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My name is Vadym. I'm just one of many of the team osCommerce. It is my birthday in 20 days. And in 2022 we celebrate 20 years since we built our first osCommerce website. So I decided to publish a post every day for 20 days to share why I, personally, see osCommerce as a great Ecommerce platform that more and more people shall use to build their new online shop, and switch to osCommerce from anything else they use. It is my personal but also professional opinion and I'm going yo share it with you. Some posts will be short, some long, but they will all contain truthful and nonbiased information. osCommerce is the optimal Ecommerce platform for small, medium, and large businesses. There are many other Ecommerce platforms and solutions out there. So why choose osCommerce to power your business? Reason number one is how osCommerce allows business owners, managers, and staff exercise CONTROL over the Ecommerce website. It is not about your normal product catalogue (yes I write it the British way), or site name. Or even content pages. It is about being able to control each and every aspect of the website. To make it exactly the way YOU want it. With osCommerce you (or your development partner) are in charge of the look, feel, content, and functionality of your online shop. You want to change permissions of your staff who can do what in the back end? Done! You want to add a lot, and I mean - a lot of images to the product? Done! Video? Done! You want to change the logo, colours, styles? Done! Want to go into CSS - please, be our guest! You don't like the "Add to cart" line on the button, and prefer "Add to Bag" - sure, not a problem at all. Show tax during the checkout? Sure. Not show it on the invoice? Of course! The other way round (actually makes more sense)? Not a problem at all. The site is your oyster, to rephrase the popular saying. All actions can be performed from its advanced backend, with no or minimal understanding of coding. Even if you use an in-house IT team, they will appreciate the level of control they get without the need to change anything in the code.
Intuit drops ECHO, what to do?
davidreedernst posted a topic in OtherA client of mine is running OSCommerce 2.3 and has been using ECHO for payment processing for years. A few days ago he receive notification from Intuit that they were discontinuing support for ECHO effective May 1, 2014. Specifically, the ECHO account will be converted to an Inuit QuickBooks eCommerce account. I checked and I don't see any payment processing Addons for QuickBooks eCommerce. Am I missing something? If not, does anyone have advice on a payment processor? My client is pretty heavily invested in OSCommerce, but not at all in QuickBooks, so if something's gotta give, it will be switching to a new payment processing module. I welcome and appreciate any and all advice, David
USPS is Updating Their APIs Jan. 27th, 2013-Test Servers Available Now. If you use USPS Web Tools APIs, check to see the 2013 API updates to make sure your eCommerce programs are ready for the changes coming January 27th. For more information, click here and select the RTF document titled “January 2013 Web Tools Price Change Release Notes” Pass this along to anyone it may help and please let me know if you have any questions. -Ben