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osCommerce 4.x

shopping cart



New PayPal Module (Latest API 2.0)

osCommerce 2.2

osCommerce 2.3

Shopping cart customizations


PayPal Express

APM (Alternative Payment Method)

Standard Variant

Advanced Variant



Front End

Install osCommerce for Me

Let me install myself

Multiple sales channels

Single active sales channel

Installation on your own server

Assigning theme to sales channel

Deleting sales channel


App Shop

Adding Free Module

Admin Area

Adding Paid Module

Installing Module

Opayo Pi Module

Development Mode

Email Verification Before Registration

Managing Languages

Managing phpMussel

Managing Orders

oscommerce.com account

Creating Manual Orders

Managing Customers

Managing Customer Groups

Managing Brands

Managing Categories

Managing Filters on Categories

Managing Products

Managing Stock

Assigning Products and Categories to Front Ends

Assigning and Moving Products to Categories

Managing Default Sort Order on Product Listing and Category

Managing Cross-Sell and UPSell

Managing Reviews

Managing Attributes

Managing Product Groups

Managing Properties

Managing Suppliers

Managing Warehouses

Managing Sales Statistics and Purchase Report

Managing Stocktaking Costs

Managing Deleted Orders

Managing Coupons

Managing Virtual Gift Cards

Managing Sales Price

Managing Giveaways

Managing Featured Products

Managing SEO

Managing Meta Tags

Managing XML Sitemap

Settings of E-commerce Tracking for Google Tag Manager

Setting up GA4

Managing Pages

Managing Menus

Assigning Theme to Sales Channels

Deleting Sales Channels

Managing Translations

Managing Email Templates

Managing Catalog Pages

Managing Shipping Modules

Managing Payment Modules

Managing Order Structure

Managing Socials

Managing Extensions

Managing Managers

Managing Access Levels

Managing Back End Menu

Managing Configuration

Mail Sending via SMTP

Setting up SMTP

Status Groups

Order Statuses

Comment Templates

Stock Indication

Notify Me when in Stock

Stock Delivery Terms

Cross Sell Type

Cache Control


Managing Countries

Managing Counties and States

Geo Zones

Managing Cities

city settings

Postal Codes

Managing Taxes

Managing Currencies


Viewing Who is Online

Managing IP Restriction

Error Log Viewer

Creating Installation

Address Formats

Image Settings

Sales Tags

Managing Front Ends

Managing App Shop

Going Live with osCommerce

Affiliate Module

Awin Module

B2B Module

Business To Business module

Bazaarvoice Module

Managing Blog

Collection Points

Managing Competitors

Customer Code Module

Customer Modules Module

Customer Multi Emails Module

Customer Products Module

Delayed Despatch Module

Delivery Options Module

Fraud Address Module

Frontend Session Module

Invoice Number Format Module

Maximum Order Quantity

Merge Customers Module

Merge Orders Module

Minimum Order Quantity

Neighbour Module

One Trust Module

Order Flags and Markers

Pack Units

Covered by Coupon Module

Klarna Module

LiqPay Module

Mollie Pay

Pay360 by Capita Module

pxPay Module

RBS WorldPay Module

Tyl by NatWest Module

Personal Catalog

Personal Discount Module

Product Bundles

Product Collections

Product Easy View

Product Global Sort

Product Ignored Payment Methods

Product Ignored Shipping Methods

osCommerce as a FREE shopping cart

osCommerce (goes for Open Source Commerce) has always been a free shopping cart and Ecommerce solution. Starting from the very beginning back in 2000.

Being free and open source, it was a natural choice for thousands of online merchants and Ecommerce developers when building new online shops. 

Being free and not having a proper commercial strategy behind it, resulted in osCommerce not being actively developed between 2010 and 2021. 

In 2021 osCommerce was acquired by Holbi - a long time partner and supporter of osCommerce. Being a leading Ecommerce development and consulting agency, Holbi's approach is to make osCommerce a mainstream Ecommerce platform again, and a solution that can benefit merchants' online businesses and at the same time allow Ecommerce developers to be well paid by providing osCommerce development services. 

In 2022 osCommerce v4 is to be launched in July. osCommerce App Shop is to go live as well, although apps are to be added in the next few months. 

How does it all work then and will osCommerce continue to be free?

The answer is "YES!". osCommerce has always been and will be free. 

osCommerce can be enhanced by osCommerce Apps and extensions, downloaded from the App Shop. osCommerce welcomes developers and designers to submit their Apps and Design Templates into the App Shop, to offer them to the merchants for free or at a price. 

osCommerce welcomes developers and consultants willing to offer migration, customisation, integration, hosting, support, and other services to the merchants.

Having osCommerce as a FREE shopping cart is essential for the philosophy of Holbi and of the osCommerce community. Being able to offer paid products and services, creating a proper osCommerce marketplace is essential to support the individuals and teams involved with osCommerce as its developers, consultants, and many more.

We are looking forward to a successful journey with the new osCommerce v4, powered by its free and open source spirit!

You can further discuss it on our Forum