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August 4, 2006, 10:08 pm
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A friend wants to use a cart system called DICE that is for selling
digitial downloads. Have you heard of this s cart, please? The website
that my friend told me about is this:
http://www.sellembroidery.com /. The friend wishes to sell embroidery
files that customers would download via a link. I never heard of this
cart system and I felt that my friend (he doesn't do programming, he
wants turn-key system that is easy & cheap) should look into other cart
systems, such as BMT Micro, Inc. Or even a better known host company
that could have a cart system already set up for him, such as the Cubed
car tor osCommerce cart. I don't know too much about this company
http://www.sellembroidery.com/ and the man who owns this company
doesn't have an address, a last name or a company name or a phone
number. There are only four clients and they could certainly be his
Both my friend and myself do embroidery digitizing. I'm an early
retired Systems Engineer (my degrees are two MS in Applied Math) who
had programed in Fortran and am able to understand the technical
aspects of various cart systems. I myself prefer not to program them
since i have an illness and I am not alwyas feeling so well. My friend
(an internet friend) is planning to sell his embroidery designs and he
needs an easy, cart system that allows for digital downloads. He will
use PayPal most likely. He doens't have a website yet and he never
programmed or designed himself a website to my knowledge.
Could you please recomend some cart systems with host companies thata
Thanks so very much!
My website that's under develpoment is:
Re: A friend wants to use a cart system called DICE that is for selling digitial downloads. Have you heard of this s cart, please?
no specific recommendation here but you really need to do something with the
pictures on your site. They're huge and the site takes forever to load. Use
an image/paint program to tone the quality down while remaining acceptable
so the pics are 30-50 kb instead of 900-1200 kb each.