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Re: One Page, Small Online Shop

Posted: Thu May 10, 2018 5:03 pm
by dudul
ethanscott wrote: Thu May 10, 2018 9:19 am
dudul wrote: Thu Apr 12, 2018 4:22 pm Hello everyone...
Sorry for my poor English (i use Google translator). :lol: :lol:

I created a mini online store website for client, build with WonderCMS and Custom plugins and Themes.
The website is https://bandarberas.co.id Small and Fast
Shopping Cart plugin use vue.js
and http://karesep.com Small, Fast and Flat Designt
Shopping Cart plugin use jQuery Smart Cart
Sorry, the website plugin and theme is still in development mode :geek:
Hello there,
I am Ethan,
My wife and I have a small shop where we make clothes like shorts, joggers, denim hot pants and a few other things. We were thinking of taking our business online since we live in a comparatively small town and there are not a lot of customers here and we wanted to make some money out of this business. So I was wondering as to how we should go about it. We did reach out to some e commerce websites where we sell our products, but now we were thinking something independent would be much more beneficial than the way we are working now.
I was wondering if you guys could help me and my wife out?
Thanks in advance.
P.S: I know this is not the right place to post this question.

Hello ethanscott,
just try to create an online store using wondercms and wcms-shop plugin (demo version), its use is very easy and very simple,
for wcms-shop plugin is in development, I am again creating a structure for reporting and shipping.

And this example website uses wonderCMS and wcms-shop plugin
http://karesep.com With Email Checkout
http://shop.rumahherbalkita.com/ With Email Checkout
http://dudul.xyz/shop With Paypal Checkout
http://bandarberas.co.id

Re: One Page, Small Online Shop

Posted: Thu May 10, 2018 9:07 pm
by wiz
dudul, the above post from ethan is a spambot (removed account and removed the spam bot post).

Really convincing though. :)

Re: One Page, Small Online Shop

Posted: Fri May 11, 2018 9:02 am
by turboblack
Hi, I finally took the time to try installing the script. and it's pretty bad for me on the plug-in. The fact is that the plugin is very difficult to install, you need to enter the necessary settings directly in the script and in the template, which is too inconvenient. this needs to be corrected first.

the installation instruction is rather chaotic, I did not understand why I could not install the script, you have there written links to your site, make the instruction deeper, that would be understandable information, make an example of installation, this should help.

in theory it is better to do so: the plug-in is installed from the admin panel, edited from it, and opens on the user-selected existing page.

do you have the power to make such a global change?

Re: One Page, Small Online Shop

Posted: Sat May 12, 2018 6:24 am
by dudul
turboblack wrote: Fri May 11, 2018 9:02 am Hi, I finally took the time to try installing the script. and it's pretty bad for me on the plug-in. The fact is that the plugin is very difficult to install, you need to enter the necessary settings directly in the script and in the template, which is too inconvenient. this needs to be corrected first.

the installation instruction is rather chaotic, I did not understand why I could not install the script, you have there written links to your site, make the instruction deeper, that would be understandable information, make an example of installation, this should help.

in theory it is better to do so: the plug-in is installed from the admin panel, edited from it, and opens on the user-selected existing page.

do you have the power to make such a global change?
okay thanx,
i am understand, and I have made the script again from the beginning, soon I will upload it to github, and will be able to install via admin panel. :)

Re: One Page, Small Online Shop

Posted: Thu Nov 12, 2020 10:54 am
by wiz
Hey Brandon.

We still currently don't have a shop, however what you're looking for might be easly done with PayPal.
Would that be a viable option, or do you need a custom solution?