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Master Geek

  # 1788866 26-May-2017 17:57
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Hi Ivor


Sounds worth checking out :)


A couple of questions



  1. You mention paypal and poli options via teh ecommerce website - how about a simple bank transfer option? ie select Direct Bank transfer and have account details etc emailed out (a bit like Trademe) - we do get a number of customers who prefer this method of payment.
  2. How flexible is the ecommerce website? is it possible to add pages with additional content that may not be strictly a product listing? Or menu links to other web content?









Hello, Nutbugs


Thank you very much for your interest in my software.


1) Yes, surely this is supported with no questions. I am also currently working with Xero integration so bank transaction reconciliation as MDF mentioned above should be supported very soon.


2) It is not as flexible as those Open source websites like Opencart or Wordpress (WooCommerce). However, adding a new page without adding product or modifying header/footer hyper links, is NOT a problem. The header and footer links are stored as a PAGE in my system in HTML template format, it can be customised with very basic HTML knowledge. The other thing is, my business model is to let start-up businesses take my solution free or from very affordable cost. If customisation is required, it will be where I show up to build a unique theme or make something nicer for those small businesses with at a small price. Normally an unique e-commerce website theme costs around $800+GST - but this is only when people think standard theme isn't a good idea and they have the budget to build one.


Once again, thank you for your opinion and welcome to a test drive. Cheers mate.

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  # 1788883 26-May-2017 18:33
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Thanks Ivor.
I will check out the video, trademe integration is a key driver for us.
And will have a play with a test site also :-)


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Master Geek

  # 1789008 27-May-2017 07:48
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nutbugs: Thanks Ivor.
I will check out the video, trademe integration is a key driver for us.
And will have a play with a test site also :-)




Thanks mate. Have a good weekend!

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Master Geek


  # 1792817 1-Jun-2017 07:56
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Nicely done, looks pretty sleek.

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