I'm researching various shopping cart options & my web designer is telling me to stay away from 3dCart. She says 3dCart's programming language is ASP, & the search engines will never find my site simply because it's written in ASP. I've found info that supports her argument & info that says her opinion is flat wrong. Obviously, there are MANY factors that play into SEO. But, the last thing I want to do is spend endless hours (not to mention money) building a site that's SEO-challenged right out of the shoot.
Reasons I'm leaning toward 3dCart:
*Can ship from multiple warehouse locations & charge customer accordingly.
*Ability to add numerous customizing options for each product (size, color, personalized engraving, etc).
*Can handle thousands of products.
*I don't have the budget to pay a programmer to customize open source shopping cart software.
*Relatively affordable monthly fee with no transaction fees.
*Can upload products in bulk from an Excel file.
So... is my web designer correct about ASP?