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Description Updated 2009-09-22

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If your products are saved in spreadsheet format, just export them as delimited files and your shopping cart is ready. A simple text file database serves this shopping cart.

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If you want to add a simple shopping cart to your site, this is a good start.

It keeps track of returning users without using cookies. They check off items on your pages then click "add to cart."

It will add shipping etc. to the final total, then when they click "purchase", you are notified.

Their email is sent to you so you can contact them about payment.

To deploy, simply add a checkbox code to each item on your site. As the user checks off items, they're automatically remembered for checkout. Considering how simple this script is to set up and install, it is quite amazing how many features are available.

There is also a database script available which can integrate with this shopping cart.


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Add to Cart This is so easy to set up... I love it. Basically, I just run the application on each staff person's computer, and set them up with the in-out URL and their own 'extension.' Then I go to the in-out URL and enter the user's full name. That's it. Easy.

Thanks for a great script.

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