like it and want to
    eliminate the "CubeCart" references, you just pay them and go ahead and
    remove all references ... very simple and easy to customize.

    I also noticed a lot of people are offering fairly cheap gateways to various
    credit processors that CubeCart doesn't support, although they do support
    most of the popular ones.

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    So Cubecart is favoured here?

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    Try it out

    I personally favoured it, but as mlseim indicated you can try it out for free and see if it meets your requirements.
    I haven't looked indepth at more expensive packages, but I know of at least one more expensive one that gets very good rep as well; I just forgot the name...
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    Good eCommerce scripts that aren't paid for are hard to come by, but I've found them and I'm willing to email them to anyone who is interested.
    If you are the email is infotechweb@gmail.com

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    CubeCart here, too. You can freely use it forever, or pay $89 to remove "CubeCart" (which isn't even obtrusive), so it is a great deal. The XHTML and CSS files are straightforward to work with, plus they have an active forum that is also open to all users, free or paid.
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    try Hot Scripts


    you'll find lods of serverside scripts in many languages there.

    Good luck,

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    do you have to setup https:// connections when working with commerce systems?

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    There are two types of "gateway" handlers ...

    SIM --- Simple Integration Method, where the user leaves your
    unsecure site and enters a secure site (like PayPal). It's there that
    they enter their credit card, then they are returned back to your site.

    AIM --- Advanced Integration Method, where the user stays on your
    site, which needs to have SSL/HTTPS for the credit card entry and
    also a secure server for the database, where information is stored.
    Your scripts sends the information to your credit merchant directly
    using a bunch of keys.

    A credit card merchant like "authorize.net" allows either SIM or AIM,
    it's your choice. PayPal is pretty much SIM (as I'm aware of).


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