Support » Plugin: Ready! Ecommerce Shopping Cart » had potential but basic errors

  • This was the second plug-in for wordpress I’ve trioed for e-commerce. At first it looked promising as it worked with my theme.
    However, 1) there is no way for a customer to edit the shopping cart once they reach the checkout page, without having to use back buttons on the browser.
    2) If you delete the contents of the cart there is a very obvious link that appears on the page that may appear to be part of your sirte but actually takes you to the ecommerce ready site…not want I want for my customers!
    3) I couldn’t see any way of amending the colour of the orange divider on the product page surrounding the description or above the cart buttons if you just put those on.
    4) On the product page the product name appears 3 times, with 2 photos of the product. I couldn’t see how to amend this- it was all or nothing.
    5) The PHP is not secure- OK- not taking credit card details through it but it bothers me that its not automatically secured for customers details- anyone could hack email addresses & pretend to be my business & email customers asking for bank details etc,
    Sadly another day wasted- I’m going for a ready made store, not a plug-in and put that in a different directory from my root…..

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    1. You can use back to shjopping cart button on checkout page
    2. This link will be removed once you will have licensed version of plugin
    3. You can try to use standard template for plugin: admin area -> Ready! Options -> Templates and activate Standard. Also, you can edit css styles if you don’t like our standard template.
    4. You can also use Standard template, it will show product title 2 times – one in standard wordpress template (if you use standard wordpress temnplate) as for usual posts, and one – in our template, but you can disable second from admin area -> Ready! Options -> Products view tab
    5. “The PHP is not secure” – where it is not secure?
    “not taking credit card details through it” – we not store any cc data in database, we just send it to payment gateways (if it use this). You can setup SSL for your domain and it will send data to payment gateway dirrectly through SSL connection.
    “not automatically secured for customers details” – how it is not secured customer details? Do you mean that it is not sucured from algorithm:

    Hack email -> Restore customer password using this email -> Access to customer account on store



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