Whether you have 1 item to sell, or 1,000, EvoTech can code your shopping cart. Below are three types of shopping carts that we have implemented. We have integrated websites with third party shopping cart vendors and have coded self contained shopping carts employing client side cookies and emailed forms for smaller web-based sales efforts.
Functionality: Site contains over 530 items. Coded backend of site to interact with 3rd party shopping cart. Customer selects item from one of several main store pages. The individual item page is then displayed. Customer selects color and size from drop down menu. "Add to Cart" brings client to cart hosted by 3rd party vendor. Work included coding all pages, developing product and shipping databases and working with 3rd party user interface to match site look and feel and incorporate client preferences. Database of product inventory maintained in shopping cart database. Shipping charges automatically assessed by UPS, adds user to membership database, verifies charges thru merchant account.
Functionality: A simpler, less expensive cart than the ecommerce site above, the customer selects an item. The item is added to the cart. The customer can then continue shopping or make a purchase. The cart is on a secure server, providing the client with an encrypted credit card number. Other clients using CoolCart include Pick-A-Movie, Crystal Bay Foods and Morgan Ranch.
Hand Coded Cart using cookies:
Cart: Hand Coded
Functionality: Handcoded shopping cart with almost 200 gallery pages and over 1,000 item combinations available. Costumer clicks on photo in main gallery which pops up a window with product cost and sizes. To order, customer clicks on "order now". An alert informs client of order, and they are then brought to Shopping Cart Contents" displaying current order. Clicking on "order now" brings client to order form, where contents are again displayed.
Limited Item cart:
Client: Morgan Ranch
Cart: Hand Coded
Functionality: Hand coded shopping cart for a limited number of items which are located on one page. Customer adds products to cart. "Move to checkout" leads to the shopping contents. If customer chooses to change the order, the "checkout" page reloads to display new cart contents.