An accessible Shopping Cart plugin.
Love this plugin and the devs are amazing when you consider it's offered for free. I've read a few reviews complaining about support but Rich and Esmi have been nothing but helpful when I've had a problem. The problem is people expect everything for nothing and treat free support as if it's something they're entitled to, yet hardly anyone donates for this kind of thing. Devs need to be supported if you want continued help!
If you want to enable your website to sell physical or downloadable goods, it's one of the best of its kind.
Perfect for what I need and great support too.
a hidden input field (the value is utf-8) for the pay method of Paypal is necessary(for languages other than english).
It will better!
Horrendous support. Read some support threads and see the attitude of the dev. Just awful.
Product was mediocre until I ran into a major issue which shut down my shop. The support offered was "uninstall" which of course made me lose all of my inventory, prices, options, history, etc...
Stay away. Stay far, far away.
Once was a good product, but little has improved in several years. Plus the fact that the support is atrocious. [Comments moderated] Be warned.
i really apologize for what happened...thanks for getting back to me on this...i have changed the ratings for it as 5 star...regards
Pretty good plugin, great for custom sites, not as powerful as for example WooCommerce but on the other hand it doesn't force you to do anything, and there are no overcomplications.
IMO it is just missing a
1) product options filter (you can add custom options to products and change the price accordingly which is great, but don't have a filter for that)
2) a price range filter (from and to, or a range slider, or even better, both).
3) 2checkout integration would be good, since it is a pretty popular gateway.
The first 2 things I stated I believe are a must for any serious ecommerce plugin, the third one here and there.
All in all pretty good, hopefully it will evolve a bit more in time.
This plugin has a decent set of features, but the admin area is just not intuitive at all. The settings are dispersed in various different places, and setting up items with multiple options requires 3-5 clicks into completely different areas you really wouldn't think to look unless you read their instructions thoroughly.
I ended up going with WooCommerce and found it to be much easier to work with, less time spent reading on how to make it work, and quicker to get it up and working for my short deadline.
I think this plugin could be great, but it definitely needs a person with a usability background to help these guys out. :)
I installed the plug-in, activated it and now I can't access my wp-admin at all. I get a Server Error - Error code: 500.
Now I am researching how to get rid of it. What a waste of time.
The eShop plugin is great! It works and the support is very good. The only thing that I have found to be missing is allowing other users who are non-admins to administrate the eShop orders. The way it is setup works perfectly for a one man operation, but if you have other users who you want to manage orders within eShop but not be a wordpress administrator, then you will have to right some custom code hacks which will not be supported by eShop developers for obvious reasons. I cannot complain though. eShop is a great eCommerce system and gave me a base to which make develope my custom needs. If you need user access settings start by reading this forum: http://quirm.net/forum/topic.php?id=4002
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