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You can create a product with options in PayPal which is easy to use and setup. You just copy and paste their code onto your website and visitors can select the product and colours and add it to their cart. I would go with PayPal over Google Checkout she'll get many more orders with PayPal since more people use it. http://www.mals-e.com/ is another free ...
I would start with an existing platform like OpenCart or any other open source framework and THEN customize it to meet your needs. Definitely no reason to do all of the hardwork that's already been done, but definitely worth customizing the remaining items on your to-do list.
Setup custom goal paths. Since your URL's are static it's easy to create two goal sets one for authenticated users another for guests then create custom reports to get total conversions. Here are the instructions from Google. How to Setup Goals in Google Analytics
You should look at the Akeeba products (of AkeebaBackup fame). They include AkeebaSubscriptions (for Subscriber Access) and Akeeba Release System (for managed downloads) we use them on several sites for clients and our product websites. They are free, well documented and after reading easy to setup.
Your best scenario is to give user an option to choose payment method. As for choices I'd recommend: PayPal - I that usually people find it most comfortable SagePay - for direct credit card transactions Google Checkout / Google Wallet - for Android geeks optional: BitCoin if you are willing to sacrifice more time for giving your clients an anonymous ...
It's strange how some people either have a perfectly delightful experience with paypal, yet others experience the wrath of the underworld. You might consider zoho. I started out just testing them, however I have moved my entire business there. Both zoho invoice and zoho books can accept payment. You can get an account there for free. www.zoho.com look ...
There are lots of carts and scripts that will assist with subscription management but the more important component to this is your payment gateway. What you really want is a gateway that supports automated recurring billing (ARB) and then look for scripts that specifically support that gateway and also create ARB transactions. With ARB, you don't worry as ...
See this integration guide on PayPal's site: https://www.x.com/developers/paypal/documentation-tools/paypal-payments-standard/integration-guide/formbasics#id08A6F0Q0QY4 This gives information on how to modify the form markup for the HTML buttons to allow different types including different cart functions (Add/Display/Upload). This will only apply if you ...
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