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Shopping Cart- Php Or Perl?
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Posted 12 July 2007 - 04:52 PM
My humble, probably very humble opinion is that a shopping cart should be as small as possible part of the site and should be built into site/catalog in the very end, not in the very beginning. Here is my question - what script language can be used for this purpose? Can php code be built into page with .html extentions? What perl or php base shopping cart that can be built into existing html pages? Please do not offer shopping cart/site management systems (like OsCOmmerce), I need something very delicate and controled - just a shopping cart though good shopping cart
Posted 13 July 2007 - 08:15 AM
Any server side scripting language can be used. If you absolutely need those pages to show up with a plain old .html extension you're going to need to have the ability to tweak your server set up, because normally .html is not going to be able to process server side code before delivering the page to the browser.
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