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Integrated E-commerce

Integrated eCommerce and not third party widgets.

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      • James Barnard commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Simply adding the ability to integrate with Stripe would be a huge upgrade. As of now the experience is not optimal because Webydo forces anything with a javascript lightbox behavior to pop into an iframe.

        Stripe has most of the functionality needed for simple ecommerce (minus shipping etc.) but if someone wants to just offer subscription pricing or a fee on a project – Stripe is a great option... but the lightbox thing makes it less than desireable

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        That is NEEDED, would love to see that on Webydo and keep all the customer happy under one platform.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Ecwid - not a fan.

        I would love to see a store that is fully integrated into Wbydo. A store complete with calculated shipping, downloads and import/export options.

        This would take a HUGE market share away from other platforms like Shopify etc.

        I would become even a more zealous fan if a store like this would be integrated.

      • Samuel Dabit commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Ecwid adds another expense for the client. Is there any other way to integrate a eCommerce platform within your system.Giving client access to add Unlimited products, using stripe or paypal to check out a customer?

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        What about showing product information and pictures from a catalogue residing in an on-line database (MySQL for instance), broken down into categories shown on different pages accessible through an corresponding menu structure.

        No need to upload each product, just get the product data from a custom maintainable on-line database.

        All this without using a specific e-commerce add-in.

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