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I like to build a user friendly dvd, cd online store. How can I do it using 
frontpage 2003 and where can I host this site?

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Reply Utf 12/5/2009 3:16:13 PM

Do you intend to accept credit cards on this site?  If so, I suggest you 
talk to your bankers before you go any further.

For hosting you will need a server that supports PHP, ASP or asp.NET, 
together with a database server such as mySQL or MS SQL Server.
You may also need a security certificate installed.

PayPal can handle the credit card transactions for you, so you don't have to 
deal with those.

For the site itself, look for a Shopping Cart application - these are too 
difficult to build with FrontPage - if there are only a dozen or so products 
involved, then PayPal may also be able to provide the cart -  also some 
hosts have limited shopping carts as an option.

For example,
http://www.webhost4life.com  provides two   e-commerce solutions that run on 
asp.NET 2    -   whether these are "user friendly" or not I do not know.
-- 
Ron Symonds
Microsoft MVP (Expression Web)
http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp

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"Thomas97" <Thomas97@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
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> I like to build a user friendly dvd, cd online store. How can I do it 
> using
> frontpage 2003 and where can I host this site?
> 
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Reply Ronx 12/5/2009 4:36:51 PM


One product that might suit you is the CoffeeCup Shopping Cart 
Creator/Designer:

www.coffeecup.com/shopping-cart, or 
www.coffecup.com/shopping-cart-designer-pro/

Note, these are pay-for products, but trials are available.

"Ronx" <ronx917@hotmail.com> wrote in message 
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> Do you intend to accept credit cards on this site?  If so, I suggest you 
> talk to your bankers before you go any further.
>
> For hosting you will need a server that supports PHP, ASP or asp.NET, 
> together with a database server such as mySQL or MS SQL Server.
> You may also need a security certificate installed.
>
> PayPal can handle the credit card transactions for you, so you don't have 
> to deal with those.
>
> For the site itself, look for a Shopping Cart application - these are too 
> difficult to build with FrontPage - if there are only a dozen or so 
> products involved, then PayPal may also be able to provide the cart - 
> also some hosts have limited shopping carts as an option.
>
> For example,
> http://www.webhost4life.com  provides two   e-commerce solutions that run 
> on asp.NET 2    -   whether these are "user friendly" or not I do not 
> know.
> -- 
> Ron Symonds
> Microsoft MVP (Expression Web)
> http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp
>
> Reply only to group - emails will be deleted unread.
>
>
>
> "Thomas97" <Thomas97@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
> news:2917F8BE-1FEC-4C05-AED2-5B34BDE7CA58@microsoft.com...
>> I like to build a user friendly dvd, cd online store. How can I do it 
>> using
>> frontpage 2003 and where can I host this site?
>> 
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Reply Andrew 12/5/2009 10:46:55 PM

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