Oct 5, 2010
I want exactly like this...not a simple box but the one with shadow borders like this one..I have been googling but all I came across is Slide down boxes and tool tips..that's not what I want..How do I implement the one in this website..oh and this box's got HTML stuff in it...like buttons and all
Is there any way I can see the code of this in that website ?
Is there a framework in ASP.NET world which makes it easy for me to create a shopping cart? The open source world has plenty of existing frameworks which come with built-in shopping carts etc.let me know of a good & free ecommerce framework which makes it quick for me to implement shopping cart.
I need to implement the following feature for a shopping cart using profile:
1. User opens the site from Computer A and selects items which are added to the shopping cart. Now suppose the User logs in the same items should be displayed in the shopping cart as before he logged in. Now say he adds some more items to the shopping cart and logs out, then the items he added newly should also be displayed in the shopping cart.
2. If the same User as in Step1 opens the site from Computer B and logs in there should be a different profile entry for him and he is not to be shown the items that were selected in the shopping cart in Step1.
I feel I need an implementation of the profile on per user+ computer basis for logged in Users. We have this kind of requirement for a B2B site where companies will have only one common login and it will be used by many Users to order items.
offer a good shopping cart tutorial?This looked like just the thing: http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/other/build-a-shopping-cart-in-aspnet/There are postive and negative comments though.I'm a C# beginner so know how to put it mostly together, but I'm not experience enough to know anything about "singletons" and other performance issues that above code may have.
I'm looking for a free shopping cart source code to start creating customized chart.MSC Musicstore sample code is too simple. NOPCommerce requires adding link into it in every page.Where so find such source code ?
Say i have a Laptop for 600.00. Say i change it to $650.00. How do shopping carts handle that? Like do they store the price in the cart or the item? How do they make sure they get the price they wanted but not bill the customer the new change without asking them? Or do most store them in both?
I was thinking maybe i could store it in both.So if the current price is over the cart price for a item, don't remove it/bill them from their cart. Then after, tell them what was billed/email a receipt for the items that didn't change that was billed(say they had more then one item) and remove it from the cart. For the items that did change, say something like "Items left in cart due to price change, check if you still want to buy the items at the new price." So leave the items that changed in the cart but update the price in the cart.
I don't think the language should matter. Guess this is more of a logical type question. Do most shopping carts do it this way or is there a better way?
I am working on building a new shopping cart applicaiton. When i checked many shopping card applications, i found that the cateogry pages and product pages seems to be dynamically created. eg: http://shopping.sify.com/cadbury-bournville-almond/chocolates/CHOC24112009TTL14.htm
How this is being done? Is this page is created while adding product itself?
I am working on a Railway Portal and would require maintaining a shopping cart of components user has selected, there could be multiple components of different type in the cart. I don't see a value in storing the cart in database, would like to store the final order in DB. Where can I store/hold (temporary) the cart data per user session in MVC? All MVC samples I saw online save the cart data in DB - not sure why.
MVC presentation layer will be communicating with external web services for pricing and availability of these components, so I can't store only the product IDs to do a lookup for actual product descriptions/prices during the shopping process... I have to store everything in the cart (Product IDs, Descriptions, Prices etc) some place in memory. My application will be running in WEB FARM environment and cannot use in-process session storage.
Options come to my mind are:
SESSION STATE in SQL SERVER Using some kind of Distributed Caching Mechanism to store Session data such as "Windows Server AppFabric"