Msg#: 4583961 posted 8:26 pm on Jun 13, 2013 (gmt 0)
Hi Guys (and Gals)
Starting a new eCommerce website selling products related to printing. All of our product options are straight forward (Small, Medium, Large, black, white, etc....)
Looking seriously at using the woocommerce platform to integrate with wordpress. I have no problem as far as purchasing the needed add-on's for various functions (shipping, check-out) as the free version is obviously limited.
Curious of any other experiences and things maybe we should watch out for.
Are there better options than using Woocommerce for wordpress..? (getshopped, shopperpress, cart66)
Msg#: 4583961 posted 12:34 am on Jun 19, 2013 (gmt 0)
thanks. Thats about the same thought I have. @Lorax - Curious, am I able to post anywhere for suggestions about designers/programmers or companies people have worked with in the past related to wordpress..? thanks again.
Msg#: 4583961 posted 8:47 pm on Jun 24, 2013 (gmt 0)
Bootstrapper, woocommerce is an excellent plugin that we have used a few times. There are regular updates to help keep it secure. One of its real strengths are the extensions offered by the developer. These generally have a fee associated with them, but the support and functionality IMHO outweigh any cost.
Msg#: 4583961 posted 9:11 pm on Jun 24, 2013 (gmt 0)
@travelin cat - thanks! Good to hear, I agree the fees aren't outrageous by any means, especially when compared to some of the other shopping carts. The support is also a plus. Wordpress + woocommerce just seems like the right way to go.