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Hi just out of curiosity, does anyone what cart does this store http://goo.gl/WqnyC uses? It's nothing like Magento, Opencart or Wordpress + cart? And it looks really nice. Thanks.

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No, that very possibly, can be mangento enterprise "paid" version and the owner of the store just removed all mention of it.


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thanks Mohamed Anis, ah magento enterprise. never crossed my mind. it looks awesome and neat. thanks for the info – bernie Oct 26 '12 at 7:42
you are most welcome ! – Mohamed Anis Dahmani Oct 26 '12 at 7:48

It could be anything. What you're seeing is just a nicely done front-end. It's quite likely that it's a custom built application or one built by a company for their own use.

The front-end appearance of the site has little to do with the platform it was built on.

As Mohamed Anis Dahmani says, if the site was built with a publicly available Ecommerce/CMS then the site's builder may have simply removed anything that gives away what it was built with.

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