[thelist] Miva Merchant?

Steven Pierce steven.pierce at gmail.com
Thu Nov 1 18:33:13 CDT 2007


I was asking becuase, the web site that I was getting to install my client
had that pre-installed.  So I was trying to find out how much of an issue
I was going to have.

Now I have a different issue, one piece of software that needs to be
(not from me) is ASP.net, and well the place that I was going to host it is
using Chilisoft.  So I understand that it only supports Classic ASP.

So now I am trying to find a place that does ASP.net, and a shoping card.
Yes, I know there are a ton of them out ther, but my client is a little
sensitive.  Before I knew they used this for ASP (was going to do a W2k3
with them.

I am going to look at the names you gave me..

On 11/1/07, Bob Meetin <bobm at dottedi.biz> wrote:
> ah forgive my ignorance here, but just wondering, with the likes of
> zen-cart, oscommerce, virtuemart, they are very structured, modularized
> and they tend to be fairly robust but customization of the theme,
> look/feel, is definitely a serious task.  digishop is commercial, bucks
> attached, but closer to plug/play in that you can incorporate the
> look/feel into an existing site without guru effort.  cubecart is
> somewhere between the two worlds.
> where does miva merchant fall in the mix?  can you add/incorporate
> features 'easily' into a basic html site?
> >>
> >>
> > What version?  If it is Miva 5, it is not that hard to setup once
> > installed.  Going with a host with extensive experience in Merchant,
> > like Cybrhost.com, can make a world of difference.
> >
> >
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