KIS-Cart is designed to accomplish 3 objectives for your online store.
minimize the learning curve for setting up, and administering your on-line store, basic FrontPage skills required:
change a pages name
copy and paste text, and images
insert an image into a cell
insert a web component
find and replace text
prepare your on-line store for secure acceptance and processing of credit cards, and e-checks, with no out of pocket expense for you.
by registering with PayPal, or ClickBank you will be processing credit cards, real-time, with minimum risk for fraudulent transactions
immediate notification via email, or PayPal notification with each transaction
no monthly merchant account fees
very low merchant transaction charges (visit PayPal, or ClickBank for details)
ability to accepts payments through
credit cards, or on-line e-checks (debit cards)
deliver a consistent look throughout your web site
your shopping cart is built with the same theme and template used throughout your web site
shopping cart template pages included with your theme package (categories page, and product detail page, so you can easily add more pages as your store grows)
There are many excellent shopping carts on the market, each with their own target audience. We've opted for a simple, effective and FREE tool that will have you up and running in less than an hour, depending on how many products you have in your store. Most every shopping cart has a built in payment gateway for PayPal. That is how popular this payment method is. PayPal has an excellent shopping cart payment gateway that you can add to any HTML page, we will walk you through the installation of your "add to cart" button, and your "view cart" button. During the setup instructions, we will create an actual working cart based on one product, then show you how to easily duplicate your actions, and remove some of the tedious tasks of updating your cart. You can refer to our on-line "demo" store to see what the finished product looks like, and compare them to your results. We have taken the tedious task of linking your pages and images away from you, with information on how to preserve your links, even when you change the information, or the images. As a bonus feature, we even show you how to add a payment gateway for "software" transactions and immediate downloads for successful payment transactions.
|1 catalog contents page =||catalog_toc.htm|
|1 catalog page =||catalog.htm|
|6 categories pages =||categories1.htm.....categories6.htm|
|48 product detail pages =||it1.htm.....it48.htm|
|48 product zoom pages =||it1_zoom.htm.....it48_zoom.htm|
|1 generic policies page =||policies.htm|
|1 generic privacy page =||privacy.htm|
|1 add to cart help system =||cart_help.htm / add_items.htm / pay_for_items.htm / remove_items.htm / view_cart.htm|
|1 generic shipping page =||shipping.htm|
|1 product info request page =||product_information_request.htm|
|1 KIS-Cart2002 setup manual=||KIS-Cart2002_online_manual.htm|
Q; Why did we choose a HTML template instead of a more robust .ASP shopping cart?
An HTML template is the most editable page structure, you can do what ever you wish with the pages, with very little ( if any ) consequence
An .ASP shopping cart needs a database connection, usually running on a Windows NT/2000 platform, and they are much more detailed in the setup
We do have an .ASP shopping cart, which is not yet available for beta test, and we haven't determined if we can distribute this cart for FREE. The support for this type of shopping cart requires a lot more resources, because of the higher learner curve, and compatibility issues.