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Anyone had any experience with this?
Often get caught up in designing & building low-budget e-commerce sites - not very exciting, but gotta pay the bread. Have tried TradingEye and X-Cart -- both of which are pretty messy & ugly. Was going to now look into WP carts... though lemonstand looks nice...
haven't used it. looks good though.
I am using it for a site, so far its been great, client loves it, easy to skin.
I had to pay a dev to hook up the payments processing (5hrs for hosted page not API) as the client had securepay as a gateway and its not supported out of the box. Heaps of gateways are supported though.
hey nice work -- and real clean code. Exactly what I'm looking for really.
Lemonstand is awesome sauce. I really love it. It's probably going to be my go-to for a while. Couple of bitchy things on the back-end (shipping tie-in's, etc.), but for the most part it works fine out of the box.
Researched it heavily for a project but ultimately didn't use it because of some nit-picky back-end integration (namely quickbooks integration). It looked solid - my dev was super excited to start using it. Unfortunately we never got a chance. Let me know how it works out for you.
update: been using Lemonstand for a few weeks now, definitely has a learning curve (just like any CMS i guess...). Some php skills are a plus here.
Now that am getting used to it am really starting to love how it's set up. A lot nicer and friendlier then other carts I've been using. Feels solid, fast and modern. Very easy to write your own sections and call them up onto any page/template (called "partials").
Some things are still a bit awkward, basic things like making a breadcrumbs area, crop thumbnails, calling parent category if statements etc...
anyway, if that's of any use to qbn folk. So hard to find reviews and info about e-carts on the net.
What sort of product numbers are you guys talking about in your stores using this Cart?