Help!!Advice for Website cart and design....started but newbie!

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by snackshop, Apr 23, 2014.

  1. snackshop

    snackshop Newbie

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    Hello all,

    I purchased my domain from Godaddy a while back, I am hosting with Hostgator...where I use basekit which was free to setup. After I have kind of learned Basekit, Hostgator is slowly fading it out and leaning towards Weebly (which is free for basics, charges more monthly if I want to add a cart). I am trying to start selling multiple items with different categories, sizes and colors on my website (first time). What is the best way to do this with a Basekit website?

    Or Should I re-create my site on Weebly (if it can handle a multi cart) . Or move over to Shopify, etc. I want to be able eventually accept credit cards on my site along with Paypal.

    I am not experienced with programming, so I need something with an easy learning curve...kind of drag and drop. Also something not to expensive. Also something where I can move my currently built website over easily without having to recreate it from scratch.

    I may be asking for too much..just wanted to put it all out there to see if it is possible, with the least amount of hassle.

    Also with my Hostgator service I can add multiple sites and still pay the same low fee. I would prefer something similar if I have to leave them.

    Sorry this is so long, I wanted to give as much information as possible. I hope this is the correct forum category to post this in.

    Thanks for any information.
     
  2. Patrick Pxel

    Patrick Pxel Newbie

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    OpenCart is kinda the easiest E-Commerce CMS out there, there are many tutorials online. Then you can add Paypal, Bitcoin, etc.